PHI 212 : ENVIRONMENTAL PHILOSOPHY

This course examines issues pertaining to the animal and natural worlds, and how humans relate to them. Specific topics addressed may include the treatment of animals, conservation and preservation, the metaphysical status of ecologies and species, cross-cultural and indigenous perspectives on environmentalism, and philosophical questions pertaining to climate change, population, and future generations.
GEP, Major, Minor, Elective credit.

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3