Andrew J Eigert Endangered Species Analysis

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The main goal of the ecocentric Deep Ecology ecological movement is to end the dominantion and power relationships modern humans have over nonhuman Nature, and to set up realistic biological conditions under which the wild species and biodiversity of the earth can exist and flourish. The deep ecological approach to contesting Earth’s future is to distinguish between the vital and the nonvital needs of humans. The vital needs of nonhumans get priority before the non vital needs of humans. Deep Ecology, Radical Ecology, Social Ecology, and EcoFeminism, and the critical postmodernism directed towards bringing together and integrating the richness and diversity of all life. All ecological problems are social problems. Thus, Ecocriticism in a broad …show more content…
Man is not aware of the truth sometimes. At the same time, no part of a society is an island that can function all alone. There by all residents are either benefitted or suffered from the actions delivered by them. Buell quoted Andrew J.eigert’s idea of man’s self, his interaction to the environment in his Endangered Species as follows:

For the first time in history, modern selves are self-consciously aware of the need to analyze their actions as transverse interactions within the world that is there for all humans… the accumulation of actions like starting my car, spraying my lawn with toxics, leaking chloroflurocarbons… from my air conditioner, or cutting my trees affects the conditions for human survival around the earth. (30)

-Andrew J.eigert, Self, Interaction, and Natural Environment(buell 30 endanger)

Undoubtedly, people share a common failure or drastic effects of destructions more quickly than success. Cyrus Edson, a physician of socialist sympathies says, “disease binds the human race together as with an unbreakable chain.” (buell 34 endanger) Like Edson’s views, the characters of DeLillo claim for a common ground to share their

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