On nature, Christianity and deep ecology - a response to W. S. Helton and N. D. Helton

Journal of Moral Education 37 (2):245-248 (2008)
Abstract
Establishing factually-based public support for the intrinsic value of nature, vis-agrave-vis a 'domineering' or 'stewardship' relation with the natural environment, necessitates the prior theoretical and methodological establishment of the above normative distinction. In this reply I argue that the Modified New Environmental Paradigm used by Helton and Helton does not address the differences between Christian and deep ecological values by fusing them into one anti-industrial paradigm, thus allowing for the articulation of otherwise false impressions of public support for anti-developmental policies
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