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Jordan Peterson on Anti-Humanism and Extreme Environmentalism We tend to over-romanticize nature by only seeing her as the great mother while being blind to the tyrannical side, because we are spoiled by the protective force of culture and civilization. This over-romantization of nature is often used to justify anti-human fantasies. Bite-sized Philosophy January 2018[1]

Antihumanism is a philosophy which opposes or rejects the beliefs, principles, or assumptions of Humanism.

Anti-humanists are not necessarily against human beings; they merely assert that a humanistic conception of life is untenable and may be morally dangerous.— William Schweiker[2]

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