3 paul taylor defends the attitude of respect for nature according to
3) Paul Taylor defends "The Attitude of Respect for Nature" according to which all living things(and populations of living things) have inherent worth. Explain what Taylor means when he says that all living things and populations of living things have inherent worth. Also, explain what Taylor mean when he says that having the attitude of respect for nature involves regarding actions that tend to realize the good of organisms and populations of living things to be “primafacie obligatory because they have that tendency". Suppose that the Government of Ontario proposes to build a hydro-electric dam on a river in order to generate electricity. What would someone who had the attitude of respect for nature want to know before forming a judgment about whether building the dam is morally permissible? Give one example of a possible consequence of building the dam that a person with the "the attitude of respect for nature" would count against building the dam and explain why it would count against building it. Would a person with the attitude of respect for nature regard this consequence as a decisive reason to refrain from building the dam? Explain why orwhy not.
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