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Sustainable Development

Relationships to Culture, Knowledge and Ethics

The emergence of a global and technological world and the accelerating dissemination of technology does not only give rise to technological, economic, social, environmental, political and educational tasks. Significant philosophical questions, epistemic reflections and cultural debates result and have to be pushed forward. To move sustainable development from a political mission statement and scientific challenge into everyday life we have to shift our focus of attention to those who are d...

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  • Éditeur : KIT Scientific Publishing
  • Collection : KIT Scientific Publishing
  • Lieu d’édition : Karlsruhe
  • Année d’édition : 2011
  • Publication sur OpenEdition Books : 13 septembre 2019
  • EAN (Édition imprimée) : 9783866446274
  • EAN électronique : 9791036538230
  • Nombre de pages : 228 p.
Ignacio Ayestaran, Gerhard Banse et Oliver Parodi

Part 1. Methodological Questions, Conceptual Debates and Frameworks

Armin Grunwald
Conflict-resolution in the Context of Sustainable Development

Naturalistic versus Culturalistic Approaches

Robert Hauser et Gerhard Banse
Culture and Culturality

Approaching a Multi-faceted Concept

Ricardo Rozzi et Alexandria Poole
Habitats – Habits – Inhabitants

A Biocultural Triad to Promote Sustainable Cultures

Part 2. Epistemic Topics, Knowledge and Ethical Dilemmas

Renate Hübner
Material Goods and Individuation Processes

The Ethics of Consumerism between Mankind’s Potential for Transcendence and the Forces of Culture

Ute Stoltenberg et Verena Holz
Education and Communication as Prerequisites for and Components of Sustainable Development

Reflections for Policies, Conceptual Work, and Theory, Based on Previous Practises

Teresa Kwiatkowska et Wojciech Szatzschneider
Sustainability, Uncertainty, and Environmental Ethics
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