Environmental Philosophy (PHIL 226.3)

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Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
PHIL 226 61 September 2016 Michael Poellet (primary instructor)

Description

Philosophical issues concerning the human relationship with the natural environment, including ethical and political questions about how we interact with the physical world and its inhabitants and about the interpretation of the natural. Topics may include the value and rights of nonhumans, environmental aesthetics, the identification of the "natural," ecotopias, and global environmental justice.

Prerequisite(s)

6 credit units in philosophy or completion of 24 credit units at the university.

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