1. Meg Holden (2002). A Reply to David Abrams. Environmental Ethics 24 (1):111-112.
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  2. Meg Holden (2001). Phenomenology Versus Pragmatism. Environmental Ethics 23 (1):37-56.
    In this paper, I challenge the work of David Abram, who makes a case for phenomenology as the only philosophical tradition amenable to restoring balanced human-nature relationships. While phenomenology provides a useful conceptual framework for understanding the environmental ethics of oral cultures, this paper considers the tradition of American pragmatism to be more applicable to theenvironmental task at hand: devising an environmental ethic of reform for modern, capitalist, Western culture. The application of phenomenology and pragmatism to environmental ethics is compared (...)
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