Philosophy Now 85:44-46 (2011)

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Alejandra Mancilla
University of Oslo
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"Avatar" and "Princess Mononoke" as representative of radically different positions in environmental ethics.
Keywords Avatar  Princess Mononoke  environmental ethics
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