Author: Orr, Emma Restall
Provocative and uncompromising, this book explores how Paganism can provide the philosophical guidance to live honorably in the 21st century. Part One explores the history of Paganism, its undercurrents of anarchy, heresy, environmentalism and animism, and its place in the history of Western philosophy. Part Two addresses key moral issues from that perspective, beginning with the foundation of human relationships and attitudes towards the Other. Looking at how we value life, Orr discusses suicide, euthanasia, abortion, abuse of animals, and current global crises. 192 pp.