Journal of Chinese Philosophy 49 (2):125-135 (2022)

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Jea Sophia Oh
West Chester University
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This study is an Asian ecofeminist reading of two Great Mother Goddesses, Seolmundae and Nüwa. Nüwa cannot be reduced to just a counter part of Fuxi while Seolmundae cannot be shadowed as one of many other creation myths. Rather, they are the Great Mother, the Divine Feminine as the fecundity of Life, the healing Spirit, and the caring Heart which we have to discover and rescue from our forgotten histories to transform violent culture into caring and healing culture. The purpose of this study is to say yes to salim and to say no to disruptions of Life as we witness the physical and spiritual sufferings and degradation caused by oppression of those that rendered subaltern. Discovering the Goddess is our ethical imperative for expanding healing culture and loving nature and recognizing the agencies/subjectivities of the subaltern, including Asian women and nature.
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