It recognizes the importance of each organism in the ecosystem.
It hypothesizes that each organism whether human or any other has a right in the ecosystem (Pierce, 2003).
It perceives man as being in charge of all other organisms.They believe that organisms were created the way they are.Judeo-Christian tradition believes in superiority of man over other organisms (Pierce, 2003). It is believed each organism has some sort of importance in an ecosystem. Interactions between organisms in an ecosystem are of much essence (Bernstein, 2001).[tags: ecology] - The mistake of culture as timeless, knowledge as data Take a walk down Bourke’s main street and about midway, on the northern side, you will see a panoramic mural spanning the roofline of a simple brick building. At one end there is a panel devoted to Aboriginal life and Dreaming before colonisation, while the rest of the panels show a sequence of white exploration, pioneer settlement, a changing pastoral industry, reminders of historic floods, and a modern outback town....[tags: Ecology] - Maryland is the 42nd largest state, making it one of the smaller states in America.Evolutionary ecological view on the other hand is based mainly on behavior.Organisms are believed to change their behavior to suit themselves to the changing environment (Pierce, 2003).Philosophical views are mainly based on a human beings perspective (Bernstein, 2001). On the other hand, evolution tries to understand the adaptations of organism to the changing environment (Pierce, 2003).It does not lay much emphasis on human beings as part of the evolving organisms (Bernstein, 2001).