Environmental philosophy: from animal rights to radical ecology
Michael E. Zimmerman
Prentice Hall PTR, 1993 - Nature - 437 pages
Edited by a team of nationally-recognized experts, this anthology features the best available selections -- some written especially for this volume.Conceptually focused and easily manageable, this book is divided into five sections that explore the full spectrum of concerns in contemporary Eco-philosophy -- Environmental Ethics, Deep Ecology, Ecofeminism, Political Ecology, Animal Liberation/Rights.
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Aldo Leopold anthropocentric argues Arne Naess attitude Baird Callicott basic behavior biocentric biological biosphere biotic community Bookchin Callicott claim concept concern connections conservation context critical critique culture deep ecology deep ecology movement dialectical domination of nature dominations of women dualism earth ecocentric ecofeminism ecofeminist ecologists ecology movement ecology's economic Ecosophy ecosystems egalitarian emergence environment Environmental Ethics environmental philosophy essay evolution evolutionary example exploitation feminism feminist forests forms framework fundamental harm human Ibid individual industrial instrumental interests intrinsic value issues kind land ethic Leopold living things logic Marx Marx's means moral considerability Murray Bookchin natural world nonhuman nature normative objective obligation oppressive organic perspective plants political principle problem protection question radical rational reason relation relationship respect Sand County Almanac sense sentience Singer social ecology society species theory tion traditional utilitarian Western wild wilderness women and nature