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Foto Faggioni Maurizio , L'uomo è ancora signore del creato? Tracce di etica ambientale in « GS » , in Antonianum, 70/3-4 (1995) p. 429-472 .

SUMMARY: After outlining the most significative features of the Conciliar teaching on the role and responsibility of man for creation, placing them in their theological and cultural con­text, the Author confronts the traditional christian ecological model with the main models of environmental ethics present in contemporary reflection: the anthropocentric as well as the antianthropocentric, and also the attempts to overcome them both through the various de­clensions of Deep Ecology. The present study highlights the peculiarity of christian ecotheo-logical model as a theory of the intrinsic value of natural realities in the context of a relative anthropocentrism, drawing forth precise criteria of decision-making and some consequences on the operational level. The emblematic figure of St. Francis is, in the end, presented as a model of a new ecological ethos.


 
 
 
 
 
 
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