Students are encouraged to recognize that there are different ways of looking at the future of humanity with regard to the relationship between human beings and the environment. They are invited to examine some contemporary situations in order to analyze the current challenges and consider possible actions or options. During their explorations, students are asked to consider some of the fundamental questions that human beings have asked themselves, such as â€œWhere are we going?,â€ and to refer to religious, philosophical, and scientific texts in order to understand the various answers concerning the relationship between human beings and the environment.
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