By: AS Miller
324 pages, no illustrations
The author has assembled a collection of thought-provoking philosophical essays that examine economic, scientific and socio-political issues within the framework of the emerging discipline of deep ecology. The revised edition not only updates these data and the concerns of the original book but also visits a number of new issues: the movement for environmental justice, the connections between global poverty and the now almost universal allegiance to a new world market and free trade system, the progress and the dilemmas of molecular biology and genetic engineering, and the growing disarray within the global systems of political economy.
One of the most stimulating new books to appear in the emerging field of bio and environmental ethicsssss--Carolyn Merchant
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