University of Minnesota Press (1998)

Abstract
Smith outlines the distinctive features of ecological thought and examines two contentious areas of environmental ethics, the obligations for present generations and the relationship of humans to non-human animals.
Keywords Human ecology Philosophy  Environmental ethics  Green movement
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Call number GF21.S63 1998
ISBN(s) 0816633010   0335196039   0335196047   0816633029
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