How To Use Anthropocentrism In A Sentence

  • Ecologic ethics of non - anthropocentrism produce revolution in mode of thinking, values, some basic concepts of ethics.
  • It isn't an expression of theocentrism but anthropocentrism and ultimately egocentrism. Archive 2008-03-01
  • Ecologic ethics of non - anthropocentrism produce revolution in mode of thinking, values, some basic concepts of ethics.
  • A poetry that articulated the person as environment would not invert anthropocentrism into "ecocentrism," it would thoroughly undo the notion of a center. 'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star' as an Ambient Poem; a Study of a Dialectical Image; with Some Remarks on Coleridge and Wordsworth
  • All three, and particu - larly Bruno, extend Ficino's anthropocentrism into cosmic dimensions, as they unfold a universe to be explored and understood through the unfettered inter - rogation of nature rather than by a perusal of tradi - tional authors — an ideal consecrated by Bruno's martyrdom. PLATONISM IN THE RENAISSANCE
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  • The central challenge that Berry poses -- the "Great Work" remaining for us to do -- is to move from anthropocentrism to ecocentrism. Debra Shore: The Audacity of Slope, or How The River Gets Its Groove Back
  • Anthropocentrism and ecocentrism are also solid, stable categories: for purposes of this essay, anyhow, E.O. Wilson is equivalent to L. Buell. An Exchange on Thoreau
  • I'd be curious to hear more about why you and Sean chose to start off Integral Ecology by challenging these popular notions of interiority and anthropocentrism right from the giddyap. Ross Robertson: Perspectives on Integral Ecology: 1
  • There exists a controversy between anthropocentrism and counter - anthropocentrism on the ecological environment problem.
  • The spectrum of environmental ethics encompasses a wide variety that includes various forms of anthropocentrism (where humans are placed at the center of the moral universe), biocentrism (where all forms of life have moral standing), and ecocentrism (where the highest moral standing is imparted on ecosystems rather than individual organisms or species). Environmental ethics and the Gaia theory
  • Man, according to Spinoza, believes that everything (God, nature, man himself) acts through final causes (ends, purposes) be - cause he does not know the true causes and refers all natural phenomena to himself; that is, as if nature were directed to man's benefit (anthropocentrism) by God, who is imagined to be a sort of superman (anthropo - morphism). Dictionary of the History of Ideas

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