Graduate studies at Western
Environmental Ethics 5 (4):345-354 (1983)
|Abstract||The human race is an ongoing entity, not just a collection of individuals. It has interests which are not just the aggregated interests of individual humans. These interests are morally significant and have important implications for environmental ethics|
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