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The Resource Environmental philosophy : from animal rights to radical ecology, Michael E. Zimmerman ... [et al.]

Environmental philosophy : from animal rights to radical ecology, Michael E. Zimmerman ... [et al.]

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Environmental philosophy : from animal rights to radical ecology
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Environmental philosophy
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from animal rights to radical ecology
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Michael E. Zimmerman ... [et al.]
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Contents
  • Animal rights, human wrongs
  • Tom Regan
  • On being morally considerable
  • Kenneth E. Goodpaster
  • The ethics of respect for nature
  • Paul W. Taylor
  • Challenges in environmental ethics
  • Holmes Rolston III
  • The land ethic
  • Aldo Leopold
  • 1.
  • Holistic environmental ethics and the problem of ecofacism
  • J. Baird Callicott
  • Animal rights and environmental ethics, back together again
  • J. Baird Callicott--
  • 2.
  • Ecofeminism and social justice
  • Introduction
  • Karen J. Warren
  • Ecofeminism, toward global justice and planetary health
  • Greta Gaard and Lori Gruen
  • Environmental ethics
  • The impoverishment of the environment, women and children last
  • Vandana Shiva
  • Ethics and the eco/feminist self
  • Chris Cuomo
  • Ecofeminism and environmental ethics, a materialist ecofeminist perspective
  • Mary Mellor
  • Naturalizing race, indigenous women and white goddesses
  • Nöel Sturgeon
  • The power and the promise of ecofeminism, revisited
  • Karen J. Warren
  • Introduction
  • 3.
  • Environmental continental philosophy
  • Introduction
  • Irene Klaver
  • Nature as origin and difference, on environmental philosophy and continental thought
  • Steven Vogel
  • What is ecophenomenology?
  • David Wood
  • Naturalizing phenomenology
  • Ted Toadvine
  • J. Baird Callicott
  • A sense of the whole, toward an understanding of acid mine drainage in the West
  • Robert Frodeman
  • Stone worlds, phenomenology on (the) rocks
  • Irene J. Klaver
  • 4.
  • Political ecology
  • Introduction
  • John Clark
  • Ecofacism, an enduring temptation
  • Michael E. Zimmerman
  • Is there a need for a new, an environmental, ethic?
  • Free market versus political environmentalism
  • Terry L. Anderson and Donald R. Leal
  • A declaration of sustainability
  • Paul Hawken
  • With liberty for some, a liberal critique of Libertarian environmental policy
  • Ernest Partridge
  • Socialism and ecology
  • James O'Connor
  • What is social ecology?
  • Murray Bookchin
  • Richard Sylan (Routley)
  • Against the megamachine, empire and the earth
  • David Watson
  • All animals are equal
  • Peter Singer
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4th ed.
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viii, 495 p.
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9780131126954

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