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anthropocentrically

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  • In the neoclassical method the environment remains a substitutable category which acts like any other commodity once market prices have been hedonistically and anthropocentrically determined.

    Neoclassical, institutional, and marxist approaches to the environment-economic relationship

  • Applying anthropocentrically conceived principles to environmental issues would suffice in many cases, but not all, to sound reasoning about the environment.

    Pantheism

  • Although anthropocentrically enough titled and most likely commissioned as a marriage portrait, this painting is really a study of Captain Pocklington's horse.

    'Sweet Influences': Human/Animal Difference and Social Cohesion in Wordsworth and Coleridge, 1794-1806

  • Students of biology, because of the nature of their training, seem to see these issues clearly enough; my pessimism arises mainly out of the fact that most educated people, including many social scientists, are so anthropocentrically disposed that they cannot appreciate them.

    An Exchange on Man as Pest

  • Of course, the temptation of thinking at the matter in other than purely rational terms is high: a small part of the brain of each of us keeps screaming anthropocentrically about ourselves being the necessary product of the universe itself, regardless of our religious faith or absence of same.

    Scientific Blogging

  • He admitted that there is no evidence for a multiverse, but claimed that since religion is "anthropocentrically absurd" we need to "climb to a higher plane of humanity and humility" and embrace "sciensuality" and buy his book.

    Evolution News & Views

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