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    Freya Mathews
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    University of New South Wales Press (UNSW Press) (April 1, 2005)
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Reinhabiting Reality : Towards a Recovery of Culture. Freya Mathews is Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at La Trobe University, Australia

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Freya Mathews argues that replacing the materialist premise of modern civilization with a panpsychist one transforms the entire fabric of culture in profound ways. She claims that the environmental crisis is a symptom of deeper issues facing modern civilization arising from the loss of the very meaning of culture. To come to grips with this crisis requires a change in the metaphysical premise of modernity deeper than any as yet envisaged even by the radical ecology movement.

With nothing to say, no meaning of its own, no wisdom to impart as to the proper living of life, such a reality could not function as a speaking world. It seems idle then to impute a subjectival dimension to it. The psyche in panpsychism thus.

In this sequel to For Love of Matter: A Contemporary Panpsychism, also published by SUNY Press, Freya Mathews argues that replacing the materialist premise of modern civilization with a panpsychist one transforms the entire fabric of culture in profound ways. She claims that the environmental crisis is a symptom of deeper issues facing modern civilization arising from the loss of the very meaning of culture. To come to grips with this crisis requires a change in the metaphysical premise of modernity deeper than any as yet envisaged even by the radical ecology movement. This is a change with profound implications for the full range of existential questions and not merely for questions regarding our relationship with "nature."