Mining Morality: Prospecting for Ethics in a Wounded World

Fortress Academic (2019)

Abstract
In this book, William P. George examines both the morality of mining – what’s good and not so good about resource extraction – and the mining of morality, thereby bringing mining closer to the center of personal and collective moral consciousness.
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