Tag: biocentrism

    The forest doesn’t “present” us anything. We use the forest and subdue pet animals

    Let’s get acquainted with the story by Nasta Zakharevich about terms and human attitude to wildlife. Sounds familiar to the biocentrism point of view, which we described in our author’s article previously. The French philosopher Rene Descartes became famous among the broad masses thanks to the idea “I think, therefore I am.” Today, many intellectuals […]

    On the edge of tomorrow: Let’s talk about biocentrism

    Eco-problems and eco-challenges are things that can unite humanity, not separate. In political science jargon, a devoted love of environment is called “sub-societal” ideology. In simpler words, it goes beyond the “highly specialized” and traditional ideologies that emerged in the West after the Great French Revolution in the XVIII century. This state of mind means […]