1. T. J. Donahue (2010). Anthropocentrism and the Argument From Gaia Theory. Ethics and the Environment 15 (2):51-77.
    Anthropocentrism is the view that the only things valuable in themselves are: human beings; their desires, needs, and purposes; and the satisfaction of those. In turn, Gaia theory holds that the Earth and all creatures on it constitute something akin to a super-organism—a vast living being. This paper aims to show that if Gaia theory is true, then it is likely that anthropocentrism is false. Hence, in the words of green politician Jonathon Porritt (1987, 207), “Were such a hypothesis [confirmed], (...)
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  2. T. J. Donahue (2010). Terrorism & the Types of Wrongdoing. Public Affairs Quarterly 24 (3).
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