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Environmental Philosophy


published on April 11, 2014

Étienne Bimbenet
DOI: 10.5840/envirophil20144107

The Fallacy of Human Animality

In this article I reconsider the question of anthropological difference. I demonstrate that at least three motives prevent us from facing up to the originality of human behavior: science, morals, and also philosophy want us to believe that this question is a thing of the past. I come back to these three motives so as to criticize them and to reveal their flimsiness. And I try to show that one may advocate, in a naturalistic way and without metaphysics, the idea that there remains something that is “proper to humankind.”

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