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Environmental Culture: The Ecological Crisis of Reason

Series: Environmental Philosophies

By: Val Plumwood

291 pages, no illustrations

Routledge

Paperback | Dec 2001 | #121462 | ISBN: 0415178789
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Hardback | Dec 2001 | #121461 | ISBN: 0415178770
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About this book

Presents a new picture of how culture must change to accommodate nature.

...a splendid contribution to contemporary debates about environmental issues.


Contents

Introduction 1. The Ecological Crisis of Reason 2. Rationalism and the Ambiguity of Science 3. The Politics of Ecological Rationality 4. Inequality and Ecological Rationality 5. Human-Centredness and its Blindspots 6. Philosophy, Prudence and Anthropocentrism 7. The Ethics of Commodification 8. Towards a Dialogical Interspecies Ethics 9. Unity, Solidarity and Deep Ecology 10. Towards a Spirituality of Place

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