Temperance and Environmental Concerns

Ethical Perspectives 10 (2):118-128 (2003)
In this article I examine the question whether classical virtue ethics, specifically the virtue of moderation, can still be of any significance for one of the major problems of our times: the environment. Can the virtue of moderation make a meaningful contribution to environmental ethics?
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DOI 10.2143/EP.10.2.503876
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