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This is a Must-Have!!! Aug. 24 2008
By Keith A. Bustos - Published on
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This is a compilation of numerous important and influential articles published in the field of environmental ethics. To fully understand and contribute to the field of environmental ethics, (I think) one should read most (if not all) of the articles published in this anthology. Furthermore, if you're teaching a course on environmental philosophy, this anthology will save you precious time and energy since it contains many of the paradigmatic works within the field.
Five Stars July 4 2014
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This was a required college text book.
Legible March 24 2014
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There were some pages that weren't aligned properly. All material was still legible, however the discrepancy was a bit bothersome.
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Confusing June 23 2012
By S. Hunter - Published on
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This book was assigned for a philosophy class and as previous people have mentioned is excessively wordy. Instead of getting to the point and giving details and more information, it seems the authors were dancing around the main points in effort to make this book and this topic more difficult than it needs to be. It may in effort turn people off towards this very important topic.
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The flaky kind of environmentalism March 11 2010
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Environmental ethics is an extremely important subject, but it is not best served by squishy articles about deep ecology and ecofeminism. Philosophers from David Schmidtz to Carol Rose have written brilliantly about pollution, climate change, and conservation. Unfortunately, none of these articles is represented in this volume. If you're in the market for a serious discussion of environmentalism, and environmental policy, check out Eban Goodstein's Economics and the Environment. Unlike most of the articles in this volume, it is both sympathetic to environmental goals and clearly written.