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    Charles J. List (1997). Is Hunting a Right Thing? Environmental Ethics 19 (4):405-416.
    I argue that sport hunting is a right thing according to Leopold’s land ethic. First, I argue that what Leopold means by a “thing” (“A thing is right . . .”) is not a human action, as is generally assumed, but rather a practice of conservation that is an activity connecting humans to the land. Such an “outdoor” activity emphasizes internal rewards and the achievement of excellence according to standards which at least partially define the activity. To say that hunting (...)
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    Charles J. List (2015). An Ontology for the Land Ethic. Environmental Ethics 37 (4):411-424.
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    Charles J. List (2005). The Virtues of Wild Leisure. Environmental Ethics 27 (4):355-373.
    The land ethic of Aldo Leopold has increasingly received attention as an example of an environmental virtue ethic. However, an important remaining question is how to cultivate and transmit environmental virtues. The answer to this question can be found in the pursuit of wild leisure. The classical view of leisure primarily as articulated in Aristotle’s Politics provides a good starting point for an examination of wild leisure. Leopold thought wild leisure was important and associated it with his land ethic. Leopold’s (...)
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    Charles J. List (1997). On Angling as an Act of Cruelty. Environmental Ethics 19 (3):333-334.
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  5. Charles J. List (2013). Hunting, Fishing, and Environmental Virtue: Reconnecting Sportsmanship and Conservation. Oregon State University Press.
    Do hunting and fishing lead to the development of environmental virtues? This question is at the heart of philosopher Charles List’s engaging study, which provides a defense of field sports when they are practiced and understood in an ethical manner. In his argument, List examines the connection between certain activities and the development of virtue in the classical sources, such as Aristotle and Plato. He then explores the work of Aldo Leopold, identifying three key environmental virtues that field sports instill (...)
     
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  6. Charles J. List (1990). Library Research Guide to Philosophy. Pierian Press.
     
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