CampusBryn_Mawr
SemesterSpring_2014
Registration IDPHILB240001
Course TitleEnvironmental Ethics
Credit1.00
DepartmentPhilosophy
InstructorDostal,Robert J.
Time And DaysMW 1:10pm-2:30pm
Room LocationTAYF
Lab Sections
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1322
This course surveys rights- and justice-based justifications for ethical positions on the environment. It examines approaches such as stewardship, intrinsic value, land ethic, deep ecology, ecofeminism, Asian and aboriginal. It explores issues such as obligations to future generations, to nonhumans and to the biosphere.
Approach: Cross-Cultural Analysis (CC), Critical Interpretation (CI);, ; Haverford: Humanities (HU)
Part of the 360: China & the Environment, Open to all students. This
360 cluster, comprised of courses in philosophy, history (East Asian
Studies), and economics, will look at the many environmental problems
and issues that beset our contemporary world. We will explore the
environment from the perspective of several disciplines: philosophy
(both "Western" and "Eastern"), economics, history, politics, and
natural science. Our readings, class discussion, and student research
will bring these different disciplinary perspectives to bear on
specific environmental questions. Experts in the science, economics,
and politics of these questions will come to campus and visit the
classes. The cluster will concentrate particularly (but not
exclusively) on the environmental problems of China and study how
China is dealing with them. Students and faculty will travel to China
(tentatively March 8-22) to experience the environmental problems
first hand and to meet with leading experts on these issues, both
researchers and officials. Applications due November 6th: https://brynmawr.wufoo.com/forms/360a-preregistration-china-and-the-environment/
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CampusBryn_Mawr
SemesterSpring_2014
Registration IDPHILB240001
Course TitleEnvironmental Ethics
Credit1.00
DepartmentEnvironmental Studies
InstructorDostal,Robert J.
Time And DaysMW 1:10pm-2:30pm
Room LocationTAYF
Lab Sections
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1322
This course surveys rights- and justice-based justifications for ethical positions on the environment. It examines approaches such as stewardship, intrinsic value, land ethic, deep ecology, ecofeminism, Asian and aboriginal. It explores issues such as obligations to future generations, to nonhumans and to the biosphere.
Approach: Cross-Cultural Analysis (CC), Critical Interpretation (CI);, ; Haverford: Humanities (HU)
Part of the 360: China & the Environment, Open to all students. This
360 cluster, comprised of courses in philosophy, history (East Asian
Studies), and economics, will look at the many environmental problems
and issues that beset our contemporary world. We will explore the
environment from the perspective of several disciplines: philosophy
(both "Western" and "Eastern"), economics, history, politics, and
natural science. Our readings, class discussion, and student research
will bring these different disciplinary perspectives to bear on
specific environmental questions. Experts in the science, economics,
and politics of these questions will come to campus and visit the
classes. The cluster will concentrate particularly (but not
exclusively) on the environmental problems of China and study how
China is dealing with them. Students and faculty will travel to China
(tentatively March 8-22) to experience the environmental problems
first hand and to meet with leading experts on these issues, both
researchers and officials. Applications due November 6th: https://brynmawr.wufoo.com/forms/360a-preregistration-china-and-the-environment/
Miscellaneous LinksDepartmental Homepage
Book Prices




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