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Consequentialism and Environmental Ethics (Routledge Studies in Ethics and Moral Theory) Hardcover – December 14, 2013
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"...this volume…contains several thought-provoking ideas that deserve to be seriously considered by scholars interested in environmental ethics. The level of argumentation is high, and the authors mean exactly what they write." -- Martin Peterson, Eindhoven University of Technology in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
"This collection has a number of strengths. Many contributors focus on ethical theory and consequentialism generally, rather than environmental ethics; thus this book reflects greater attention to broader theoretical issues than some similar anthologies do. Additionally, since much of the work in environmental ethics does not come from a consequentialist perspective, this volume provides a distinct way of thinking about and responding to various issues in that field. Given the relative scarcity of works that address these issues from a consequentialist perspective, and given the high quality of the papers throughout, this book will be a valuable acquisition for academic libraries. Summing Up: Highly recommended." -- M A. Michael, Austin Peay State University, in CHOICE
About the Author
Avram Hiller is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Portland State University, USA
Ramona Ilea is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Pacific University, USA
Leonard Kahn is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University, New Orleans, USA