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Title: Environmental aesthetics and public policy
Authors: Haldane, John
Keywords: Aesthetics -- Religious aspects
Philosophy and religion
Environmental policy
Thomas, Aquinas, Saint, 1225?-1274 -- Aesthetics
Issue Date: 1994
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Theology
Citation: Haldane, J. (1994). Environmental aesthetics and public policy. Melita Theologica, 45(2), 143-155.
Abstract: In a famous letter of 26th April 1336, addressed to Francesco Dionigi da Borgo San Sepolcro, an Augustinian professor of theology, Petrarch recounts his ascent of Mont Ventoux made that day in the company of his brother and two servants. After describing his preparations for the climb and its early stages he turns to religious matters drawing parallels between the difficulties of the physical ascent and the process of spiritual formation. Having reached the highest summit he reflects on his recent past and then, as the sun begins to set he looks around again in all directions.
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MT - Volume 45, Issue 2 - 1994

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