Environmental Philosophy

ISSN: 1718-0198

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    Fostering Ecocentric Subjects.Andrea Natan Feltrin - 2024 - Environmental Philosophy 21 (1):31-59.
    This paper introduces self-rewilding, a philosophy prioritizing ecologically aware, ecocentric living. It examines human-environment interactions, advocating for an ecological consciousness and multispecies sensibility. Within this framework, unlike traditional views of nature, “wild” is preferred to signify the interconnectedness of all ecosystem agents. Self-rewilding is presented as a method to foster coexistence and multispecies justice, encouraging societal shifts towards ecocentric practices through ecological re-enchantment and discomfort acceptance. Aimed at enriching lives and catalyzing positive ecological change, this concept underscores the potential for (...)
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    Experiencing a Garden.David Fenner - 2024 - Environmental Philosophy 21 (1):91-107.
    This paper identifies and discusses eight perspectives one can take toward preparing to experience a garden, experiencing it, and then reflecting on that experience. The paper does not argue that one is better than another but rather explores the options, encouraging the garden visitor to adopt a plurality as means to enhance their appreciation of gardens.
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    Nina Lykke. Vibrant Death: A Posthuman Phenomenology of Mourning.Joshua Jones - 2024 - Environmental Philosophy 21 (1):109-112.
  4. Tilo Wesche. Die Rechte der Natur: Vom nachhaltigen Eigentum.Matthias Kramm - 2024 - Environmental Philosophy 21 (1):113-116.
    In this book review, I summarize the main argument of Tilo Wesche's book "Die Rechte der Natur: Vom nachhaltigen Eigentum" (The rights of Nature: On sustainable ownership) and conclude with a critical appraisal.
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    Introductory Notes to the Spring 2024 Issue of Environmental Philosophy.Marjolein Oele, Jeremy Bendik-Keymer, Russell Duvernoy, Daniele Fulvi & Hayden Kee - 2024 - Environmental Philosophy 21 (1):1-4.
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    Nancy Tuana. Racial Climates, Ecological Indifference: An Ecointersectional Analysis.Emily Anne Parker - 2024 - Environmental Philosophy 21 (1):117-119.
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    Kantian Animal Ethics, Deep Dignity, and the Moral Game.Inês Salgueiro - 2024 - Environmental Philosophy 21 (1):5-29.
    This paper explores Kant’s concept of dignity to claim that animals deserve moral consideration. The central notion in the paper is of that of “moral game,” a hypothetical scenario that illustrates our obligations to cooperate with rational agents and the natural world. This game displays how rational agents can collaborate with non-rational animals despite their inability to engage in reciprocal legislation. From reflection on what this game shows and by introducing a notion of “deep dignity,” I argue that rational beings (...)
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    Cameron Fioret. The Ethics of Water: From Commodification to Common Ownership.Kevin Siefert - 2024 - Environmental Philosophy 21 (1):120-123.
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    Cybernetic or Machinic Ecology? Guattari’s Parting Ways with Bateson.Julie Van der Wielen - 2024 - Environmental Philosophy 21 (1):61-89.
    In this article, I examine the relation between Bateson and Guattari’s ecological thoughts: two thinkers whose ecological ideas at first sight have a lot in common. In order to show the difference between the thoughts of both thinkers, I will take my clue from Guattari’s remark that he parts ways with Bateson on the role of context. Explaining the role of context in both authors will allow me to show how Guattari’s thought implies both an endorsement and a critique of (...)
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