Ecosystem Sustainability as a Criterion for Genuine Virtue

Environmental Ethics 23 (3):227-241 (2001)
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I propose an ecologically attuned criterion for genuine virtue, namely, the criterion of ecosustainable virtue: a genuine virtue includes the goal of ensuring ecosystem sustainability. I show how this criterion emerges from environmental practice and how it can be supported by syllogistic reasoning
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