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Definition of ecosophy



  • a contemporary philosophical perspective that is nonanthropocentric or species centric but earth-centric. One variety of 3rd wave ecofeminist concepts concerned with the nonhuman and the inhuman.

    Her Op Ed was written from the perspective of ecosophy. She is a flaming ecosophist!

    Last edited on Jun 20 2015. Submitted by Rrosi on Jun 20 2015.

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