Biocentrism puts living beings—animals, humans, plants—as the most important.
Ecocentrism notes that non-living things are of equal value to living things, and that the functioning ecosystem is the most important.
Anthropocentrism values human beings alone above all else. (courtesy David Suzuki & Facebook)
What do you believe?
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