Edited By: D Marietta and L Embree
232 pages, Figs
This collection of new essays by eleven distinguished environmental philosophers addresses two main questions: first, whether environmental philosophy and ethics should be seen as a form of applied philosophy or as something else, perhaps best called practical philosophy; and second, how environmental philosophy is practiced in human life, especially in the lives of academics.
An excellent set of essays. . . .The editors of this volume have performed an important service for environmental philosophers in particular and for environmental activists in general.--Michael Zimmerman
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