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ecocentrism

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EtymologyEdit

eco- +‎ -centrism. The ecocentric ethic was conceived by Aldo Leopold.[1]

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NounEdit

ecocentrism (uncountable)

  1. In ecological political philosophy, a nature-centred, as opposed to human-centred, system of values.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Leopold, A. 1949. A sand county almanac. Oxford University Press, New York.