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This index section presents list of terms that occur in this book Anthropocentrism. The book explores the assumptions behind the label anthropocentrism, critically enquiring into the meaning of human. It addresses the epistemological and ontological problems of charges of anthropocentrism, questioning whether all human views are inherently anthropocentric. In addition, it examines the potential scope for objective, empathetic, relational, or other views that trump anthropocentrism.

Keywords: anthropocentrism; human

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