An Invitation to Environmental Philosophy
Graduate studies at Western
Anthony Weston (ed.)
OUP USA (1999)
|Abstract||This book is a brief introduction or invitation to the rapidly growing field of environmental philosophy or ethics. Each chapter presents the particular view of its author, yet, the chapters are complementary, exploring key topics from several perspectives. A postscript presents a bibliographical guide to each of the chapters as well as practical steps we may take in confronting current and future environmental issues. It is intended for undergraduate students and for the general reader.|
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