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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecocentrism

Ecocentrism is a term used in ecological political philosophy to denote a nature- centered, as opposed to human-centered (i.e. anthropocentric), system of values. The justification for ecocentrism usually consists in an ontological belief and subsequent ethical ...

home.sandiego.edu/~kaufmann/hnrs379/Ecocentrism_SAGE.pdf

Sometimes called dark green or deep ecological ethics, ecocentrism is the core of a number of environmental positions focused on protecting holistic natural ...

www.ecospherics.net/pages/curryh4.htm

This chapter is the fullest treatment in the book of ecocentric ethics as such, and includes some discussion of Leopold's Land Ethic, Gaia Theory, Deep Ecology, ...

www.sustainable-environment.org.uk/Earth/Ecocentrism_and_Technocentrism.php

Earth > Ecocentrism & Technocentrism. Ecocentrism (meaning values centred on ecology) and technocentrism (meaning values centred on technology) are two ...

www.rci.rutgers.edu/~hallman/PDF/Land_Ethic.pdf

renewed 1977, 1981 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Reprinted by permission. ECOCENTRIC ETHICS. 18. Ecocentrism: The Land Ethic. ALDO LEOPOLD.

www.dictionary.com/browse/ecocentric

Ecocentric definition, a philosophy or perspective that places intrinsic value on all living organisms and their natural environment, regardless of their perceived ...

www.britannica.com/topic/ecocentrism

An important environmentalist perspective, identified as “ ecocentrism” to distinguish it from biocentrism, holds that ecological collections such as ecosystems, ...

psych.wisc.edu/moore/PDFsMyPapers/Kortenkamp%26Moore2001.pdf

When do humans extend their ethical scope to include nature? Anthropocentrism and ecocentrism are two ways of understanding an extension of ethics to ...

www.ecopsychology.org/journal/ezine/law.html

This ecocentric ontology has also given rise to the ecocentric ethics which imposes on man a respectful interaction with other natural entities preserving the  ...