Environmental Philosophy: From Animal Rights to Radical Ecology
Michael E. Zimmerman, J. Baird Callicott
Prentice Hall, 1998 - Philosophy - 463 pages
These 25 contributions discuss current problems in the areas of environmental ethics, deep ecology, ecofeminism, and political ecology. Topics include free-market and socialist environmentalism, sustainable development, social ecology, bioregionalism, ecotage, and ways for environmental ethicists t
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PART ONE ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
Is There a Need for a New an Environmental Ethic?
All Animals Are Equal
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Aldo Leopold anthropocentrism approach argue argument Arne Naess attitude basic biocentric biological bioregional biotic community Bookchin claim concept concern connections conservation context critical critique culture deep ecology deep ecology movement defend diversity dominations of women dualism earth ecocentric ecofeminism ecofeminist ecological crisis ecologists ecology movement economic Ecosophy ecosystems ecotage environment Environmental Ethics environmental philosophy environmentalists equality essay evolutionary example feminism feminist forests forms framework global Green harm Harold Glasser holistic human individual industrial inherent interests intrinsic value issues kind land ethic Leopold liberal living things logical moral considerability Murray Bookchin natural world nonhuman norms organism perspective plants political pollution principle problem protection question radical reason relation relationship respect responsible ronmental sense sentience Sierra social ecology society species theory tion traditional University Press utilitarian Western wild wilderness wildlife women and nature York