Valuation of Nature. Introduction to Environmental Ethics. How might we justify a particular environmental ethic?. 1. Anthropocentrism 2. Moral extentionism: zoocentrism/sentientism/psychocentrism, and biocentrism
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Introduction to Environmental Ethics
2. Moral extentionism:
zoocentrism/sentientism/psychocentrism, and biocentrism
3. Novel features or entirely new approach such as ecocentrism, universal consideration, or the radical ecologies of deep ecology, ecofeminism, and social ecology
All of these theories can give us indirect duties to nature—the direct duties are owed to people.
Some possible options:
What kind of precaution, ma’am, should we exercise as we interact with nature?
How would you like your sustainability, ma’am—strong or weak?