W. De Gruyter (1999)

Angelika Krebs
University of Basel
Krebs (philosophy, U. of Frankfurt, Germany) provides a systematic study of whether nature has intrinsic value or is only valuable for human beings, with an ...
Keywords Philosophy of nature  Environmental ethics
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Call number BD581.K65 1999
ISBN(s) 3110158299   9783110158298   3110158302
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