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    The Culture of Nature Through Mississippian Geographies.Jeff Baldwin - 2006 - Ethics and the Environment 11 (2):13-44.
    : The paper's first interest is in re-forming exploitive human-environment relations. It shows that culture/nature dichotomies are not only false, but obscure the commonality of culture to humans and nonhuman beings and processes. The paper draws upon the Roman genesis of "culture" to describe its function in finding appropriateness among co-evolving human and nonhuman projects. Culture, thus, is the process through which co-eval projects are brought together. The study argues that through dialectic interrelationships, culture works to move biospheric relations towards (...)
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    What Ought I to Eat?Jeff Baldwin - 2013 - Environmental Ethics 35 (3):333-347.
    Humanity’s food production activities profoundly affect our planet’s biosphere. While people commonly apply various ethical frameworks in making food choices, few consider the individual’s relationship with or obligation to our biosphere, the source of all food. A practical ethical framework capable of evaluating the relative biospheric goodness of various food production systems is needed. Toward that end there are three foundational concepts: an elaboration of Marx’s concept of value here extended to incorporate the life activity of all living beings, a (...)
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  3. What Ought I to Eat?: Toward an Ethical Biospheric Political Economy.Jeff Baldwin - 2013 - Environmental Ethics 35 (3):333-347.
    Humanity’s food production activities profoundly affect our planet’s biosphere. While people commonly apply various ethical frameworks in making food choices, few consider the individual’s relationship with or obligation to our biosphere, the source of all food. A practical ethical framework capable of evaluating the relative biospheric goodness of various food production systems is needed. Toward that end there are three foundational concepts: an elaboration of Marx’s concept of value here extended to incorporate the life activity of all living beings, a (...)
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