This book is intended as an exploration of the idea that this rethinking calls for the recognition of the autonomy of nature understood both in epistemological and ethical terms1 the book is hence intended to explore on the one hand the reasons for attributing autonomy to nature and on the other what respect for natures autonomy practically implies. Heyd t recognizing the autonomy of nature theory and practice heyd thomas isbn 9780231136068 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. The contributors to this collection address these and other questions as they explore the theoretical and practical implications of a crucial aspect of environmental philosophy and policy the autonomy of nature in focusing on the recognition and meaning of natures autonomy and linking issues of metaphysics epistemology ethics and policy the essays provide a variety of new perspectives on human relationships to naturethe authors begin by exploring what is meant by nature in what . How do the ways in which we think about and describe nature shape the use and protection of the environment do our seemingly well intentioned efforts in environmental conservation reflect a respect for nature or our desire to control natures wildness the contributors to this collection address these and other questions as they explore the theoretical and practical implications of a crucial . The contributors to this collection address what is meant by nature and in what sense it can be seen as autonomous they then consider the conflicts that arise between the satisfaction of human needs and interests and respect for natures autonomy the essays in the books final section turn to management and restoration practices investigating whether they promote the autonomy of nature or
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