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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/7665
Title: How much of heaven is available to us now? How much of the biocentric agenda is implementable without becoming inhumane? pros and cons of anthropo-, bio-, and theo-centrism; Parfit's dilemma - our obligations to future generations; John Passmore, Man's Responsibility to Nature; theistic, Christian, Jewish approaches; biocentrics as prophets of the ideal
Authors: Baer, Richard
Keywords: Religion
Ethics
Environment
Issue Date: 14-Apr-1994
Publisher: Cornell University
Abstract: How much of heaven is available to us now? How much of the biocentric agenda is implementable without becoming inhumane? pros and cons of anthropo-, bio-, and theo-centrism; Parfit's dilemma - our obligations to future generations; John Passmore, Man's Responsibility to Nature; theistic, Christian, Jewish approaches; biocentrics as prophets of the ideal. Lecture was recorded on a Lapel Microphone, using a Cassette Tape.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/7665
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