The Ecological Citizen: A peer-reviewed ecocentric journal


Pieces with keyword ‘Anthropocentrism’

 

Rosling’s fallacy: Conservation, biodiversity and the anthropocentrism of Hans Rosling’s Factfulness
Reflection by  Andrea Cardini [Vol 5 No 2 2022: 117–22]
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Sentience in invertebrates: A report on a two-part webinar
Meeting report by  Joe Gray [Vol 5 No 2 2022: 201–9]
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Criticizing Muir and misunderstanding the foundation of American nature conservation
Long article by  Bruce A Byers [Vol 5 No 1 2021: 65–73]
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Eco-social justice in an anthropocentric world
Opinion by  Nicci Attfield and James Reed [Vol 4 No 2 2021: 111–12]
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It’s not just about us: It never has been
Editorial by  Patrick Curry [Vol 4 No 1 2020: 5]
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Unlearning human-centrism: A bumpy road
Reflection by  Louise Grancitelli et al. [Vol 4 No 1 2020: 11–13]
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Beyond the North American Wildlife Conservation Model and towards Earth rights
Long article by  Anja Heister [Vol 3 Suppl A 2019: 67–74]
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The biodiversity crisis must be placed front and centre
Editorial by  Joe Gray and Eileen Crist [Vol 3 Suppl A 2019: 5–6]
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De-centring humans from environmental valuation: Introducing the Life Framework of Values
Opinion by  Seb O'Connor [Vol 3 No 2 2020: 117–18]
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Ecological citizen!?
Reflection by  Holmes Rolston III [Vol 3 No 2 2020: 121–3]
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Religion and environmental behaviour (part two): Dark-green nature spiritualities and the fate of the Earth
Long article by  Bron Taylor [Vol 3 No 2 2020: 135–40]
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Animism and ecology: Participating in the world community
Long article by  Graham Harvey [Vol 3 No 1 2019: 79–84]
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Religion and environmental behaviour (part one): World religions and the fate of the Earth
Long article by  Bron Taylor [Vol 3 No 1 2019: 71–6]
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Damaging thinking: A review of Timothy Morton’s Being Ecological
Book review by  Adam Dickerson [Vol 2 No 2 2019: 198–9]
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Dandelions are divine
Long article by  Bill Vitek [Vol 2 No 2 2019: 189–93]
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Holistic versus individualistic non-anthropocentrism
Opinion by  Gregory M Mikkelson [Vol 2 No 2 2019: 137–8]
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Looking beyond the past to give African wildlife a future: A critical review of The Big Conservation Lie
Book review by  Tarik Bodasing [Vol 2 No 2 2019: 202–5]
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The Anthropocene: Where on Earth are we going?
Opinion by  Will Steffen [Vol 2 No 2 2019: 129–30]
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On dying ecologically in the Anthropocene
Long article by  Joshua Trey Barnett [Vol 2 No 1 2018: 23–9]
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The insanity of endless growth
Long article by  Haydn Washington and Helen Kopnina [Vol 2 No 1 2018: 57–63]
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Transforming human life on our home planet, perennially
Long article by  Wes Jackson et al. [Vol 2 No 1 2018: 43–6]
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‘Any size population will do?’: The fallacy of aiming for stabilization of human numbers
Long article by  Karin Kuhlemann [Vol 1 No 2 2018: 181–9]
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Anthropocene boosters and the attack on wilderness conservation
Long article by  George Wuerthner [Vol 1 No 2 2018: 161–6]
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Becoming indigenous: A review of The Ends of the World
Book review by  Patrick Curry [Vol 1 No 2 2018: 212–3]
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Ecocentrism: Left or right?
Opinion by  Patrick Curry [Vol 1 No 2 2018: 134]
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Ecocentrism: What it means and what it implies
Opinion by  Joe Gray et al. [Vol 1 No 2 2018: 130–1]
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From wilderness to plastic plants: How might we get back to wildness?
Long article by  Helen Kopnina [Vol 1 No 2 2018: 191–7]
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Harmony – not ‘theory’
Long article by  Haydn Washington [Vol 1 No 2 2018: 203–10]
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Learning for biosphere security in a crowded, warming world
Long article by  Alexander Lautensach [Vol 1 No 2 2018: 171–8]
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The Ecological Citizen: An impulse of life, for life
Editorial by  Patrick Curry [Vol 1 No 1 2017: 5–9]
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Reasons for a reduction of humans’ impact on the ecosphere
Opinion by  Joe Gray [Vol 1 No 1 2017: 17–18]
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The affliction of human supremacy
Long article by  Eileen Crist [Vol 1 No 1 2017: 61–4]
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The twilight of anthropocentrism
Long article by  John Michael Greer [Vol 1 No 1 2017: 75–82]
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Why ecocentrism is the key pathway to sustainability
Long article by  Haydn Washington et al. [Vol 1 No 1 2017: 35–41]
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