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PL 206 Overview

This course entertains the question, “What is the relation between human beings and all other beings in the natural world?” Readings range from factual renderings of particular environmental cases to philosophical treatments of value, justice, and beauty. It is an ideal course for students interested in environmental politics, for science majors looking to locate their knowledge of the natural world within an ethical framework, for business students hoping to understand more about the economics of the environment, and for anyone who is curious about the relation between human beings and the rest of the natural world.

  • 3.00 Credits
  • PL