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Yeuk-Sze Lo [3]Yeuk-Sze Norva Lo [2]
  1. Andrew Brennan & Yeuk-Sze Lo (forthcoming). Ethics, Environmental. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
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  2. Yeuk-Sze Lo (1999). Natural and Artifactual: Restored Nature as Subject. Environmental Ethics 21 (3):247-266.
    It has been argued that human restoration of nature is morally problematic because artificially restored natural entities are artifacts, which are ontologically different from natural entities and hence essentially devoid of the moral standing that natural entities have. I discuss the alleged assimilation of restored natural entities to artifacts, and argue that it does not follow from the ontological differences, if any, between the artifactual and the natural that the former is morally inferior to the latter. This defense against the (...)
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  3. Yeuk-Sze Lo (1999). Natural and Artifactual. Environmental Ethics 21 (3):247-266.
    It has been argued that human restoration of nature is morally problematic because artificially restored natural entities are artifacts, which are ontologically different from natural entities and hence essentially devoid of the moral standing that natural entities have. I discuss the alleged assimilation of restored natural entities to artifacts, and argue that it does not follow from the ontological differences, if any, between the artifactual and the natural that the former is morally inferior to the latter. This defense against the (...)
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