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    James F. O.’Brien (1964). Aristotle and Ancient Anticipations of the Law of Inertia. Philosophical Studies 13:53-65.
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    James F. O'Brien (1975). Teilhard and Aristotle. New Scholasticism 49 (4):486-491.
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    James F. O'Brien (1980). Practical Aspects of Teilhard's Vision of Evolution. Philosophical Studies 27:159-175.
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    James F. O'Brien (1970). Some Medieval Anticipations of Inertia. New Scholasticism 44 (3):345-371.
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    James F. O.’Brien (1988). Teilhard's View of Nature and Some Implications for Environmental Ethics. Environmental Ethics 10 (4):329-346.
    Teilhard’s cosmological speculation is a valuable basis for an environmental ethics that perceives individual natural objects as good in themselves and the world as good in itself. Teilhard perceives man as fundamentally part of a cosmic environmental whole that is greater than mankind taken individually or collectively. His holistic views on human biological and psychological and social evolution are, I argue,compatible with a biocentric environmental ethics. I discuss some similarities and differences with the views of the deep ecology movement. I (...)
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    James F. O'Brien (1974). Antimatter. Philosophical Studies 23:152-165.
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    James F. O.’Brien (1964). Aristotle and Ancient Anticipations of the Law of Inertia. Philosophical Studies 13:53-65.
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    James F. O'Brien (1988). Teilhard's View of Nature and Some Implications for Environmental Ethics. Environmental Ethics 10 (4):329-346.
    Teilhard’s cosmological speculation is a valuable basis for an environmental ethics that perceives individual natural objects as good in themselves and the world as good in itself. Teilhard perceives man as fundamentally part of a cosmic environmental whole that is greater than mankind taken individually or collectively. His holistic views on human biological and psychological and social evolution are, I argue,compatible with a biocentric environmental ethics. I discuss some similarities and differences with the views of the deep ecology movement. I (...)
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    James F. O'Brien (1980). Behaviour and Evolution. Philosophical Studies 27:407-409.
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