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The Bears' Picnic. Stan Berenstain. Will Hobbs. Hair of Gold. Like humans, other beings are not great mass extinction. We have the capacity to rea- Our knowledge of the Earth will always be incom- son about what is better and worse, just and unjust, plete.
But we know that the world is beautiful. Its life worthy and demeaning, and we have the capacity to forms, unique in the universe, are wonderful in their act in ways that are better, more just, more worthy, grandeur and detail. It follows that the world is worthy more beautiful. Because we are these things, we can of reverence, awe, and care. As do Humanity is called to imagine an ethic that not many other social species, we possess a complex and only acknowledges but emulates the ways by which sometimes contradictory set of possibilities.
We are life thrives on Earth. How do we act when we truly un- competitive and cooperative, callous and empathetic, derstand that we live in complete dependence on an destructive and healing, intuitive and rational. More- Earth that is interconnected, interdependent, finite, over, we are creatures of consciousness, emotion, and and resilient?
We are dependent on the sun and the Earth for ev- erything. Without warmth, air, water, and fellow be- ings, we would quickly die. At the same time, we are co-creators of the Earth as we know it, shaping with our decisions the future of the places we inhabit, even as our relation to those places shapes us. In this way, we are members of a community of interdependent parts. Blue River Quorum Humans are beings who search for meaning.
Our beliefs about the origins of the cosmos influ- Given that life on Earth is interconnected, we ence the way we relate to each other, to other living are called to affirm that all flourishing is mutual, and things, and to the habitats we both depend upon and that damage to the part entails damage to the whole.
Sometimes, we experience wonder and Accordingly, our virtues are cooperation, respect, pru- awe at the mysteries of the universe, and fall silent dence, foresight, and justice. We have the responsibil- in reverence. To dis- man. Although we often exclude and exploit those count the future, to take all we need for our own well- we judge less valuable than ourselves, we yearn for being and leave nothing for others, is unthinkable.
We belonging. From the first moments of much and as good as we take. To live by a principle of our lives, we seek connection. We deeply value loving reciprocity, giving as we receive, re-creates the rich- and being loved. We find comfort in close connection ness of life, even as we partake of it.
Then, our har- to other people, other species, and to the wild world vests are respectful and thoughtful. We learn to listen, itself. Our imagination tience, fairness, and moral courage, which creates the gives us the ability to envision alternative futures and possibility of heroism in the face of disagreement and to adapt our behaviors toward their achievement.
Moreover, the new ethic calls us to remedy When we are at our best, we develop cultural systems destructive distributions of wealth and power. It is in which we, other living beings, and ecosystems can wrong when some are made to bear the risks of the flourish. To be grateful is fense against the future, not worthy of us as rational to express joy for the fertility of the Earth, to be atten- and moral beings.
If hope fails us, the moral abdica- tive to its gifts, to celebrate its bounty, and to accept tion of despair is not an alternative. Beyond hope we responsibility for its care. Humility is based on an un- can inhabit the wide moral ground of personal integ- derstanding of our own roots in the soil; we recognize rity, matching our actions to our moral convictions. So we are well-advised to be humble about made into instruments of destruction.
We can make our claims to knowledge; and with art and heart and our lives and our communities into works of art that science, to strive for continuous learning that is open to express our deepest values. The generosity of the Earth models generosity in ecological and moral principles, and the new ethic born our relations with others, and calls for collective out- of this necessity, calls into question far more than we rage when we fail in that duty.
A new ethic calls us to might think. We can find ownership. It calls us to re-examine what it means to joy and justice in sustaining lives that sustain our own. But new futures are continuously being imag- are finite, human flourishing depends on embracing a ined and tested, resulting in new social and ecological new ethic of self-restraint to replace a destructive ethos possibilities. This questioning will release the power of excess. Greed is not a virtue; rather, the endless and and beauty of the human imagination to create more pointless accumulation of wealth is a social pathology collaborative economies, more mindful ways of living, and a terrible mistake, with destructive social, spiri- more deeply felt arts, and more inclusive processes that tual, and ecological consequences.
Limitless economic acknowledge the ways of life of all beings. In this shel- growth as a measure of human well-being is inconsis- tering home, we can begin to restore both the natural tent with the continuity of life on Earth. It should be world and the human spirit. Simple life- styles that include thriftiness, beauty, community, and sharing are pathways to happiness. Equality Members of the Quorum and signers of the Blue River Declaration are: and justice are necessary conditions for civilizations J.
Nelson, Harmony Paulsen, Devon odds. The effect of humans on the land can be healing; G. Having worked in conservation is a difficult concept to grasp in different positions on the frontline of conservation, he terms of the specific objectives and actions that are was alarmed at the thoughtless destruction of the bio- needed.
The issue of conservation not only forces physical landscape and the mental dissociation from us to rethink the different aspects of modern living; the natural environment that were brought about by it also reflects the complex and unfathomable changes in both rural and urban life and by modern quality of nature and the universe and raises the developments in economics and technology.
Seeking metaphysical question of the purpose of human to counter these tendencies—which are not unlike existence. Leopold may not have been a philosopher those of our present circumstances—and recognizing in the formal academic sense, but his reflections that evolving technologies, policies, and economics on the interactions between humans and the land are inadequate or may even hinder conservation ef- forced him into the philosophical realm. Wilderness, on the other essay of the same name in A Sand County Almanac. The of man.
How do the two relate to each other? A enables humans crucial difference is made between being and beings to contemplate entities. According to Heidegger, history is not the former from the latter since it is only in man synonymous with the past. Instead, history is viewed that apprehension resides. This he is no more than he is a plex and unfathomable Heidegger is posing can we, a community.
This assertion arises from of it. With this in mind I now discuss how Leopold West. Heidegger notes that being- Leopold frequently evoked history in his writings human differs from being in general in that both being to provide a rich context for his readers and to connect and apprehension reside in humans. Apprehension seemingly disparate events. Leopold displayed an is the process in which man first enters into history aptitude for history in his high school in Burlington, as a being. His tribe, an essay on protecting wilderness to the various we now know, stems out of the remote Eocene.
When we hear his call we hear no mere In his professional life Leopold grappled with bird. We hear the trumpet in the orchestra of complicated issues at the interface of humans and evolution. He is the symbol of our untamable the environment. He habitually drew upon history past, of that incredible sweep of millennia as he tried to understand the characteristics of the which underlies and conditions the daily land and the roots of human behavior.
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This is shown, for example, in his the wider reaches of evolutionary time. Upon the place and of more consequence to civilization, than the of being-human does of their return they historian of its progress seem to realize. The guiding resource from sadness discernible and 3 to raise ecological and historical awareness and spur action toward careful intervention in the which one can draw in in some marsh environment. He mentions events in unfold to the cadence of geological time, extending natural history that occur on geological, evolutionary, from the Eocene some 50 million years ago to the and ecological time-scales, thus providing a counter- present.
In comparison, Homo sapiens is a youthful perspective to the short-sighted human time-scale species that emerged from present-day Ethiopia that most people are accustomed to. We are reminded about , years ago. The subsequent drama of animals and plants that grow upon it. American history, here and elsewhere, hung Leopold refers to significant historical events in in large degree on the reaction of particular the human realm as well.
Leopold human appetite for natural resources, then the felt that the time had come to extend ethical criteria environmental and ecological context of history to include the broader biotic community. Leopold ronment. Engineering is clearly the dominant idea of worthless sedge, shrub, or weed? Would Boone the industrial age. What I have here called ecology is and Kenton have held out? Would there have perhaps one of the contenders for a new order.
Any Louisiana Purchase? We are appeared to have traced the same path. The question the only species capable of making such a lasting of conservation that Leopold was reflecting upon— impact on the land in such a short span of time. However—and as noted earlier—previous societies have had to grapple with environmental Whether you will or not, conservation issues in order to survive, and the course You are a king, Tristram, for you are one of history is partially influenced by the ability of Of the time-tested few that leave the world, societies to overcome this challenge.
While pursuing the question of conservation, The implication here is that humans need to Leopold turned toward history, referring to history extend ethical criteria to embrace our interactions that is both immediate and distant, both human and with land. Leopold made plain that the prevailing natural. For Leopold, two key steps arise Leopold may come the biotic community in our relation to history. Guidance tion is at odds with the capability. In an essay written in the future.
Leopold cites how the old-growth silence of eternity. When we abolish the last sample established between self and others though when of the Great Uncut, we are, in a sense, burning books. Invoking and present. This enabled him to evolve from a in the willow thicket below the tracks. His their ancestors—like the boy scout who explores the enthusiastic stance on predator control softened when willow thicket—thereby the extermination of predators at the Kaibab Plateau in participating in an northern Arizona led to an unchecked deer population historical act.
The hunter in the late s. By —, an estimated is likewise re-enacting an 60 percent of the deer population was removed atavistic and allegorical naturally through mass starvation and artificially drama when he is through reinstated hunting. Heidegger, An Introduction to Metaphysics, trans. Manheim, Through his Callicott the whole regressed since then.
At the same time, we and E. It is remarkably coincidental that Leopold and the distinguished historian Frederick to achieve conservation. He recognized this summer of Meine, Aldo Leopold, Flader and Callicott. See the preamble by the editors. How do we proceed? If we are historical beings, Ibid; A. Leopold, A Sand County Almanac, McDougall, F. Brown, and J. Callicott and of the Center for Humans and Nature. For his dissertation he will be Freyfogle.
Acknowledgments Although conceivably the earliest human settlements may not have had to contend much NOTES with environment issues given the low level of technology and relatively small size of human 1. Flader and J. Callicott Madison,: University of Wisconsin Press, Leopold campaigned vigorously for protection of the old-growth forest; as a result of 4.
December 11, University Press, , Fried and R. In contrast, Tu Weim- The opinion No. The second part comprises eighteen appeared online in November and was published recommendations that are systematically derived from in print in In May , the J. Craig Venter Institute Taking a closer look at the content of these reports announced the successful implantation of a fully is interesting for two reasons.
Firstly, so far neither the synthetic genome into a bacterial cell. Following up US nor EU governments have taken steps to establish on the announcement, President Obama officially governance frameworks specifically aimed at the asked the US Presidential Commission for the Study challenges and promises of synthetic biology. Secondly, at present boundaries. The choice including its applications, and discusses EU legal and of criteria in these reports may pave the way for such a governance issues. The report also lays bare ethical consensus and give a first impression of how it may look.
The EGE report affirms the role of becomes whether this new area of research contains human dignity as a guiding principle from which more specific characteristics that require an ethical specific principles, possibly including harm inflicted evaluation different from that of already established upon animals and the environment, can be derived.
Besides to be assessed. Thus, the new properties. Hence, the two advisory bodies EGE adopts a scheme of aspects that is familiar from agree that the design and engineering approach of many debates on ethical issues of synthetic biology and synthetic biology is a specific characteristic of this other emerging technologies, but is not systematically field of research, carrying with it the ability to create linked to more basic ethical principles.
Here The ethical perspective and tone of the two reports the EGE points at debates on the mere instrumental is different in interesting ways. Furthermore, adopting an ecocentric ethical criteria that these reports offer for assessing approach, the EGE writes, does not necessarily result in the social implications and governance of synthetic unmitigated opposition to synthetic biology. Ecocentrist biology. The group does, however, point to from which more concrete principles are to be derived.
The EGE report poses to established risk- The set comprises public beneficence, responsible affirms the role of assessment procedures. In this upon animals and the e n v i r o n m e n t a l report, public beneficence seems to correspond to environment, can be applications.
Biosecurity beneficence and non-maleficence, intellectual freedom derived. In addition, responsible stewardship Biological Toxin Weapons Declaration. The assessment promises and perils of an emerging biotechnology ought to encompass its environmental and social affects the public or society as a whole, the principle implications, and it should take into account the of democratic deliberation is added to the evaluation benefit-burden ratio of the technology that may be scheme as a procedural maxim and a method of replaced, as well.
Taking up biosafety and biosecurity governance. Whereas patenting and common heritage issues and calls for ascertaining beneficent consequences of a therapeutic public dialogue concerning these and all other ethical measure can appear to be a question of matters of fact topics related to synthetic biology. Finally, the EGE best answered by medical experts, interpreting what recommends funding research in synthetic biology, as it means to act as a responsible steward and debating well as financing research on the ethical and conceptual these interpretations in public forums implies a more issues identified in the opinion.
To begin with, the EGE does promote funding and democratic deliberation is the expression of a and fostering research and development in synthetic procedural ethics of communication. Moreover, it deems acceptable the Taken in this way, it is obviously illusory to expect weighing of risks and opportunities of acting versus not that an evaluation according to this scheme will ever acting. On the contrary, one may principle may be closer suspect that results can become internally contradictory. Quoting justice and fairness.
According to this principle, intrinsically valuable. In stark contrast to the EGE, synthetic biology is allowed to proceed while potential which contemplates environmental ethics as a possible risks are carefully monitored and mitigated over time. Now, ecocentric positions are capable of incorporating since the recommendations generated within each a nuanced balancing of burdens and benefits, the perspective are meant to complement each other, the Commission regards them as necessarily leading to Commission appears to opt for an approach in which dichotomic reasoning.
Hence, if one were to further within the perspective of responsible stewardship build upon this approach, it would be essential to bears resemblance to ecocentric ethics. In any case, lay bare and justify this relative weighing scheme. If this is the regard to research conduct, oversight, and export case, the question emerges whether there is only control p.
Taking into account the intermingling of fact and value in expressions of everyday language, one may suspect that in the eyes of critics this recommendation will in effect turn the dialogue into a biased exchange that discredits those who oppose a certain alley of research as not being able to grasp the facts.
As it seems, one would have to lay bare in more should be done in a cautious manner, continuously detail the relations and respective weight assigned monitoring risks; both call for a review of risk to the perspectives in order to render conclusions assessment procedures and legal provisions; and both drawn from the principles more cogent. Taking into recommend embedding synthetic biology research in account the controversy in Europe about field release a broader context of public dialogue and social and and labeling of genetically engineered crops, it is to be cultural values and benefits.
The EGE makes an attempt to introduce fundamental values—i. The Freiburg in Freiburg, Germany. The Presidential Commission, in 1. All page references appear in the text. Still, rather than giving expression of Synthetic Biology and Emerging Technologies, Writer N. Scott Momaday provided is not merely a greener alternative to conventional some valuable insights about the relationship between agriculture.
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More information about this seller Contact this seller 6. Language: English. Brand new Book. Frost and Others. Charles Major was an American lawyer and novelist. Writing remained an interest of Major, and in , he published his first novel, When Knighthood Was in Flower under the pseudonym Edwin Caskoden. The Bears of Blue River describes the adventures of a young boy growing up in early nineteenth-century rural Indiana. Little Balser lives with his parents, a younger brother, and a baby sister in a cozy log cabin on the bank of the Big Blue River.
Although only thirteen or fourteen years old, he is quite familiar with the dangers and rigors of frontier life. As the story unfolds, the boy becomes lost in the forest, encounters the fierce one-eared bear, and is nearly caught by a bear as he dozes next to what he thinks is a bearskin. This is a book for children or adults who love nature and tales of early pioneer life.
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