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ArtikelReflections on the Meaning of Nature  
Oleh: Melle, Ullrich
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Ethical Perspectives: Journal of the European Ethics Network vol. 14 no. 4 (Dec. 2007), page 513-529.
Topik: Bill McKibben; Nihilism; Postnatural World; Ecophilosophy; Non-Human Otherness; Deep Ecology; Wild Nature
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    • Nomor Panggil: EE45.11
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Isi artikelThe ecological crisis is more than a threat to our physical survival. It is also a metaphysical or moral crisis. With the human imprint on the natural environment growing ever larger and deeper, we face the prospect of a world without true non-human otherness. Maybe as Bill McKibben argues, we have crossed the threshold already and, without being fully aware of it, live already in a postnatural world. Nature, then, is not only exhausted as a physical but also as a metaphysical and moral resource. How do we respond to the (prospective) end of wild nature? What does it mean for our human self-understanding? And why should we care? What is so horrifying about a completely humanized world, a world of only human meanings? Why should we not rejoice at our liberation from the prison of nature? The meaning of nature is evasive and fragile. It is located in concrete expreiences in the lifeworld and its articulation is poetic rather than scientific but "in wildness is the preservation of the world" and the sanity of our minds.
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