The Ethics of Consumption: No Dogs or Philosophers Allowed

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In a hyper-consuming society, what questions should we ask ourselves as we survey the increasingly crowded planet on which we find ourselves? What are the moral effects of living amid unprecedented material plenty? With David Crocker, Lisa Newton, and Judith Lichtenberg

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Pragmatist Ethics: A Problem-Based Approach to What Matters.James Jakób Liszka - 2021 - Albany, NY, USA: Suny American Philosophy and C.

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