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This article explains the basic arguments of Murray Bookchin's idea of social ecology, which has an effective place in environmentalist thinking movement. These arguments have also come to the fore in the ethical debates that arise from the interaction between society and nature. Murray Bookchin presented a new perspective, apart from two key environmental ethics approaches, such as the humanitarian environmental ethics and the living-environmentalist environmental ethics, which are front-line in environmental ethics debates. Murray Bokchin, with the approach of social ecology; has opened up new discussions on original new evaluations of innovation in terms of political ecology, environmental philosophy, green thought and political science, and has added a different dimension to social science-environment debates. In this article, the basic arguments of this different eco-philosophical understanding will be discussed. When you look at the work from this frame; It is claimed that Bookchin's social ecology represents a different environmental ethic approach and is called "humanist ecocentrism". It has been heard that Murray Bookchin has to make such a qualification because he values both "human reality" and "ecological reality" equally, expressing complementarity by questioning the opposite opposition of both reality. Murray Bookchin's view of social ecology can be seen as important in terms of presenting a new disciplinary initiative within ecology/ecology first. In dealing with environmental problems as a social-political problem; has been a significant contributor to the concept of "social ecology" and the discussions taking place within the framework of this concept.

Social Ecology, First Nature, Second Nature, Ecology, Environment

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