Deep Ecology as an Aesthetic Movement

Environmental Values 5 (2):147 - 160 (1996)
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Abstract

Many deep ecologists call for a 'new ecological ethic'. If this ethic is meant to be a moral ethic, then deep ecology fails. However if deep ecology is interpreted as an aesthetic movement, then it is both philosophically coherent and practically adequate

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