Legal anthropocentrism: perspectives from the philosophy of environmental law

Legal Anthropocentrism: Perspectives from the Philosophy of Environmental Law, is part of a study of the Philosophy of Law, which seeks, from a theoretical reconstruction, based on the analytical and qualitative method, to consider, in first instance, the anthropocentric legal perspective of a utili...

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Autor Principal: Prada Cadavid, Ángela María
Formato: http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_6501
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad Libre 2012
Acceso en línea:http://hdl.handle.net/10901/12352
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Sumario:Legal Anthropocentrism: Perspectives from the Philosophy of Environmental Law, is part of a study of the Philosophy of Law, which seeks, from a theoretical reconstruction, based on the analytical and qualitative method, to consider, in first instance, the anthropocentric legal perspective of a utilitarian nature which the international and local environmental legislation holds, and which has led to the lack of control and guarantees of development that would be sustainable and tolerable in matters of the environment, and which is developed in this study from the premise of Legal Anthropocentrism in Environmental Matters: The being of the normative content. In the second instance, it seeks to analyze the transformations of the principles and causes of environmental Law, which reveal, however timidly, the collapse of anthropocentric perspectives in light of the necessity for a new Law, which regulates the relationships among the species that coexist on the planet Earth, mediated by relationships of interdependency and not of hierarchy, and which is studied from the Decadence of Legal Anthropocentrism: What Environmental Rules and Regulations Must Be.