Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Cybernetics and Ecological Ethics

Peterson (1999) in an attempt to reach a balanced approach to nature - which would work for environmental ethics - summarises several relevant perspectives: For constructivists, nature is appreciated as a cultural byproduct. It is either structured exclusively through the cultural interpretation of the correspondent natural objects, or physically constructed by and through human cultures. Naturalists, on the other hand, regard human beings as one species among millions of other living organisms and natural objects contributing to the structure of life on earth.
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