Anthropocentrism: has the aim(s) of human supremacy but the implications of it are that its derivative of an individualistic mental frame. The ability to expand a one-sided mind is limited by the lack of cultural competence, thus ignorance. Ignorance could be understood as a feeling or an emotionally limited scope, the latter would be the bloom of ignorance, the growth comes from seeing through and seeing out of; we thus become less one-sided; through educating ourselves on the subject you were previously ignorant towards, you see through it. we, you, I; then become the vessel for expanding our own scope of practice. Patience, practice, problems, and permanent lines drawn for yourself become permeable. This is much because with the internet at our fingertips staying ignorant is a suspended stagnant state we have the tool to see out of.
Published by Gabrielle Francis Amlicke, MSW
Advocate for Environmental Social Work & CEO Founder Environmental Social Work LLC View more posts