Una aproximación filosófica al concepto de naturaleza

AgroProductividad 10 (10):116-120 (2017)
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This article is a philosophical elucidation about the concept of nature in relation to man. The question is not idle: is there something such as nature, or is it only a way of stringing together everything that is not man-made? Given that the ethical, political and instrumental dimension that will be adopted depends on the way in which this concept is constructed. The concept of life is also analyzed. It is concluded that the solutions for biosphere sustainability must be radical and that there is no need to depend on the ghost of our disappearance as a species to make definitive and long-term decisions.
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