By: Laura Westra
269 pages, no illustrations
In this sequel to An Environmental Proposal for Ethics, Prof Westra spells out the practical and policy decisions which follow from the 'principle of integrity'. She argues that a shift from anthropocentric to ecocentric values is necessary.
This is a work rich in ideas . . . it is certainly stimulating to have the ecocentric position stated in such a forthright manner.--Ian Thompson "Journal Of Environmental Planning and Management, 42(5) "
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