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PHL273H5

Course Name
Environmental Ethics

Description
Environmental ethics is a relatively new development in philosophical thinking which focuses on the ethical and value questions arising from our relation to nature. Focal question of the area asks: Is the non-human world of ethical significance only insofar as it is connected with human well-being, or is ethically significant in itself? This course investigates and evaluates anthropocentrim, ecofeminism and radical biocentric theories of the deep ecologists. [36L]

Prerequisite
PHL105Y5 (may be taken as a corequisite) or PHL145H5 (may be taken as a corequisite) or PHL174H5 (may be taken as a corequisite) or 4.0 credits.

Exclusion
PHLB02H3