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Can you compare and contrast the western world view with the deep ecology world view?
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User: Can you compare and contrast the western world view with the deep ecology world view?





Weegy: Western worldview is human-centered. It basically says that humans are superior and humans have dominance over nature. It has a belief that humans have primary obligation to humans and that's it. [ It says that humans should have unrestricted use of natural resources for the benefit of just humans. Deep ecology worldview believes that humans have an obligation to themselves and the environment as well. This worldview believes that all forms of life have the right to exist and that humans aren't any different from other species. It basically says that humans are equal to other species. As you can see western worldview and deep ecology worldview are very different in their beliefs. They are on the opposite ends when it comes to environmental worldview. One believes that humans have dominance over nature and the other believes that humans and other species are equal. Many people today do not fully embrace either worldviews. Western worldview is human-centered and regards humans as the central element of the universe. Deep ecology worldview, on the other hand, is too centered in life and views humans as one species among others. Both are extremes and many of us may be stuck in the middle of both worldviews. ]
Expert answered|emdjay23|Points 1588|

User: Can you compare and contrast the western would view with the deep ecology world view?

Weegy: Western worldview is human-centered. It basically says that humans are superior and humans have dominance over nature. It has a belief that humans have primary obligation to humans and that's it. [ It says that humans should have unrestricted use of natural resources for the benefit of just humans. Deep ecology worldview believes that humans have an obligation to themselves and the environment as well. This worldview believes that all forms of life have the right to exist and that humans aren't any different from other species. It basically says that humans are equal to other species. As you can see western worldview and deep ecology worldview are very different in their beliefs. They are on the opposite ends when it comes to environmental worldview. One believes that humans have dominance over nature and the other believes that humans and other species are equal. ]
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