Foreword: Hunting as Philosophy (David Petersen).
Picking Up the Trail: An Introduction to Hunting - Philosophy for Everyone (Nathan Kowalsky).
Part I: The Good, the Bad, and the Hunter.
1 Taking a Shot: Hunting in the Crosshairs (Jesús Ilundáin-Agurruza).
2 But They Can't Shoot Back: What Makes Fair Chase Fair? (Theodore Vitali).
3 A Shot in the Dark: The Dubious Prospects of Environmental Hunting (Lisa Kretz).
4 Hunting Like a Vegetarian: Same Ethics, Different Flavors (Tovar Cerulli).
5 What You Can't Learn from Cartoons: Or, How to go Hunting After Watching Bambi (Gregory A. Clark).
Part II: The Hunter's View of the World.
6 Hunting for Meaning: A Glimpse of the Game (Brian Seitz).
7 Getting By with a Little Help from My Hunter: Riding to Hounds in English Foxhound Packs (Alison Acton).
8 Tracking in Pursuit of Knowledge: Teachings of an Algonquin Anishinabe Bush Hunter (Jacob Wawatie and Stephanie Pyne).
9 Living with Dead Animals? Trophies as Souvenirs of the Hunt (Garry Marvin).
Part III: Eating Nature Naturally.
10 The Carnivorous Herbivore: Hunting and Culture in Human Evolution (Valerius Geist).
11 The Fear of the Lord: Hunting as if the Boss is Watching (Janina Duerr).
12 Hunting: A Return to Nature? (Roger J. H. King).
13 The Camera or the Gun: Hunting through Different Lenses (Jonathan Parker).
14 Flesh, Death and Tofu: Hunters, Vegetarians and Carnal Knowledge (T.R. Kover).
Part IV: The Antler Chandelier: Hunting in Culture, Politics and Tradition.
15 The Sacred Pursuit: Reflections on the Literature of Hunting (Roger Scruton).
16 Big Game and Little Sticks: Bow Making and Bow Hunting (Kay Koppedrayer).
17 Going to the Dogs: Savage Longings in Hunting Art (Paula Young Lee).
18 The New Artemis? Women Who Hunt (Debra Merskin).
19 Off the Grid: Rights, Religion and the Rise of the Eco-Gentry (James Carmine).
Notes on Contributors.