Biocentrism in a political and ecological sense, as well as literally, it is an ethical
point of view ... Biocentric ethics includes Albert Schweitzer's ethics of "
Reverence for Life",...
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Keywords: Aldo Leopold, Albert Schweitzer, animal liberation, animal rights,
The question of the ethical acceptabil- ity of scientific ... Albert Schweitzer
developed the concept of radical biocentrism, which includes all forms of life in
Albert Schweitzer, for instance, thought that we have a moral responsibility "
without limit towards all that ... This is a homocentric argument for a biocentric
Synthesizing elements of classical virtue ethics with Albert Schweitzer's
reverence for life ethic ... Taylor (1986) develops an egalitarian biocentric ethic.
Albert Schweitzer's ethics ofreverence for life is more ... At the same time,
Schweitzer's ethic has four ... biocentric ethics locates inherent worth in living
Biocentrism respects life, with the focus on any and all living beings. ... Albert.
Schweitzer said: "A man is truly ethical only when he obeys the com pulsion to ...
An early kind of biocentrism, based on the idea of “reverence for life,” was
proposed by Albert Schweitzer in Philosophy of Civilization (1923). More recently
, a ...
The ethics of biocentrism, in particular, stipulates that all life forms are moral ... An
early proponent of this notion, Albert Schweitzer, for example, argued in 1923 ...
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Paul Taylor's concept of biocentric ethics as presented in his book Respect for .....
In the same era, the German Philosopher-theologian, Albert Schweitzer (1875-.