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  1. Bryan E. Bannon (2014). Resisting the Domination of Nature. Environmental Philosophy 11 (2):333-358.
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  2. Bryan E. Bannon (2013). From Intrinsic Value to Compassion. Environmental Ethics 35 (3):259-278.
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  3. Bryan E. Bannon (2012). Flesh and Nature: Understanding Merleau-Pontys Relational Ontology. Research in Phenomenology 41 (3):327-357.
    In this paper I attempt to develop several ways Merleau-Ponty's ontology might contribute to an environmental ethic through a redefinition of his concept of flesh in terms of a general theory of affectivity. Currently accepted interpretations of the concept such as those in Abram, Toadvine, Barbaras, and Dastur rely upon conceiving flesh as a perceptual experience. I contest this interpretation and argue that a more productive conception of flesh emerges when understood in terms of Heidegger's philosophy. The paper concludes with (...)
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  4. Bryan E. Bannon (2011). Re-Envisioning Nature. Environmental Ethics 33 (4):415-436.
    The discussion of environmental aesthetics as it relates to ethics has primarily been concerned with how to harmonize aesthetic judgments of nature’s beauty with ecological judgments of nature’s health. This discussion brings to our attention the need for new perceptual norms for the experience of nature. Hence, focusing exclusively on the question of whether a work of “environmental art” is good or bad for the ecological health of a system occludes the important role such works can play in formulating new (...)
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  5. Bryan E. Bannon (2011). Vibrant Matter. Environmental Philosophy 8 (1):121-124.
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  6. Bryan E. Bannon (2009). Animals, Language, and Life. Environmental Philosophy 6 (1):21-34.
    This essay elaborates the meaning of Merleau-Ponty’s conception of life as “a power to invent the visible” by differentiating it from Heidegger’s claim, in The Fundamental Concepts of Metaphysics, that the essence of humanity is to be world-forming. By considering how history and language influence conceptions of life, the essay argues that the various forms of animal life are structurally similar to human life, while at the same time are different insofar as different species exhibit distinct ways of living their (...)
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  7. Bryan E. Bannon (2007). Resumé: Lire Les signes vivants: proposition pour un concept merleau-pontien de l'espece. Chiasmi International 9:111-111.
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  8. Bryan E. Bannon (2007). Riassunto: Leggere i segni vi venti: proposta per un concetto merleau-pontiano di specie. Chiasmi International 9:111-111.
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