- James Capshew
- Ballantine Hall 346
- Days and Times
- Tuesday/Thursday 9:45A-11:00A
- Course Description
An introduction to environmental ethics, addressing questions of animal (and plant) rights, the moral sense of nature, and ecological thinking. Topics include: biocentrism, the land ethic, deep ecology, ecofeminism, the Gaia hypothesis, the politics of greening, the history of environmentalism, and connections to mental health, medicine, and public health.
General Education (GenEd) Course Credit
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