Respect for Nature: A Theory of Environmental Ethics

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Princeton University Press, 1986 - Philosophy - 329 pages
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Some environmental philosophers stress our duty to prevent environmental deterioration because of our obligations to future generations of human inhabitants of the earth (cf. H. J. McCloskey's ... Read full review

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This book is about why animals and plants deserve respect. It's got some flaws, but is pretty well argued. Over all, it makes a lot of sense. Read full review

Contents

II
3
III
14
IV
25
V
33
VI
41
VII
47
VIII
53
IX
59
XIX
156
XX
169
XXI
192
XXII
198
XXIII
219
XXIV
226
XXV
241
XXVI
245

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XI
71
XII
80
XIII
90
XIV
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XV
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XVI
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XVII
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XVIII
129
XXVII
251
XXVIII
256
XXIX
260
XXX
263
XXXI
307
XXXII
310
XXXIII
315
XXXIV
325
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Paul W. Taylor is professor emeritus of philosophy at Brooklyn College, City University of New York.

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