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In this book I advance an argument concerning the nature of the deep ecology approach to ecophilosophy. In order to advance this argument in as thorough a manner as possible, I present it within the context of a comprehensive overview of the writings on deep ecology.
Keywords Human ecology Philosophy  Nature Effect of human beings on
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Call number GF21.F68 1990
ISBN(s) 0791427765   1870098579   0791427757
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