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Types of value?
intrumental-useful-toothbruch

inherent-appreciated-art

intristic-valiable
How to answer questions?
Depends on how we view the world
Types of world view?
Anthroceptism
Bicentrism
Econcentrism
Anthroceptism
Humans needs and intrests are of highest importance
Stewardship
Humans need to take care of the enviroment and look after it
Judeo Christain
Biocentrism
all life is equal and humanity is not the center of existence
Econcentrism
biotic and abiotic deserves direct moral consideration
Deep ecology
Little more hardecose than econcentrism, questions the value of lifestyle that led us here
Opposite of shallow ecology
Social ecoology
Humans are free from opression and domination of other humans then enviroment will be in better shape
Ecofeminism
oppression toward women which resulted accociating nature with femals
Energy relationships
law of conservation of matter
1st law of thermodynamics
2nd law of thermodynamics
Law of conservation of matter
matter cannot be created of destroyed
what we put into the enviroment
1st law of thermodynamics
energy cannot be created or destroyed
2nd law of thermodynamics
converting one energy to another, useful energy is loss
Acid
realease H
loss 1 electron