Re-considering the Sense of Responsibility in the Age of Climate Change

Oct 28, 2015

Mitsuyo Toyoda focuses on the phenomena of flooding in Japan as an approach to consider ethical issues concerning climate change. Based on recent cases, she identifies various issues of responsibility involved in them and discusses how ethical issues are broadened after climate change began to be considered as anthropogenic.

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