From South to North and Vice Versa

Proximate and Deep Epochal Reflections

in Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology
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This article focuses on different aspects of the reception and development of Deep Ecology in Argentina, with special mention to its presence in some expressions of the counterculture in the 1980s. A local academic interest on environmental ethics and deep ecology is also referred, considering diverse publications and degree theses of Argentine philosophers. The article further highlights some Naessian spirit in philosopher’s training, especially when it is linked to field environmental philosophy and experimental environmental philosophy study cases. Finally, attention is focused on the contributions of Naess’ deep-ecological hermeneutical thought as his great legacy for today, when facing the dawn of the Anthropocene.

From South to North and Vice Versa

Proximate and Deep Epochal Reflections

in Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

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