'Piracy' on the high seas: An analysis of Bratton's sea ethic

Ethics and the Environment 12 (2):93-115 (2007)

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: In "Thinking Like a Mackerel," Susan Power Bratton attempts to develop a sea ethic based on the writings of Rachel Carson. This article critically evaluates Bratton's position using an analysis of a contemporary problem on the high seas as a basis: the theft of the Patagonian tooth fish in the Southern Ocean. Various possibilities for providing philosophical and legal bases for the protection of the sea realm are explored
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DOI 10.2979/ETE.2007.12.2.93
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