Environmental Ethics 4 (1):59-67 (1982)
|Abstract||I criticize John Tallmadge’s attempt to derive an environmental ethic from Buber’s suggestion that we can enter into I-Thou relations with nature. I-Thou relations flourish only with beings who enter into dialogue with us, viz. human beings, and we can value other natural kinds without anthropomorphizing them|
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