Political Theory and the Environment: A Reassessment

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Mathew Humphrey
Psychology Press, 2001 - Political Science - 167 pages
This collection offers a sympathetic but critical perspective on contemporary ecological political theory, and gives proposals for a reorientation of some of its key aspects.
 

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Contents

ARTICLES
1
Ecocentrism Weighted Interests and Property
36
Whats Wrong with Ecofeminism? Lucy Sargisson
52
Balancing Political and Ecological Values Niraja Gopal Jayal
65
New Ethics for Old? Or How Not to Think
89
Ten Commandments of How to Fail in
111
Three Conceptions of Irreversibility
138
Abstracts
155
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