The Environmental Ethics and Policy Book: Philosophy, Ecology, Economics

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Wadsworth Pub., 1998 - Environmental ethics - 673 pages
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Intended for courses in Environmental Ethics, Environmental Studies, and Environmental Policy in philosophy, environmental studies, and science departments.

This text and sourcebook crosses disciplinary boundaries and attends seriously to economic reasoning and its implications for environmental policy issues while taking a broad view of questions of ethics. It is appropriate and valuable not only for philosophy and environmental science students but also for students of economics, biology, engineering, and public policy.

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Contents

Religious and Cultural Perspectives
43
For God So Loved the World Andrew Linzey
55
Alternative Views of Nature Nina Rosenstand
59
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Pierce is professor of philosophy at North Carolina State University. Her articles on ethics and feminism have appeared in many journals and anthologies.

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