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For People and the Planet Holism and Humanism in Environmental Ethics

For People and the Planet
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The prevailing view of nature has begun to move away from a traditionally Western humans-apart-from-nature attitude towards one that sees humans as part of nature. These changes are described and analysed here, with Marietta arguing that this represents a philosophical shift to a new holistic model of environmental ethics.

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Foreword Holmes Rolston, III Introduction 1. Changing Perspectives on Nature 2. Holistic Philosophy and Ethics 3. Holism and Individuals 4. Anthropocentrism in Environmental Ethics 5. Knowledge of the Good and the Bad 6. Deciding What We Should Do 7. The Status of Values in Nature 8. Contextual Environmental Ethics 9. Moral Pluralism 10. Moral Disagreement 11. The Moral Adequacy of Humanistic Holism Notes Bibliography Index

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By: DE Marietta
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