Instructions This is an introductory assignment, one paragraph (300 words) maxim
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This is an introductory assignment, one paragraph (300 words) maximum.
Title: “My Own Ecological Ethics”
Describe your own ethical stance toward the natural world. To do that, as best you can, identify the basic values in your personal philosophy and try to give good reasons for holding them, and how they relate to your ethical stance toward the natural world. I am asking you to focus on the core of your ecological ethics. (How you feel about issues is important, don’t be afraid to address this dimension in your assignment.)
Assignments should always be submitted in standard essay formatting: double spaced, one-inch margins,
footnotes, a bibliography, page numbers, and using Times New Roman 12 pt. font. There should be no
spaces between paragraphs, but do use indenting for the first line of each paragraph.
Ethics is a critical and considered reflection of who we are and how we relate rightly and wrongly, to the good and bad, etc. This unit provides an overview of how ecological ethics fits into the study of ethics in general, and amongst other disciplines of academic study. We consider why ethics is not merely relative to cultural beliefs, though it is shaped by the plurality of cultures.
As you read, discuss, and write, make sure you keep these objectives as part of your activities. The learning activities in this unit are intended to help you:
begin to develop an ability to assess and formulate ethical arguments;
reflect on your own ethics and present a cogent line of reasoning for your conclusions;
anticipate responses or possible challenges to your position;
think about how the distinction of human ethics from non-human ethics raises important questions that provide a vantage point to look at ecological ethics.
Week One Midgley, Mary. (1981). On Trying Out One’s New Sword. In Heart and Mind: The Varieties of Moral Experience (pp.69-75). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.（I put it in the attachment）
（Please don’t plagiarize）