The Role and Stance of Francis Bacon in Initiating Environmental Crisis Occurrences


  •  Mohammad Bidhendi    
  •  Rezida Nigomatullina    
  •  Mohsen Shiravand    

Abstract

The environmental crises of today are the resultant of human conduct with respect to conceptual, social, political and economical aspects. The conceptual-philosophical factor is the source of all these crises with an undeniable effect. Francis Bacon’s philosophical basics with no doubt are the most influential, regarding bio-environmental phenomena. He deals with the progress of the world in a manner where almost all components that contribute his philosophy to anthropology and or biology and even logic must serve human welfare at nature’s destruction cost. The attempt is made here to explain the domain of his philosophy in a manner where the effects of his opinions in initiating natural disasters are exposed. Our claim is that he is placed in the environmental ethics group of anthropocentrism.


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  • Issn(Print): 1918-7173
  • Issn(Onlne): 1918-7181
  • Started: 2009
  • Frequency: quarterly

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