Environmental Ethics: An Anthology

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Andrew Light, Holmes Rolston, III
Wiley, Aug 16, 2002 - Philosophy - 568 pages
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Environmental Ethics: An Anthology brings together both classic and cutting-edge essays which have formed contemporary environmental ethics, ranging from the welfare of animals versus ecosystems to theories of the intrinsic value of nature.

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A scholarly collection of 40 essays, some classic, some cutting-edge, on themes including the welfare of animals versus ecosystems, the intrinsic value of nature, deep ecology, ecofeminism, and wilderness preservation. Read full review

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p516 我们确实在对于我们自身以及我们与环境的关系的观念方面面临危机。
p517 a framework of ideas

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Andrew Light is Assistant Professor of Environmental Philosophy at New York University, and Research Fellow at the Institute for Environment, Philosophy, and Public Policy at Lancaster University, UK. He has edited or co-edited thirteen books, including Environmental Pragmatism (1996), Social Ecology after Bookchin (1999), and Technology and the Good Life (2000). He is also co-editor of the journal Philosophy and Geography and President of the Society for Philosophy and Technology.

Holmes Rolston III is University Distinguished Professor and Professor of Philosophy at Colorado State University. He is often called “the father of environmental ethics” as an academic discipline and was featured in Fifty Key Thinkers on the Environment (2001). He is author of numerous books including Philosophy Gone Wild (1986), Environmental Ethics (1988), Conserving Natural Value (1997), and Genes, Genesis and God (1999). He is past president of the International Society for Environmental Ethics.

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