Interpretation of Anthropocentrism
WANG Wen ke (Harbin Economic Administration Personnel Institute, Harbin 150040,China)
Anthropocentrism is a philosophical question that reflects the relation between human beings and nature. With the development of environmental ethics research in the west, the dispute of anthropocentrism and non anthropocentrism emerged, which focused on whether there's an object with internal value beyond Human beings, whether it should accept moral concern. We should affirm the rationality of anthropocentrism from the cognitive and biological level, and enlarge our visual field of traditional anthropocentrism, through sublating, establish new view of anthropocentrism.
【CateGory Index】： N02