Results for 'Tomanubu Imamichi'

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    Tomonobu Imamichi.Tomonobu Imamichi - 1992 - Perspektiven der Philosophie 18:373-375.
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  2. An Introduction to Eco-Ethica.Tomonobu Imamichi - 2009 - Upa.
    This book discusses the new field of eco-ethica, explores issues arising from a technology-mediated environment and our changing moral consciousness, and presents an ethics that transcends interpersonal ethics so as to also encompass companies and governments.
     
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  3. In Search of Wisdom: One Philosopher's Journey.Tomonobu Imamichi - 2004 - International House of Japan.
     
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    Towards Cosmopolitanism in East and West.Tomonobu Imamichi - 2012 - Journal of Philosophical Research 37 (Supplement):191-196.
    The numbers of unfortunate deaths in the twentieth century were the highest compared with any previous century. Such an increase obviates any excuses The idea of technological possibility itself is one of the most basic causes of the destruction of nature in our new human milieu today, the technological conjuncture. But we human beings are also a part of nature. Therefore, without a new ethics understood as eco-ethica nature itself cannot fulfill the necessary conditions for the survival of human beings. (...)
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    The Metaphysical Tradition of East Asia and its Actual Relevance.Tomonobu Imamichi - 1998 - Filosoficky Casopis 46:403-408.
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    Zukunft Und Aufgabe der Weltwissenschaft Metaphysik.Tomonobu Imamichi - 1991 - Perspektiven der Philosophie 17:101-114.
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  7. Roma 1990 (Coletti), 291 pp. [REVIEW]Rudolph Berlinger, Eugen Fink, Tomonobu Imamichi & Wiebke Schrader - 1991 - Journal for General Philosophy of Science / Zeitschrift für Allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie 22:401-403.
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    Techno-esthétique et pensée critique.Pierre-Antoine Chardel - 2015 - Symposium 19 (2):22-36.
    Dans la présente contribution, nous nous efforçons de voir comment une certaine proximité entre Félix Guattari et le philosophe japonais Tomonobu Imamichi intervient dans l’élaboration d’une pensée critique qui nous incite à interroger les fondements ontologiques de nos sociétés industrielles. Les crises écologiques que ces dernières connaissent sont d’une ampleur telle qu’elles nous imposent non seulement de réformer notre manière de produire et de consommer, mais elles nous somment également de nous pencher sur nos équilibres subjectifs. Nous devons prendre (...)
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    Ethics and the European Cultural Environment.Peter McCormick - 2016 - Eco-Ethica 5:133-151.
    Moral naturalism in Europe and elsewhere today is the view that only the natural sciences can satisfactorily analyze the ethical value of persons. Many thoughtful people appear still to believe that the natural sciences can “reduce” the distinctive ethical value of persons ultimately to microphysical terms. Such an apparently widespread belief in part of the EU cultural environment today, however, raises serious questions. - In this EU context and in the Symposium contexts of Tomonobu Imamichi’s eco-ethical concerns about “a (...)
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    Poor No More? Eco-Ethica and a Philosophy of Development.Peter McCormick - 2019 - Eco-Ethica 8:155-175.
    This article’s aim is to promote further critical discussions on sustainable development and its philosophical presuppositions. The focus is on the first of the United Nations’ 2000 Millennium Development Goals and its 2015 Sustained Development Goals: the eradication of poverty. In this regard, one important question here is just what “a philosophy of development” should look cular, the article raises issues about the coherence of a global philosophy of development and the often exaggerated roles of the understandings of development in (...)
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