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    Avner de-Shalit, Eric Katz, Andrew Light, David Rothenburg, Charles T. Rubin & Terry Hoy (2003). The Environment: Between Theory and Practice. Political Theory 31 (6):871-882.
    When constructing environmental policies in democratic regimes, there is a need for a theory that can be used not only by academics but also by politicians and activists. So why has the major part of environmental ethics failed to penetrate environmental policy and serve as its rationale? Obviously, there is a gap between the questions that environmental philosophers discuss and the issues that motivate environmental activists. Avner de‐Shalit attempts to bridge this gap by combining tools of political philosophy with questions (...)
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  2. Terry Hoy (1990). The Moral Ontology of Charles Taylor: Contra Deconstructivism. Philosophy and Social Criticism 16 (3):207-225.
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    Terry Hoy (1983). Michael Polanyi. Thought: A Journal of Philosophy 58 (4):393-405.
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    Terry Hoy (2000). Toward a Naturalistic Political Theory: Aristotle, Hume, Dewey, Evolutionary Biology, and Deep Ecology. Praeger.
    Hoy seeks to establish a basis for a naturalistic political theory as a continuity from Aristotle through the Enlightenment and Post-Enlightenment contributions ...
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    Terry Hoy (1998). The Political Philosophy of John Dewey: Towards a Constructive Renewal. Praeger.
    Establishes the contemporary relevance of John Dewey's political philosophy.
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  6. Terry Hoy (2001). The Resurgence of Evolutionary Biology: Ethical and Political Implications. Lexington Books.
    In The Resurgence of Evolutionary Biology Terry Hoy charts the intersection between political theory and the intellectual debate over human evolution. The book deals with the contemporary interpretation of Darwinism as an apology for racism, imperialism, and capitalism. Hoy argues that this perspective underlies the contemporary debates between proponents of both genetic and environmental determinants of behavior. In response to several leading thinkers in the field—principally Edward Wilson, Stephen Gould and R. C. Lewontin—Hoy presents the neo-Darwinian synthesis of Edwin Mayr (...)
     
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