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Ecologism: An Introduction Paperback – January 5, 2000


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Brian Baxter's book will be a valuable contribution to the field of green moral and political theory, constituting an original contribution to the development of green normative theory in particular and contemporary political theory in general. It covers some of the standard issues in the area as well as making some genuine original advances, and is written in an elegant and eloquent style. -- Dr John Barry There is a need for this book ! I would recommend it as essential reading." -- Tim Hayward In sum, this is a valuable book, whose author is determined to show that ecologism has its own and autonomous standpoints and values. Brian Baxter's book will be a valuable contribution to the field of green moral and political theory, constituting an original contribution to the development of green normative theory in particular and contemporary political theory in general. It covers some of the standard issues in the area as well as making some genuine original advances, and is written in an elegant and eloquent style. There is a need for this book ! I would recommend it as essential reading." In sum, this is a valuable book, whose author is determined to show that ecologism has its own and autonomous standpoints and values. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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Brian Baxter is a lecturer in politics at the University of Dundee.


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