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Gaia Connections An Introduction to Ecology, Ecoethics, and Economics

By: AS Miller
324 pages, no illustrations
Gaia Connections
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The author has assembled a collection of thought-provoking philosophical essays that examine economic, scientific and socio-political issues within the framework of the emerging discipline of deep ecology. The revised edition not only updates these data and the concerns of the original book but also visits a number of new issues: the movement for environmental justice, the connections between global poverty and the now almost universal allegiance to a new world market and free trade system, the progress and the dilemmas of molecular biology and genetic engineering, and the growing disarray within the global systems of political economy.

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By: AS Miller
324 pages, no illustrations
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One of the most stimulating new books to appear in the emerging field of bio and environmental ethicsssss--Carolyn Merchant
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