Philosophical Reflections on “Low Carbon”

Zhong-hua YANG

Abstract


In the environmental system, human beings are not only the existence of pure natural attributes but also the existence of social property. It is the thinking of dialectical materialism to treat the nature, human and society as a unified system and grasp the natural environment issues from the moving of the fundamental social contradictions. Human beings’ practice in the environment is: human beings’ object consciousness; human beings’ practice and appropriate behaviour. The ultimate thinking of human beings: the two basic problems that people faced. That is “human beings’ reconciliation with nature and with themselves. Keywords: low carbon; natural properties; social properties; humanized nature

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.sss.1923018420100101.003

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