Environmental Values

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Environmental ethics or values stretch classical ethics to a breaking point. All ethics seeks an appropriate or sustainable respect of life. This demands an ethic concern about human welfare and the concerns of the environment. Whether practice or theory, these values are much needed. Environmentally, I see it as non anthropocentric. The separation between ethics and science has its challenges, ethically it assumes to count humans morally, and scientifically trying to change science that finds nature value free. Environmental ethics seems to look for ways to escape relativism. However, much of how an individual see issues in the global perspectives, with ethics included, it is embedded within our cultural well-being, although theory and value oriented, we all know that the natural world exists apart from human cultures. Nature and humans interact with one another somehow in some way.
Environmental ethics has its risks. Some ethicists deal with serious concerns such as, business and medical ethics, life and death questions, justice in public affairs, and peace and war. With that being said, I personally do not feel that these issues are not as problematic as it would be as oppose to the degradation of our environment which sets forth a huge threat to life and be more of a probable tragedy. An example would be; when it comes to other living organisms, like the animals, does the human mindset think of what the animals have to live through to meet our satisfaction or needs. I think animals need ethics also, but that is only a one level concern in a comprehensive environmental ethics. Concerns from the past and present for animal life has science protesting a little of the values of these creatures. The progress of science and/or ethical progress have since then smeared the boundaries, so then there has been reassessment of human duties on how to deal with the wildlife issues. Some humans respect...