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Environmental Ethics: Divergence and Convergence

Textbook

By: Susan J Armstrong and Richard G Botzler

600 pages, no illustrations

McGraw Hill

Paperback | Dec 1998 | Edition: 2 | #87019 | ISBN: 0070061807
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About this book

Designed to help students develop their own environmental ethic, based on a sympathetic but critical look at all the major contemporary approaches, including ecofeminism and multicultural perspectives. This anthology encourages students to incorporate moral, aesthetic, scientific, historical, and economic perspectives in developing their own environmental ethic.


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