Chapter02

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Welcome Guest Jenna Garland from the Conserve Our Ocean Legacy campaign run by Pew Environment Group and Environment America
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First Debate is this week!!! Go to Discussion Area on our web page & Enter the Discussion Area Post twice over the course of the week
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Housekeeping FAQs Course email is [email protected] Timer begins when you first access a quiz and finishes when you press “submit” or when the quiz due date passes. If you close w/o pressing “submit” you can return and complete a quiz later. Because some quizzes have essay questions , your grade will not appear for ~1 week after the due date. Debate this week if you wish (U must do 3 of 5). CA#1 is due 8 Feb – find an article in a popular newspaper. Class notes not intended to be printed. If 200 students printout 20 pages for every one of 24 lectures, that's 96,000 pages of paper that ultimately go in the recycle bin ! When studying, use lecture notes, flashcards, textbook, etc. together and handwrite novel, unusual, really important, etc.
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After studying Chapter 2 you should be able to: Compare and contrast different ethical perspectives List the factors liberating humans from natural environmental checks Describe the Scientific Method Discriminate between deductive and inductive reasoning Define and understand accuracy and precision Know the different types of variables involved in scientific inquiry Know the difference between hypotheses , theories , and paradigms
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Introduction Ethics has to do with a culture’s: ± Morals : Distinction between right and wrong ± Values : Ultimate worth of actions or things Environmental ethics deals with the moral relationships of humans and the surrounding world
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Ethical Principles: Morals Universalist - fundamental principles of ethics are universal, unchanging, and eternal Relativist - moral principles are always relative to a particular person, society, or
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