- The student is familiar with the major topics, approaches and concepts in environmental ethics and landscape philosophy
- The student can distinguish scientific reasoning form other forms of intellectual activity
- The student can take a substantiated position in ethical debates on issues of landscape and ecosystem management.
- The student can read, analyze and critically assess philosophical texts, and to apply them to actual cases
- The student can publicly present and discuss philosophical texts
|In this course, we will deal with some philosophical aspects regarding water management. There will also be a day-long excursion to a ‘new’ nature reserve.|