Erik Banks (Committee Member), Linda Farmer (Committee Member), Donovan Miyasaki (Committee Chair)
Master of Humanities (MHum)
Humanism has been targeted as the source of environmental exploitation. With the aid of Martin Heidegger's philosophy, this paper will attempt to answer the environmental critique of humanism. It will be shown that humanism is not to blame for environmental exploitation. This paper will also present Heidegger's alternative to contemporary environmentalism in addressing the issue of exploitation.
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