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Using Environmental Ethics to Teach an Interdisciplinary Approach to the Anthropocene

Talk at DOPE2014, University of Kentucky, 3/1/14
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Zev Trachtenberg

on 6 March 2014

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Transcript of Using Environmental Ethics to Teach an Interdisciplinary Approach to the Anthropocene

ID
Geography
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Anthropocene
Interdisciplinarity
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Nature
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AL
CE
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Pedagogy
Using Environmental Ethics to Teach an Interdisciplinary Approach to the Anthropocene
Zev Trachtenberg, Department of Philosophy, University of Oklahoma
Blogging
Content
Geology
Ecology
Anthropology
given or constructed?
human beings apart from or a part of?
Environmental Ethics
Source of norms?
Intrinsic value?
Instrumental value?
Justice?
Encouraging development of a normative view that is responsive to dynamic understanding of nature
Active Learning
Students construct their knowledge
Emphasis on inquiry
Heavy use of groups
Civic Engagement
Cultivating a public voice
Considering policy questions
Permeable classroom
http://phil3293.wordpress.com
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