Place Attachment and the Roots of Spiritual Relating in Animals
This essay explores the possibility of place attachment (and aversion) as a relational framework through which animal bodies learn to communicate with intangible agencies within inhabited geographical spaces. I first briefly present my conceptualization of animal (human inclusive) spirituality along with relevant aspects of intersubjective attachment theory and self-formation. I then turn to place attachment.
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