Unity of “Done” and “Undone”: Marxist Ecological Methodology

Xingying YANG, Daojin SUN

Abstract


At present, the research on environmental philosophy methodology in our country still lies in the debate of “walking in” or “walking out of” anthropocentrism, it lacks of breakthrough on theory and due to that, we should return to Marx’s ecological methodology and use scientific Marxist ecological methodology to guide relationship between human and nature, to realize compromise between them, finally to solve the ecological crisis and build ecological civilization.


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Marxism ; Ecological methodology; Unity

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