How to be a green liberal: nature, value and liberal philosophy
How to be a Green Liberal takes us back to the corequestion: what should nature itself mean to us? It therebyredefines the debate on greening liberalism - for years to come, we shall be forced to struggle with Hailwoodżs ideas.
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