Historical Perspectives Hrvoje Petrić, Ivana Žebec Šilj. [Social Ecology] 1–2 See Cifrić, Socijalna ekologija [Social Ecology], 65 and – Sociologist Ivan . Socijalna ekologija: časopis za ekološku misao i sociologijska istraživanja okoline, Vol.5 No.2 Travanj Ivan Cifrić ; Faculty of Philosophy, Zagreb. 6 Ivan Cifric, Socijalna ekologija (Zagreb: Globus, ), p. 7This is the first time after the transition that Croatian parliament has consisted of parties which.
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Details Additional Physical Format: The demand for a worldwide ekologuja ethos comes up in a developed industrial society as the result of a globalization and b limitations of its economic ethos in terms of a sustainable development and ecological stability.
Abstracts The socijalba of the ecological discourse from the economic and technological towards the ethical aspects resembles a new theoretical and practical challenge. The other is relying on “naturalism”, and is pessimistic, denying, from the moral positions, the existing civilisation development, pointing to the saving of the natural resources while foreseeing catastrophe in the future.
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Empirical research of the desirability of the three models market—oriented, state—oriented, and market—oriented with the social elements shows differentiated views on the role of the state ekologlja market in particular fields. The author criticizes the sociocultural context of the demand for a “worldwide ecological ethos” and shows some of the approaches to the eklogija of the worldwide ecological ethos: A common feature is the rejection of totalitarianism and utopia of revolution in the realization of a model of society.
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You may send this item to up to five recipients. Transition and transformation indicate also radical changes from “collective—egalitarian” to “individual—liberal” model of values. Don’t have an account? Croatian View all editions and formats. Remember me on this computer.
You may have already requested this item. Factor analysis extracted the latent dimensions of the perception of the nature-technology-man relation “Anthropocentrism based on confidence in technology” and “Naturalism”of the perception of the development “Development based on optimal use and saving of the natural resources”, “Demographic balance”, “Development based on in-exhaustible and maximally used ekolobija resources” and “Improvement of the quality of food and change of the ways of feeding”of the perception of the progress “Value and moral denial of the progress”, “Un-critical sociijalna, and “Humanistic and technical optimism of the progress”and finally the perception of the future “Dichotomous totalitarian society of high technology and new hominides”, “Catastrophic future”, “Status quo in future” and “Cosmic future”.
The worldwide ecological ethos presents a need to search for ethic potentials in suppressed cultures and religions. socijalnz
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The process of transformation of individual societies shows the differences that depend on the distinctions in democratic experience, inherited structures and world—wide politics. Similar Items Related Subjects: Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private.
ON THE SEARCH FOR A WORLDWIDE ECOLOGICAL ETHOS
The ecological ethos are based in cultures and religions. Some features of WorldCat will not be available. The E-mail Address es field is required. Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Add a cifri and share your thoughts with other readers. However, the author pleads for a concept of a “pluralistic ecological ethos” — the universal being reflected in the relative — pointing at the need of survival of versatile cultures on the Earth.