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  1. Louke van Wensveen (2001). Attunement. Philosophy in the Contemporary World 8 (2):67-78.
    Within an environmental virtue ethic belongs moderation for the sake of ecojustice. Named attunement, this virtue both resembles and differs from Aristotelian and Thomistic articulations of temperance. Principally expressed as frugality and moderation in diet, it includes: sensitivity to limits, acceptance of limits, joyous contentment, creativity, and readiness to sacrifice.
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  2. Louke van Wensveen (2001). Ecosystem Sustainability as a Criterion for Genuine Virtue. Environmental Ethics 23 (3):227-241.
    I propose an ecologically attuned criterion for genuine virtue, namely, the criterion of ecosustainable virtue: a genuine virtue includes the goal of ensuring ecosystem sustainability. I show how this criterion emerges from environmental practice and how it can be supported by syllogistic reasoning.
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  3. Louke van Wensveen (2000). Dirty Virtues: The Emergence of Ecological Virtue Ethics. Humanity Books.
  4. Louke van Wensveen (1997). Dirty Virtues. Humanities Press.
  5. Louke M. van Wensveen (1995). Is Toughness a Business Virtue? International Journal of Applied Philosophy 9 (2):15-25.
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