Wilderness and heritage values

Environmental Ethics 7 (2):165-170 (1985)
Some proponents of the preservation of American wildemess-for example, Aldo Leopold-have argued in terms of the role of wildemess in forming and maintaining a set of distinctive national character traits. l examine and defend the value judgment implicit in Leopold’s argument. The value of one's cultural heritage is, I contend, as important and valid as other familiar goods appealed to in defense of social policy
Keywords Wilderness  social policy
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DOI 10.5840/enviroethics19857219
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