The Western Environmental Ethics Development Were Reviewed

Bo ZHENG, Daojin SUN


The main characteristic of environmental ethics is human moral objects from the people and society field expands to life and nature; It is the basic problem of: Confirm the value of life and nature, life and the rights of nature, so as to respect the nature, protect nature, to ensure sustainable use of natural human. Environmental ethics is the first to rise in the west, along with two main points, four major factions, research from different angles from person to person, the relationship between human and society. 


The environment ethics learns western naturally

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