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(ˌbaɪ oʊˈsɛn trɪk)

centered in life; having life as its principal fact.
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Mountaineering, River Rafting Following AI-based technologies and products Interests in Biocentrism.
systems theory) as well as the concept of biocentrism.
Klages's fascist rejection of the spirit went so far as to deny the laws of classical physics in the pursuit of the erotic being-together of biocentrism.
Unlike biocentrism that concerns with individual living members of the environment, ecocentrism focuses on the ecosystems as a holistic whole.
He does a good job of illustrating how the disparate views of Greenpeace activists "led to the development of a fractured environmental philosophy based on various elements of biocentrism, neuroscience, animal rights, and New Age romanticism.
of Delaware, 1995), 78-79; and "Prolegomena to the Study of Biomorphic Modernism: Biocentrism, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy's 'New Vision' and Erno Kallai's Bioromantik.
In her essay "Unsettling the Coloniality of Being/Power/Truth/Freedom: Towards the Human, After Man, Its Overrepresentation-An Argument," Wynter takes up the problematic of biocentrism as it relates to the overrepresentation of white bourgeois men as human.
Key words: sumak kawsay, development, well-being, alternatives to capitalism, Andean cultures, Ecuadorian constitution, biocentrism.
Environmental creativity rejects any oversimplified choice between biocentrism or anthropocentrism.
Professor Robert Lanza, from Wake Forest University School of Medicine in North Carolina, said that the answer to this question lies in quantum physics, specifically the theory of biocentrism, the Independent reported.
16) In light of this, this approach still remains strongly anthropocentric and does not look--as has been suggested by proponents of biocentrism and ecological egalitarianism--at the interdependent relationship between the two sides.
juxtaposes the harsh disintegrative violence of animal sacrifice (the 'Rabbit' episode, for example) explored by Gerald and Gudrun as an erotic turn-on to the holistic biocentrism that sacrifices sacrifice itself " (DHLR 20).