Environmental Ethics: What Really Matters, What Really Works
Tác giả: David Schmidtz, Elizabeth Willott
DDC: 179.1 - Tôn trọng đời sống thiên nhiên
Ngôn ngữ: Anh
Số cuốn: 1

Hiện trạng các bản sách

Mã số: 617BC0008859
Nhà Xuất bản: Oxford University Press
Năm Xuất bản: 2002
Khổ sách: 27
Số trang: 566
Kho sách: Kho A (Ban Triết)
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Acknowledgments ix
Eỉizabeth Wỉlỉott and David Schmidti, Why Environmental Ethics? xi
IVVHAT REALLY MATTERS? ESSAYS ON VALUE IN NATURE
1. The Dawn of Reverence 3
Questions for Reílection and Discussion: A Fierce Green Fire 3
Gregg Easterbrook, A Moment on the Earth 4
Aldo Leopoỉd, Thinking Like a Mountain 6
Lynn Whừe, Jr., The Historical Roots of Our Ecological Crisis 7
2. Animal Liberation and the Land Ethic 15
Questions for Reílection and Discussion: Practical Ethics 15
Peter Singer, All Animals Are Equal 17
Aldo Leopold, The Land Ethic 27
Hoỉmes Rolston IIỈ, Values in and Duties to the Natural World 33
Mark Sagojf, Animal Liberation and Environmental Ethics:  
Bad Maưiage, Quick Divorce 38
3.Extending the Realm of Rights 45
Questions for ReAection and Discussion: Natural Rights 45
Christopher D. Stone, Should Trees Have Standing? Toward Legal Rights for Natural Objects 46
Joeỉ Peinberg, The Rights of Animals 50
Robin Atttìeld, The Good of Trees 58
Mary Midgley, Duties Concerning Islands 71
4. Species Equaliíy and Respect for Nature 82
Questions for ReAection and Discussion: Where Do We Draw the Line? 82
Paul w. Taylor, The Ethics of Respect for Nature 83
David Schmiảti, Are Aỉl Species Equal? 96
5. Environmental Holism 104
Questions for Reílection and Discussion: Keeping Our Hands Clean 104
Tom Regan, How to Worry About Endangered Species 105
Gary Varner, Biocentric Individualism 108
Bill Devall and George Sessions, Deep Ecoỉogy 120
Murray Bookchin, Social Ecology Versus Deep Ecology 126
Lilly-Marỉene Russow, Why Do Species Matter? 137
Elliott Sober, Philosophical Problems for Environmentalism 145
6 .How VVild Does Nature Have to Be? 158
Questions for Reílection and Discussion: An Allegory 158
Martin H. Krieger, What’s Wrong with Plastic Trees? 159
Eric Katz, The Caíl of the Wild 172
Andrew Light, Ecological Restoration and the Culture of Nature 178  
7 . Rethinking the Good Life 188
Questions for Reílection and Discussion: Voluntary Simplicity 188
Thomas E. Hill, Jr., Ideals of Human Excellence and Preserving Natural Environments 189
Lester w. Milbrath, Redeíining the Good Life in a Sustainable Society 199
Mark Sagoff, Do We Consume Too Much? 205
Freya Mathews, Letting the World Grow Old: An Ethos of Countermodemity 221
8     Ecoíeminism in Theory and Practice 231
Questions for Reílection and Discussion: Dichotomies 231
Kristen Hessler and Elìzabeth Wiỉlott, Feminisra and Ecofeminism 232
Karen J. Warren, The Power and the Promise of Ecological Feminism 234
Gita Sen, Women, Poverty, and Population: Issues for the Concemed Environmentalist 248
V. Rukmini Rao, Women Farmers of India’s Deccan Plateau: Ecoíeminists Challenge World Elites 255
II. WHAT REALLY YVORKS? ESSAYS ON HUMAN ECOLOGY  
9. Human Population 265
10. What it Takes to Preserve Wilderness 284
11.  Sustainable Use and Institutional Structure 330
Questions for Reflection and Discussion: The Logic of the Commons 330
Garrett Hardin, The Tragedy of the Commons 331
Martin J. Bailey, Approximate Optimality of Aboriginal  
Property Rights 341
Carol Rose, Environmental Lessons 348
David Schmidti, The Institution of Property 361
12. Poverty as an Environmental Problem 373
Questions for Reílection and Discussion: Zambia 373
Garrett Hardin, Living on a Liíeboat 374
Peter Singer, Famine, Affluence, and Morality 386
Henrv Shue, Global Environment and International Inequality 394
Holmes Roỉston III, Feeding People Versus Saving Nature 404
Davìd Schmidtz, Natural Enemies: An Anatomy of Environmental Conílict 417
13. Vanishing Resources 425
Questions for Reílection and Discussion: Cities 425
Jessica Woolliams, Designing Cities as ìf They Were Ethical Choices 426
Gregg Easterbrook, Why the Good News Shouldn’t Scare You 430 Ed Regis, The Doomslayer 434
Paul Ehrlich and Anne Ehrlich, The Good News, in Perspective 443  
14. Cost-Benefit Analysis and Environmental Policy 454
Questions for Reílection and Discussion: Optimal Pollution 454
Steven Kelman, Cost-Benefit Analysis: An Ethical Critique 455
Herman B. Leonarả and Richard J. Zeckhauser, Cost-Benefit Analysis Deíended 462
Andrew Brennan, Moral Pluralism and the Environraent 466
David Schmidtz, A Place for Cost-Benefit Analysis 479
15. Environmentalism in Practice 493
Questions for Reílection and Discussion: The Ethics of Conírontation 493
Bryan G. Norton, The Environmentalists’ Dilemma: Dollars and Sand Dollars 494
Bryan G. Norton, Fragile Freedoms 501
Eugene c. Hargrove, Therapeutic Nihilism and Environmental Management 505
Howard F. Lyman yvỉth Glen Mener, Mad Cowboy: The Cattle Rancher Who Won’t Eat Meat 524
Paul Watson, Tora! Tora! Tora! 529
Kate Rawles, The Missing Shade of Green 535
J. Baỉrd Callicott, Environmental Philosophy Is Environmental Activism: The Most Radical and Effective Kind 546
Andrew Lìght, Taking Environmental Ethics Public 556