Nature as Subject

Nature as Subject

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This work traces the development of an ethical policy that is not centred on human beings. It argues that nature is worthy of direct moral consideration and examines the theoretical and philosophical problems with this idea.This essay was written for a conference with the theme aquot;Values and Moral Standingaquot; held at Bowling Green State University in April 1986. ... In this essay, my central concern is the value that can be attributed to rare and endangered species, a problematic case that seems to ... Considering the history of the destruction of a natural species permits us to introduce the ideas of justice and reparations as keyanbsp;...


Title:Nature as Subject
Author: Eric Katz
Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield - 1997
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