Tag Archives: environmental philosophy

Colloquium “Expecting the unexpected: getting ready for a wild anthropocene”

Colloquium series Environmental Philosophy EXPECTING THE UNEXPECTED: GETTING READY FOR A WILD ANTHROPOCENE Prof. dr. Christopher Preston In 2016 the Anthropocene Working Group of the International Commission on Stratigraphy officially found that Earth has entered the Anthropocene. The purpose of this talk is to raise some questions surrounding the naming of this new epoch and … Continue reading Colloquium “Expecting the unexpected: getting ready for a wild anthropocene”

Meeting working group environmental philosophy

The next meeting of the working group on environmental philosophy is to be held on May 15, 2014 in Utrecht. Location: Drift 23, room 0.12. Agenda: 1) Presentation by Bernice Bovenkerk on animal suffering; 2) PhD-course; 3) evaluation of the Day of Environmental Philosophy

Dag van de Milieufilosofie 2014

DAG VAN DE MILIEUFILOSOFIE Thema: Leven en laten leven in het antropoceen Datum: 22 april 2014, de Dag van de Aarde Plaats: Geertekerk, Geertekerkhof 23, 3511 XC Utrecht ‘Leven en laten leven in het antropoceen’ wordt het thema van de tweede Dag van de Milieufilosofie. De Werkgroep Milieu-ethiek van de Nederlandse Onderzoeksschool Wijsbegeerte (OZSW) en de … Continue reading Dag van de Milieufilosofie 2014