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" The evolution of a land ethic is an intellectual as well as emotional process. Conservation is paved with good intentions which prove to be futile, or even dangerous, because they are devoid of critical understanding either of the land, or of economic... "
Aldo Leopold and the Ecological Conscience - Page xi
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The Norton Book of Nature Writing

Robert Finch, John Elder - Natural history. - 1990 - 921 pages
...Moses wrote a tentative summary of it for a "seminar." I say tentative because evolution never stops. The evolution of a land ethic is an intellectual as...critical understanding either of the land, or of economic land-use. I think it is a truism that as the ethical frontier advances from the individual to the community,...
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Thinking Like a Mountain: Aldo Leopold and the Evolution of an Ecological ...

Susan L. Flader - Nature - 1994 - 320 pages
When initially published more than twenty years ago, Thinking Like a Mountain was the first of a handful of efforts to capture the work and thought of America's most ...
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Law and the Environment: A Multidisciplinary Reader

Robert V. Percival, Dorothy C. Alevizatos - Law - 1997 - 439 pages
...preserve the integrity, stability, and beauty of the biotic community. It is wrong when it tends otherwise The evolution of a land ethic is an intellectual as...critical understanding either of the land, or of economic land-use. I think it is a truism that as the ethical frontier advances from the individual to the community,...
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Thinking Through the Environment: A Reader

Mark J. Smith - Nature - 1999 - 435 pages
This broad ranging and thought provoking set of readings stresses the diversity of responses in the way the natural environment has been understood and questioned in the modern ...
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Shaping the Sierra: Nature, Culture, and Conflict in the Changing West

Timothy P. Duane - Nature - 1999 - 623 pages
The rural west is at a crossroads, and the Sierra Nevada is at the center of this social and economic change. The Sierra Nevada landscape has always been valued for its bounty ...
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Environmental Ethics and Forestry: A Reader

Peter C. List - Nature - 2000 - 364 pages
...Moses wrote a tentative summary of it for a "seminar." I say tentative because evolution never stops. The evolution of a land ethic is an intellectual as...critical understanding either of the land, or of economic land-use. I think it is a truism that as the ethical frontier advances from the individual to the community,...
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Applied Ethics: Critical Concepts in Philosophy, Volume 4

Ruth F. Chadwick, Doris Schroeder - Applied ethics - 2002 - 363 pages
...Moses wrote a tentative summary of it for a 'seminar.' I say tentative because evolution never stops. The evolution of a land ethic is an intellectual as...critical understanding either of the land, or of economic land-use. I think it is a truism that as the ethical frontier advances from the individual to the community,...
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Nature Writing: The Tradition in English

Robert Finch, John Elder - Nature - 2002 - 1152 pages
...Moses wrote a tentative summary of it for a "seminar." I say tentative because evolution never stops. ? < < < >@ land-use. I think it is a truism that as the ethical frontier advances from the individual to the community,...
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Environmentalism: Critical Concepts, Volume 1

David Pepper, Frank Webster, George Revill - Environmentalism - 2003 - 456 pages
...Moses wrote a tentative summary of it for a 'seminar.' I say tentative because evolution never stops. The evolution of a land ethic is an intellectual as...critical understanding either of the land, or of economic land-use. I think it is a truism that as the ethical frontier advances from the individual to the community,...
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Reconstructing Conservation: Finding Common Ground

Ben A. Minteer, Robert E. Manning - Business & Economics - 2003 - 417 pages
...would not suffice. To do that, conservation required a solid grounding in ecology and economics: when "devoid of critical understanding either of the land, or of economic land use," 24 conservation could be "futile, or even dangerous." Conservation also required "an internal change...
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