Rethinking ecology in the western philosophical tradition: Heidegger and/on Aristotle [Book Review]

Continental Philosophy Review 32 (4):409-420 (1999)

Abstract

This paper offers a reading of Heidegger''s 1931 lectures on Aristotle''s Metaphysics, Theta 1-3 that relates that discussion to Heidegger''s later work on The Question Concerning Technology and then, more briefly, to contemporary philosophical discussions of ecological issues. This reading is intended to open the possibility of using Heidegger''s re-interpretation of Aristotle as a source within the Western European tradition for understanding our relationship to the natural world in a way that could provide the philosophical tools for addressing ecological problems more adequately and effectively.

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Nancy J. Holland
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