Eric Katz on ”De-Extinction”: Ontology, Value and Normativity

Ethics, Policy and Environment 25 (2):104-108 (2022)
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Eric Katz influentially argued that ecological restoration involves the ‘big lie’ that a successful restoration re-establishes or re-creates all of what was lost through human degradation, a...

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