PDC Homepage

Home » Products » Purchase

Proceedings of the XXIII World Congress of Philosophy

Volume 11, 2018

Environmental Philosophy

Larisa Tronina
Pages 163-167

Ecological Reality as a World of Senses

The process of human alienation from the natural world has led to the current crisis of the system “Man-Nature”, expressing a fragmented worldview that is information oriented and pragmatic. To overcome this alienation, people should realize that they exist in a particular reality, which is described as the ecological world. This world has knowledge of the opportunities provided by living creatures. Extracting this information is an active process of direct perception of the environment. Disclosing meanings of nature, man forms an environmentally oriented consciousness which determines its place in the natural existence. Environmental consciousness is an orientation focused on understanding the unity of existence, including the environment and people.

Usage and Metrics
Dimensions
PDC