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Title: Class discussion: the meaning of nature: can human beings be fully comprehended under the term nature? Are human beings more valuable than any other part of nature? The infamous caterpillar example
Authors: Baer, Richard
Keywords: Religion
Ethics
Environment
Issue Date: 31-Mar-1994
Publisher: Cornell University
Abstract: Class discussion: the meaning of nature: can human beings be fully comprehended under the term nature? Are human beings more valuable than any other part of nature? The infamous caterpillar example. Lecture was recorded on a Lapel Microphone, using a Cassette Tape (Exceptional Lecture).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/7681
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