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    Globalization and Common Human Interests.Wang Xinyan - 2006 - The Proceedings of the Twenty-First World Congress of Philosophy 9:173-177.
    A series of features of the contemporary globalization of human society, especially its dual positive arid negative effects, shows that contemporary globalization has great significance for the survival and development of mankind as a whole. From the point of view of its deep axiological significance, globalization has resulted in the formation of common human interests that manifest themselves negatively as the emergence of various global problems. The formation of common human interests and the emergence of global problems in turn have (...)
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    How is Environmental Ethics Possible?Wang Xinyan - 2008 - Proceedings of the Xxii World Congress of Philosophy 23:155-167.
    In the history of ethical thoughts of China and the West, ethical relations are always regarded as social relations among people, and the objects to which ethical norms apply are targeted for social business or man’s behavior. What traditional ethics concerns is ethical relationship among people or ethical feature of socialbusiness or man’s behavior. By comparison with it, environmental ethics has a good reputation for its research on ethical relationship between human being and natural environment. It has been discussing and (...)
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