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The Resource Ethics of nature : a map, Angelika Krebs ; with a foreword by Bernard Williams

Ethics of nature : a map, Angelika Krebs ; with a foreword by Bernard Williams

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Ethics of nature : a map
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Ethics of nature
Title remainder
a map
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Angelika Krebs ; with a foreword by Bernard Williams
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eng
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Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
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  • bibliography
Series statement
  • Perspectives in analytical philosophy =
  • Perspektiven der analytischen Philosophie
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Bd. 22
Ethics of nature : a map, Angelika Krebs ; with a foreword by Bernard Williams
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Ethics of nature : a map, Angelika Krebs ; with a foreword by Bernard Williams
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Includes bibliographical references (pages [139]-156) and index
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online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
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multicolored
Content category
text
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Contents
  • A Definition of "Nature" for Environmental Ethics
  • Oikos, Cosmos, and the Human Body
  • Conservation versus Cultivation of Nature
  • Ethics
  • The Object of Ethics and the Distinction between Intrinsic and Instrumental Value
  • Good Human Life and Right Human Life
  • Good Human Life
  • The Core
  • Basic Options
  • Luxury
  • Guest Foreword
  • The Well-Being and the Agency Aspect of Good Human Life
  • The Hedonistic Challenge
  • Three Forms of Pleasure
  • An Answer to the Hedonistic Challenge
  • The Objection to Paternalism
  • Moral Concern and Self-Interest
  • The Hermeneutics and the Justification of Moral Culture
  • Anthropocentrism versus Physiocentrism
  • The Boundaries of the Moral Universe - "Extensional Anthropocentrism" versus "Extensional Physiocentrism"
  • The Absolute Strategy in the Ethics of Nature - "Epistemic Anthropocentrism" versus "Epistemic Physiocentrism"
  • Bernard Williams
  • Seven Anthropocentric Arguments for the Value of Nature
  • The Basic Needs Argument
  • Classical Thoughts
  • The Argument
  • Lost Peace with Nature? The Need for Environmental History
  • Some Reasons Why the Basic Needs Argument Is Not as Effective as You Might Expect
  • Two Versions of the Basic Needs Argument which Incorporate Intrinsic Value Claims for Nature
  • "Nature Knows Best"
  • The Motivational Version
  • The Aisthesis Argument
  • Synopsis of Argument
  • Literary Thoughts
  • The Argument
  • Why an Ethics of Nature?
  • The Philosophical Discipline of the Ethics of Nature
  • The Objective of This Study
  • Basic Concepts
  • Nature
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online
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