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Philosophy and Sustainable Development

Philosophy and Sustainable Development

Code: 204263
ECTS: 2.0
Lecturers in charge: prof. dr. sc. Tonći Kokić
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1. komponenta

Lecture typeTotal
Lectures 30
* Load is given in academic hour (1 academic hour = 45 minutes)
The main goal of the course is review of the philosophical assumptions on ecological implications of human activity in the world. The intention of the course is to introduce students to different worldviews, anthropological assumptions and values which contribute to the environmental degradation. The course introduces students to main terms used in theoretical and analytical approach to the ecological problems: political and cultural ecology, anthropocentrism, green ideas, radical ecology and possibilities for sustainable development and justice.
  1. Elliot, J.: An Introduction to Sustainable Development
  2. Des Jardines, J.: Environmental Ethics: An Introduction to Environmental Philosophy
  3. Rogers, P., Jalal, K. i Boyd, J.: An Introduction to Sustainable Development.
Optional literature:
  1. Sarkar, S.: Environmental Philosophy: From Theory to Practice
  2. Jamieson, D.: Ethics and the Environment: An Introduction
7. semester
MODUL 3: Obrazovanje za održivi razvoj (7. semestar) - Regular studij - Integrated Undergraduate and Graduate University Programme in Teacher Education
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