By Emily Brady,with Jane Howarth,Vernon Pratt
* the tips of technological know-how and objectivity
* the normal placement of the individual in the environment
* the individualism of convential glossy thought
Written in an obtainable approach for these with no historical past in philosophy, this article examines methods of puzzling over ourselves, nature and our courting with nature. It bargains an advent to the phenomenological point of view on environmental matters, and in addition to the questions of what typical good looks is.
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Environment and Philosophy (Routledge Introductions to Environment: Environment and Society Texts) by Emily Brady,with Jane Howarth,Vernon Pratt