Environmental Ethics Section 10--Paper outline

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Environmental Ethics Section 10 30/11/2009 13:01:00 Ways to organize our final paper Take home final—6-7 pages, no short answer Engagement with the later chapters of Abrams—concepts from the latter half  of the book o Must show that we’ve gone beyond what we learned after the midterm o Use aside from Abram Bioregionalism   Deep Ecology vs. Social Ecology   o Explain the major concepts o Fundamental assumptions Deep Ecology—Human societies must reevaluate their own  structure with regards to the intrinsic value of the systems of the  world  Biocentric egalantariasm vs. instrumental example All living organisms have the right to flourish in  nature/all equal intrinsic worth Self-realization Self vs. self Must move beyond the Cartesian principle where  the self is independent of the rest of the world Eight operating principles
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This note was uploaded on 12/25/2009 for the course ENV S 188 taught by Professor Mcginnis during the Fall '08 term at UCSB.

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