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eBook Environmental Ethics: Divergence and Convergence epub
  • ISBN: 0072838450
  • Author: Susan Armstrong,Richard Botzler
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages; 3 edition (August 28, 2003)
  • Pages: 624 pages
  • ePUB size: 1134 kb
  • FB2 size 1799 kb
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This article has no associated abstract. Environmental ethics.

This article has no associated abstract. Ethics in Value Theory, Miscellaneous.

Susan J. Armstrong is Professor of Philosophy at Humboldt State University in Arcata, California. She has taught environmental ethics with Prof. Richard G. Botzler since l983. Her dissertation "The Rights of Nonhuman Beings: A Whiteheadian Study" (1976) is considered to be the first dissertation written on environmental ethics.

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Bioethics Literature and Resources. Spirit of the Environment: Religion, Value and Environmental Concern . Cooper, David E. and Palmer, Joy A. (1998). Related Items in Google Scholar. EthxWeb: Literature in Bioethics.

Richard George Botzler, American Wildlife educator. Environmental Ethics: Divergence and Convergence. Recipient Outstanding Professor for California State University System, 1992, Distinguished Svc. award Wildlife Disease Association, 1997. Richard George Botzler has been listed as a noteworthy Wildlife educator by Marquis Who's Who. Works. Will be shipped from US.

Environmental ethics is the discipline in philosophy that studies the moral relationship of human beings to, and also the value and moral status of, the environment and its non-human contents. This entry covers: (1) the challenge of environmental ethics to the anthropocentrism (.

Environmental Ethics: Divergence and Convergence. Susan J. Armstrong, Richard George Botzler. Contents Foreword by Bernard E. Rollin Acknowledgments "Gatha for All Threatened Beings" Introduction: A Sketch of the History and Current State of Animal Ethics Chapter 1. Theories of Animal Ethic. More).

Environmental Ethics : Divergence and Convergence. by Richard G. Botzler and Susan J. Armstrong. Book has a good amount of wear and tear. Few rips and water damage but completely readable. Select Format: Paperback. Shipped fast! 0. Report. An Excellent introduction to key environmental debates. com User, June 22, 2000. A very useful undergraduate level reader in environmental ethics.

By: Susan J Armstrong and Richard G Botzler. 600 pages, no illustrations. Publisher: McGraw Hill.

Authors and Affiliations.

Charen, Mona: 1999, ‘Media Bias Toward Environmentalist’, Wheeling Intelligencer. Chisholm, Anne: 1972, Philosophers of the Earth(E. P. Dutton C. New York). Foreman, Dave: 1998, ‘Putting the Earth First’, in Botzler and Armstrong. Authors and Affiliations.

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Comments: (7)
This is one of the best environmental ethics textbook I've used for my class. It consists of many articles and stories written by notable environmental educators and philosophers. Consider this as a good resource for a environmental education class.
I liked the book, however the course I took was not related to Environmental Ethics as the book suggests.
Book for college class.
Book has a good amount of wear and tear. Few rips and water damage but completely readable. Shipped fast!
the monster
Wonderful book by wonderful professors of the subject matter. I went into the class an 'unknowing' student of the importance of stewardship and came out seeing the importance and a changed person. My politics have changed. Professors are two of the best at HSU, which in itself, is one of the best universities to study anything to do with the natural sciences.
As textbooks go, this is probably one of the worst I've ever encountered. The author distorts and over-simplifies theories which are in opposition to his own views, setting up what are otherwise complex and sophisticated moral theories as straw men that can be blown over with a few patronizing thought experiments. If you are looking for a book to reinforce environmentalist beliefs, then this is your book. However, if you seek to understand environmental ethical theory in a critical, thoughtful setting, you'd be better served by taking your money elsewhere. This book shouldn't be used as a textbook, and should probably be filed under the same propaganda heading as "An Inconvenient Truth".
It is a shame anyone would buy this book and think it has some merit... and to think a couple of trees had to come down to make the paper to print this book. My daughter was forced to purchase this book for a college class and I would rather burn it that resell it. Parents its time we stand up and ask whose agenda is being taught to our kids and why are we paying so much money to be insulted.
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