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  1. Geoffrey Frasz (2012). Philip Cafaro and Ronald Sandler, Eds. , Virtue Ethics and the Environment . Reviewed By. Philosophy in Review 32 (4):240-244.
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  2. Geoffrey Frasz (2009). Character and Environment. Environmental Ethics 31 (2):203-208.
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  3. Geoffrey Frasz (2009). The Howl of the Predator. Environmental Ethics 31 (2):223-224.
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  4. Geoffrey Frasz (2008). The Ecological Life. Environmental Philosophy 5 (1):100-104.
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  5. Geoffrey B. Frasz (2001). What is Environmental Virtue Ethics That We Should Be Mindful of It? Philosophy in the Contemporary World 8 (2):5-14.
    There has been increased interest in developing what I call environmental virtue ethics (EVE). This paper presents some of the centralfeatures of this project. The first part is a general description of EVE, showing why there is a need for it. The second part spells out the central features of EVE including an account of the good life as flourishing in an expanded or mixed biotic community, and provides a tentative list of important environmental virtues. The third part examines one (...)
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  6. Geoffrey B. Frasz (1993). Environmental Virtue Ethics: A New Direction for Environmental Ethics. Environmental Ethics 15 (3):259-274.
    In this essay, I first extend the insights of virtue ethics into environmental ethics and examine the possible dangers of this approach. Second, I analyze some qualities of character that an environmentally virtuous person must possess. Third, I evaluate “humility” as an environmental virtue, specifically, the position of Thomas E. Hill, Jr. I conclude that Hill’s conception of “proper” humility can be more adequatelyexplicated by associating it with another virtue, environmental “openness.”.
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  7. Geoffrey B. Frasz (1993). Environmental Virtue Ethics. Environmental Ethics 15 (3):259-274.
    In this essay, I first extend the insights of virtue ethics into environmental ethics and examine the possible dangers of this approach. Second, I analyze some qualities of character that an environmentally virtuous person must possess. Third, I evaluate “humility” as an environmental virtue, specifically, the position of Thomas E. Hill, Jr. I conclude that Hill’s conception of “proper” humility can be more adequatelyexplicated by associating it with another virtue, environmental “openness.”.
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