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Developing the Under Developed The desolate and scorched soil of a vast empire that once ruled lay wasted in the dim morning sun This is symbolic of a newly developed nation that grew at a pace that the environment could not stand Human life in future generations depends on the judgement of the civilizations prior to the existing generation Historical research points to many reasons why developing nations should conserve not expend their resources Three areas of analysis that solve this dilemma are the obligation to later generations religious governmental obligations political and the harms caused by developing fully religious political One must also consider the repercussions caused by each decision on not only the existing generations but the generations that follow as well The first area of analysis is the obligation to the later generations All the creatures born or awaiting birth have a right to live in the world with peace doc 4 One can not be so vain as to state that one human is any better than another is therefore when once a human destroys a resource beyond recovery than that individual is denying the rights of everyone that follows It is an injustice to deny the God given right to live in peaceful and undisturbed world Denying the earth as a living object some ecologists fail to realize the true repercussions that could and will plague the earth if resources are expended by the current nation and not left for the next doc 16 The Egyptian people believed that without the Nile then their civilization would die Their logic was that if the Nile dried up or was ruined in any way then the dwelling is silent and all fertility is lost The Egyptians also believe that even the Gods would be upset if the Nile were to be tarnished because it would destroy and render the fields that they created useless doc 2 Giving the people dominion
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