Essays in Philosophy

ISSN: 1526-0569

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  1. How to Be Perfect, by Michael Schur.Kaylen Addison - 2024 - Essays in Philosophy 25 (1):50-53.
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  2. In Defense of the Human Being: Foundational Questions of an Embodied Anthropology, by Thomas Fuchs.Robert P. Doede - 2024 - Essays in Philosophy 25 (1):54-61.
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    The Virtue of Shallow Environmentalism.Allison Fritz - 2024 - Essays in Philosophy 25 (1):6-28.
    Pro-environmental behaviors symbolic of the three R’s—reduce, reuse, recycle—are focused on individual consumption and use patterns. These traditional environmentalist behaviors—what I shall call “shallow environmentalism”—are vulnerable to the problem of inconsequentialism, in that a single individual engaging in them does little to combat or mitigate climate change. Indeed, some argue that continued occupation with shallow environmental behaviors such as recycling and reducing travel gets in the way of fighting climate change by inappropriately focusing blame on individuals, wasting energy on ineffective (...)
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  4. Introduction.Benjamin Hole - 2024 - Essays in Philosophy 25 (1):1-5.
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  5. A Philosophy of the Art School, by Michael Newall.Kate McCallum - 2024 - Essays in Philosophy 25 (1):65-70.
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  6. Scary Smart: The Future of Artificial Intelligence and How You Can Save Our World, by Mo Gawdat.James E. Murray - 2024 - Essays in Philosophy 25 (1):62-64.
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    In Vitro Meat Technology and Environmental Virtue Ethics.Rachel Robison-Greene - 2024 - Essays in Philosophy 25 (1):29-49.
    Human beings have always used technology to navigate the world around them. Some of it has had devastating consequences for the environment. In particular, technology that made industrial animal agriculture possible has led to climate change, deforestation, loss of biodiversity, pollution of water, and soil desertification among other environmental impacts. Cell cultured or in vitro meat has the potential to satisfy the same demand while reducing impacts on the environment. Many of the moral arguments offered in favor of in vitro (...)
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