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Environmental Ethics An Introduction with Readings

By: John Benson
295 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Routledge
Environmental Ethics
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Introductory textbook on ethical issues about the environment and our involvement with it. Contects include: `The cultural approach to conservation biology' by Bryan G. Norton; `The environmental ethic' by Edward O. Wilson; `Economic valuation of environmental goods' by David Pearce; `Tragedy of the commons' by Garrett Hardin; and `Identification, oneness, wholeness and self-realization' by Arne Naess.


Introduction 1. Environments and environmental ethics 2. Environmental goods and human well-being 3. Environmental goods and the problem of cooperation 4. Environmental virtues 5. What entities have independent moral status? 6. Relating to nature 1: following nature 7. Relating to nature 2: on being a part of nature Readings: 1. 'Environmental ethics in practice' Richard and Val Routley 2. 'The Cultural Approach to Conservation Biology' Bryan G. Norton 3. 'The environmental ethic' Edward O. Wilson 4. 'Neither Use nor Ornament: A Consumers' Guide to Care' Jane Howarth 5. 'Economic valuation of environmental goods' David Pearce, Anil Markandya and Edward D. Barber 6. 'A reply to some criticisms' David Pearce 7. 'The Tragedy of the Commons' Garrett Hardin 8. 'Game theory analysis' J.L. Mackie 9. 'Wonder' R.W. Hepburn 10. 'Science, wonder and lust of the eyes' John O'Neill 11. 'Respect for Nature' Paul W. Taylor 12. 'Nature' John Stuart Mill 13. 'Can and Ought We to Follow Nature?' Holmes Rolston III 14. 'Identification, oneness, wholeness and self-realization' Arne Naess 15. 'Transpersonal ecology and the varieties of identification' Warwick Fox 16. 'Nature, Self and Gender: Feminism, Environmental Philosophy and the Critique of Rationalism' Val Plumwood 17. Environmental verses Philip Larkin, G.M. Hopkins, W.H. Auden Revision test Answers to revision test Bibliography Index

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By: John Benson
295 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Routledge
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