The Core Concepts Behind Reasoning

924 Words Oct 12th, 2015 4 Pages
This assignment is about identifying the core concepts behind reasoning given by individuals, facing opposition by a party that has challenged their right/way of life/moral obligations and so on and so forth. This is to look at the matter from an ethical viewpoint where environmental preservation is involved. To identify the nature of reasoning and categorize it under a sub banner. To psychologically analyze what people hold certain types of beliefs in which they feel it’s alright to carry on what they are doing and how they have convinced themselves of its moral and ethical standings.
Analyzing the reasoning behind a problem.
1. Private land owners should be able to do whatever they want with their land This sentence was used as a defense when the government asked the land owners not to make a lake in the area. This follows the concept of anthropocentric view point further explained as the ego centric logic of reasoning, where the diverse effects of the lake was the disruption of wild life and a change in the ecological system of the area, this ethical philosophical reasoning pertains to anthropocentrism that all life is there for humans to make use of while it goes against both school of ethical reasoning of ecocentrism and indirectly biocentrism, biocentrism pertains to the wellbeing of all living creatures, and ecocentrism pertains to safe guarding the environment to make as little altercations so as not to alter the course of the ecology. Usually different schools of…
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