ATH 1 Earth, Ecology, and Human Culture.

Examines some of the complex interrelationships of human culture with the earth. Because cultural assumptions have roots in religion, philosophy, politics, and economics, the sequence explores ways in which basic ideas in these fields influence our understanding of our relation to the earth, its biosphere, history, and resources.

1. PHL 376 Environmental Philosophy (4); and

2. Two from the following:
ATH 371 Anthropology of Parks and Protected Areas (3), or
ATH 471 Ecological Anthropology (3), or
GEO 271 Humans and Natural Resources (3)

Note: Not open to majors in the Department of Philosophy. Majors in anthropology or in the departments of Geography or Geology & Environmental Earth Science must select a minimum of nine hours outside their department of major.

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