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Deep Ecology K - ADI 08 Deep-Eco K Hooper Page 1 of 32 DEEP...

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ADI 08 Hooper Deep-Eco K Page 1 of 32 DEEP ECOLOGY K - INDEX DEEP ECOLOGY K - INDEX ........................................................................................................ 1 TERMS IT COULDN’T HURT TO KNOW .................................................................................. 2 1NC .................................................................................................................................................. 3 1NC .................................................................................................................................................. 4 1NC .................................................................................................................................................. 5 1NC .................................................................................................................................................. 6 A2: ALTERNATIVE DOES NOTHING ........................................................................................ 7 ALTERNATIVE SOLVES .............................................................................................................. 8 LINK – USING POLICY/A2: PERM ............................................................................................. 9 LINK: HEIDEGGER ..................................................................................................................... 10 LINK: HEIDEGGER ..................................................................................................................... 11 A2: BOOKCHIN/SOCIAL ECOLOGY/FASCISM ...................................................................... 12 A2: FORECLOSE HUMAN INNOVATION ............................................................................... 13 IMPACT: EXTINCTION .............................................................................................................. 14 LINK/IMPACT = ECOCIDE ........................................................................................................ 16 IMPACT: ENVIRONMENT ......................................................................................................... 17 ALTERNATIVE SOLVES ............................................................................................................ 18 A2: BOOKCHIN ........................................................................................................................... 19 ALTERNATIVE SOLVES ............................................................................................................ 20 AFF ANSWERS ............................................................................................................................ 21 PERM – COTTON AFF ................................................................................................................ 22 AFF ANSWERS ............................................................................................................................ 23 AFF ANSWERS ............................................................................................................................ 24 AFF ANSWERS ............................................................................................................................ 25 AFF ANSWERS ........................................................................................................................... 26 ....................................................................................................................................................... 26 AFF A2: ECONOMY LINK ......................................................................................................... 27 AFF ANSWERS ............................................................................................................................ 28 AFF ANSWERS ............................................................................................................................ 29
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ADI 08 Hooper Deep-Eco K Page 2 of 32 TERMS IT COULDN’T HURT TO KNOW Bioregion (Worldwide Fund for Nature): A large area of land or water that contains a geographically distinct assemblage of natural communities that: (a) share a large majority of their species and ecological dynamics; (b) share similar environmental conditions, and; (c) interact ecologically in ways that are critical for their long-term persistence. Bioregionalism (Wikipedia): Those taking a bioregionalist perspective seek to: Ensure that the boundaries which demarcate political regions match those which demarcate ecological, or bio-regions. [3] Become familiar with the unique ecology of the bioregion. Eat local food where possible. Use local materials where possible. Cultivate native plants of the region. Live sustainably in a way that is specifically tailored to the bioregion. [4] Deep Ecology (Wikipedia): a recent branch of ecological philosophy ( ecosophy ) that considers humankind an integral part of its environment . Deep ecology places greater value on non-human species , ecosystems and processes in nature than established environmental and green movements . Deep ecology has led to a new system of environmental ethics . The core principle of deep ecology as originally developed is Arne Næss's doctrine of biospheric egalitarianism — the claim that, like humanity, the living environment as a whole has the same right to live and flourish. Deep ecology describes itself as "deep" because it persists in asking deeper questions concerning "why" and "how" and thus is concerned with the fundamental philosophical questions about the impacts of human life as one part of the ecosphere , rather than with a narrow view of ecology as a branch of biological science, and aims to avoid merely utilitarian environmentalism, which it argues is concerned with resource management of the environment for human purposes.
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ADI 08 Hooper Deep-Eco K Page 3 of 32 1NC _____ FIRST, THE LINK IS A QUESTION OF THE WAY WE ORIENT OURSELVES TOWARD NATURE. THE AFFIRMATIVE MISPERCEIVES THE ENVIRONMENT AS A PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED, IGNORING THE COMPLICIT ROLE OF THE CURRENT GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY IN EXACERBATING ITS CONTINUAL DESTRUCTION Trenell, 2006 Paul, September, Department of International Politics, University of Wales, “The (Im)possibility of ‘Environmental Security’” It is a relatively recent realisation that human activity over the past two centuries has taken
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