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    Title: 環境公民倫理:當代公民社會的環境義務;Environmental Civic Ethics: The Environmental Obligation of Modern Civil Society
    Authors: 林恩志;Lin, EnChih
    Contributors: 哲學研究所
    Keywords: 環境倫理學;環境公民倫理;氣候變遷;正義原則;非同一問題;價值多元;environmental ethics;environmental civil ethics;climate change;principle of justice;non-identity problem;value pluralism
    Date: 2022-07-18
    Issue Date: 2022-10-04 11:33:54 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 氣候變遷是一個為全世界帶來明確影響的環境議題。若由典型環境倫理學的角度來看,包含氣候變遷在內各種嚴峻的環境問題,是因為人類為了滿足自身的利益,而不停地耗用大量不可再生的自然資源。為了解決此一問題,典型環境倫理嘗試提出各種不同的價值論述,並嘗試回答「人類是否有保護自然的義務」此一具有道德規範性的「理由問題」。本論文即是由典型環境倫理學對此一問題的回答開始爬梳,並嘗試指明:典型環境倫理學的價值論述,很可能難以在高度全球化的當代,轉化為可供實踐的環境政策。
    ;Climate change is an environmental issue. According to classical environmental ethicists, our focus on fulfilling human interests causes the depletion of natural resources, which results in climate change and other environmental problems. To address this problem, classical environmental ethicists attempt to answer ′the question of justification′: is it our duty to protect the natural environment? This thesis investigates classical environmental ethics and demonstrates whether their value argumentation can be practical in creating environmental policies in our globalized world.
    This thesis begins with the issue of climate change. I attempt to reframe ′the question of justification′ from the perspective of modern civil society. What kind of value is essential to consider if we approach ′the question of justification′ not as individuals but as citizens of modern civil society? Suppose we decide to cut off all carbon emissions to mitigate climate change. In that case, the result is that the price of energy will rapidly rise and significantly damage our society. The poorest population of the society must struggle to survive. The ′environmental civil ethics′ investigated in this thesis is a process of thinking through how to consider these conflicts on the one hand, and respond appropriately to ′the question of justification′ on the other hand.
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