A full-length discussion of the green political movement, which Goodin argues is informed by a single, coherent moral vision. `A critical reconstruction of green political thinking, crisply written and very accessible...full of arguments that any green should think hard about'.
'A critical reconstruction of green political thinking, crisply written and very accessible ... full of arguments that any green should think hard about.' Onora O'Neill, Newnham College, Cambridge '... A useful introduction to green literature. This book makes an invaluable contribution to the study and practice of green politics' Political Science 'Goodin's green theory of value is the impressive intellectual centrepiece of his book and it deserves a great deal of attention. No less important, though, is his radical distinction between value and agency ... Two substantial talking points are more than we get from most books, and I hope that this one is read widely.' Times Higher Education Supplement 'Goodin's elaboration of the green theory of value is courageous and challenging.' Political Quarterly 'This book scores highly for readability and analytical clarity. It brings a structure to green political thought that anyone studying the theoretical or practical problems of green politics would do well to consider.' Radical Philosophy 'Combines clear thinking with ecological commitment. Green Political Theory is a novel and thought provoking book.' Times Literary Supplement
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