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Ecological Feminism

Edited By: Karen J Warren
Publisher: Routledge
Ecological Feminism
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The first collection to focus exclusively on the philosophical aspects of ecological feminism.

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Preface Introduction Karen J. Warren Is Ecofeminism Feminst? Victoria Davion Wrongs of Passage: Three Challenges to the Maturing of Ecofeminism Deborah Slicer Rethinking Again: A Defense of Ecofeminist Philosophy Douglas J. Buege The Ecopolitics Debate and the Politics of Nature Val Plumwood Ecofeminism, Deep Ecology, and Human Population Christine J. Cuomo The Limits of Partiality: Ecofeminism, Animal Rights, and Environmental Concern David Kenneth Johnson and Kathleen R. Johnson Towards an Ecofeminist Moral Epistemology Lori Gruen Restructuring the Discursive Moral Subject in Ecological Feminism Phillip Payne Nature/Theory/Difference: Ecofeminism and the Reconstruction of Environmental Ethics Jim Cheney Toward an Ecofeminist Peace Politics Karen J. Warren Biographical Sketches of Contributors

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Edited By: Karen J Warren
Publisher: Routledge
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