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Environmental Ethics Journal of the Center for Business Ethics at Bentley University The Center for Environmental Philosophy and the University of North Texas Date

Volume

Article

Author I

Spring, 2016

38-1

Traditional Chinese Confucianism and Taoism and Current Environmental Education

Mei-Hsiang Lin

Spring, 2016

38-1

Nietzsche and Ecology Revisted: The Biological Basis of Value

David E. Storey

Spring, 2016

38-1

Stoic Quietude: Rethinking Stoicism in Relation to the Soundscape

Jonathan Parker

Spring, 2016

38-1

On the Enduring Importance of Deep Ecology

Tony Lynch

Spring, 2016

38-1

The Turn to Virtue in Climate Ethics: Wickedness and Goodness in the Anthropocene

Willis Jenkins

Spring, 2016

38-1

Recognizing our Place in the World

Nin Kirkham

Spring, 2016

38-1

Spring, 2016

38-1

Spring, 2016

38-1

Book Review: Ricardo et al., eds.: Earth Stewardship: Linking Ecology and Ethics in Theory and Practice Louise Westling: The Logos of the Living World: Merleau-Ponty, Animals, and Language Mill's "Nature": Reply to Piers H.G. Stephens

Winter, 2015

37-4

African Environmental Ethics, Indigenous Knowledge, and Environmental Challenges

Winter, 2015

37-4

An Ontology for the Land Ethic

Winter, 2015

37-4

From Wilderness to Ordinary Nature: A French View on an American Debate

Winter, 2015

37-4

The Practical Wisdom of Permaculture: An Anthropoharmonic Phronesis for Moving toward an Ecological Epoch

Winter, 2015

37-4

"It's the Economy, Stupid!" and the Environment: An Urgent Reminder

Stephen Norris

Melissa Clarke Frank Schalow Dale E. Miller Workineh Kelbessa Charles J. List Rémi Beau Mark Hathaway Robert L. Chapman

Geoengineering, Restoration, and the Construction of Nature: Oobleck and the Meaning of Solar Radiation Management Book Review: Iain McGilchrist: The Master and His Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World Book Review: George Wuerthner, Eileen Crist, and Tom Butler, eds.: Keeping the Wild: Against the Domestication of Nature

Ronnie Hawkins

Winter, 2015

37-4

Winter, 2015

37-4

Winter, 2015

37-4

Fall, 2015

37-3

Toward Special Mobility Rights for Climate Migrants

Nicole Marshall

Fall, 2015

37-3

Global Climate Change Justice: From Rawls' Law of Peoples to Honneth's Conditions of Freedom

Shannon Brincat

Fall, 2015

37-3

The Multiple Anthropocenes: Toward Fracturing a Totalizing Discourse

Fall, 2015

37-3

Where Value Resides: Making Ecological Value Possible

Fall, 2015

37-3

Fall, 2015

37-3

Fall, 2015

37-3

Fall, 2015

37-3

Points of Contact: Integrating Traditional and Scientific Knowledge For Biocultural Conservation On the Nature of "Nature": The Real Manings and Significance of John Stuart Mill's Misunderstood Essay Book Review: David Nibert: Animal Oppression and Human Violence: Domesecration, Capitalism, and Global Conflict Book Review: Mark Coeckelbergh: Environmental Skill: Motivation, Knowledge and the Possibility of a Non-Romantic Environmental Ethics

Author II

Eric Katz

Paul Keeling

Christopher J. Preston Tom Greaves

Rupert Read

Brendan Mackey

David Claudie

Piers H.G. Stephens Matthew Calaraco Louke van Wensveen

Author III

Author IV

Author V

Fall, 2015

37-3

Book Review: Rhuks Ako: Environmental Justice in Developing Countries: Perspectives from Africa and Asia-Pacific

Fall, 2015

37-3

Getting Real on Reproducive Rights

Summer, 2015

37-2

Should Extinction be Forever? Restitution, Restoration, and Reviving Extinct Species

Summer, 2015

37-2

Making the Ethical and Philosophical Case for "Energy Justice"

Summer, 2015

37-2

Solidarity: Does the Modern Catholic Rights Tradition have Anything to Offer Environmental Virtue Ethics?

Russ Butkus

Summer, 2015

37-2

A Gaitan Account of Environmental Ethics

Emma Rush

Summer, 2015

37-2

Geoengineering, Agent-Regret, and the Lesser of Two Evils Argument

Summer, 2015

37-2

Naturalizing Sentimentalism for Environmental Ethics

Summer, 2015

37-2

Book Review: Daniel Botkin: The Moon in the Nautilus Shell: Discordant Harmonies Reconsidered

Summer, 2015

37-2

Book Review: Ronald L. Sandler: Food Ethics: The Basics Book Review: Eric Roark: Removing the Commons: A Lockean Left-Libertarian Approach to the Just Use and Appropriation of Natural Resources Book Review: Elizabeth Cripps: Climate Change and the Moral Agent: Individual Duties in an Interdependent World Book Review: Robert Garner: A Theory of Justice for Animals: Rights in a Nonideal World Book Review: Whitney A Bauman: Religion and Ecology: Developing a Planetary Ethic Book Review: Dale Jamieson: Reason in a Dark Time: Why the Struggle Against Climate Change Failed-And What it Means for Our Future

Joseph A. Tuminello III Phillip Cafaro Christian Diehm Benjamin R. Jones

Benjamin K. Sovacool

Toby Svoboda T.J. Kasperbauer Philip Cafaro Thomas Cheney

Summer, 2015

37-2

Frank W. Derringh

Summer, 2015

37-2

Summer, 2015

37-2

Summer, 2015

37-2

Summer, 2015

37-2

Spring, 2015

37-1

Is Natural Beauty the Given?

Spring, 2015

37-1

Streets to Live In: Justice, Space, and Sharing the Road

Laura M. Hartman

Spring, 2015

37-1

Rediscovering and Rethinking Leopold's Green Fire

Holmes Rolston, III

Spring, 2015

37-1

The Object of Respect

Elizabeth Foreman

Spring, 2015

37-1

"This is Oil Country": The Tar Sands and Jacques Ellul's Theory of Technology

Nathan Kowalsky

Spring, 2015

37-1

The Natural World: Naess, Doµgen, and the Question of Limits

Ermine L. Algaier

Spring, 2015

37-1

Book Review: Pragmatism and Environmentalism By Hugh P. McDonald, ed.

Mark A. Michael

Spring, 2015

37-1

Book Review: Sustainability By Leslie Paul Thiele

John Nolt

Spring, 2015

37-1

Book Review: Leavings: Poems By Wendell Berry

Jerome A. Stone

Spring, 2015

37-1

Book Review: Climate Matters: Ethics in a Warming World By John Broome

Dustin Mulvaney

Spring, 2015

37-1

Book Review: Religion and Ecology: Developing a Planetary Ethic By Whitney A. Bauman

Andrew J. Spencer

Winter, 2014

36-4

Rawlsian Environmental Stewardship and Intergenerational Justice

Dominic Welburn

Winter, 2014

36-4

Environmental Ethics: A Catholic View

Christopher Groves Tony Milligan Andrew J. Spencer Eric Katz Robert Earle

John Mizzoni

David Prytherch

Randolph Haluza-DeLay

Roman V. Sidortsov

Winter, 2014

36-4

Land Ethics from the Borneo Tropical Rain Forests in Sarawak, Malaysia: An Empirical and Conceptual Analysis

Yee Keong Choy

Winter, 2014

36-4

Why the Standard Interpretation of the Land Ethic is Mistaken

Mark Budolfson

Winter, 2014

36-4

Bad Faith, Authenticity, and the Responsibilities to Future Generations: A Sartrean Approach

Kimberly S. Engels

Winter, 2014

36-4

Behaviorally Inadequate: A Situationist Critique of Environmental Virtues

T. J. Kasperbauer

Whale Killers and Whale Rights: the Future of the International Regulation of Whaling Book Review: Between God and Green: How Evangelicals are Cultivating a Middle Ground on Climate Change by Katharine Wilkinson Book Review: Open for Business: Conservatives' Opposition to Environmental Regulation by Judith A. Layzer

Winter, 2014

36-4

Winter, 2014

36-4

Winter, 2014

36-4

Fall 2014

36-3

Sustainable Development: A Useful Family of Concepts After All

Fall 2014

36-3

Science, Philosophy, and Policy on the Yamuna River

Fall 2014

36-3

Environmental Philosophy in a Post-Ice Cap North Polar World

Fall 2014

36-3

Writing Wonder: Elizabeth Bishop's Ethics of Perception

Fall 2014

36-3

Individualistic Environmental Ethics: A Reduction ad Exstinctum?

Fall 2014

36-3

Courage as an Environmental Virtue

Fall 2014

36-3

"Nothing Truly Wild is Unclean": Muir, Misanthropy, and the Aesthetics of Dirt

Fall 2014

36-3

Fall 2014

36-3

Fall 2014

36-3

Fall 2014

36-3

Book Review: Consumption and its Consequences by Daniel Miller

Fall 2014

36-3

Book Review: The Environment: Philosophy, Science, and Ethics by William P. Kabasenche, et al.

Fall 2014

36-3

Book Review: On the Intrinsic Value of Everything by S.A. Davidson

Fall 2014

36-3

Book Review: Redacted Dominionism: A Biblical Approach to Grounding Environmental Responsibility by Christopher Cone

Jerome A. Stone

Summer, 2014

36-2

The Cultural Causes Of Environmental Problems

V. P. J. Arponen

Summer, 2014

36-2

The Ethical Implications of Organism-Environment Interdependency

Summer, 2014

36-2

Restoration, Obligation, and the Baseline Problem

Summer, 2014

36-2

Environmental Protection of Panda Habitat in the Wolong nature reserve: A Chinese Perspective

Summer, 2014

36-2

Aristotle and the Dominion of Nature

Summer, 2014

36-2

Karma, Rebirth, and the Value of Nature

Summer, 2014

36-2

Book Review: Ecopyschology: Science, Totems, and the Technological Species

Book Review: Thinking like a Planet: The Land Ethic and the Earth Ethic by J. Baird Callicott Book Review: Hinduism and Environmental Ethics: Law, Literature, and Philosophy by Christopher G. Framarin Book Review: Hunting, Fishing and Environmental Virtue: Reconnecting Sportsmanship and Conservation by Charles G. List

James Yeates Chris Klassen Ben A. Minteer Warren Bourgeois Bidisha Mallik Todd LeVasseur Yaël Schick Greogry M. Mikkelson

Colin A. Chapman

Rachel Fredericks Simon P. James Melissa Clarke Geoff Ashton Ron Sandler Roger J. H. King Wayne Ouderkirk Gregory M. Mikkelson

Sean Lema Alex Lee

Adam Pérou Hermans

Benjamin Hale

Ji Li

Yali Tan

Hong Zhu

Alain Ducharme Christopher G. Framarin Kenneth Worthy

Zhenyao Chai

Susanna Y. F. Lo

Summer, 2014

36-2

Book Review: Against Ecological Sovereignty

Summer, 2014

36-2

Book Review: Elemental Philosophy: Earth, Air, Fir, Water as Environmental Ideas

Summer, 2014

36-2

Book Review: Life on the Brink: Environmentalists Confront Overpopulation

Benjamin Howe

Summer, 2014

36-2

Book Review: Environmental Philosophy

Allen Thompson

Summer, 2014

36-2

Book Review: Why animals Matter: Animal Consciousness animal welfare, and Human Well-Being

Adam Shriver

Summer, 2014

36-2

Book Review: A New Environmental Ethics: the Next Millennium for life on Earth

Melissa Clarke

Spring, 2014

36-1

Some Fundamentals of Conservation in South and West Africa

William Forbes

Spring, 2014

36-1

Can African Environmental Ethics Contribute to Environmental Policy in Africa?

Workineh Kelbessa

Spring, 2014

36-1

An African Relational Environmentalism and Moral Considerability

Kevin Gary Behrens

Preserving the Benin City Moats: The Interaction of Indigenous and Urban Environmental Values and Aesthetics Book Review: Ethical Adaptation to Climate Change: Human Welfare and Virtues of the Future by Allen Thompson and Jeremy Bendik-Keymer Book Review: Ethics for a Broken World: Imagining Philosophy after Catastrophe by Time Mulgan Book Review: Plato's Revenge: Politics in an Age of Ecology by William Ophuls Book Review: The Mindful Carnivore: A Vegetarian's Hunt for Sustenance by Tovar Cerulli

W. S. K. Cameron Seamus Carey

Spring, 2014

36-1

Spring, 2014

36-1

Spring, 2014

36-1

Spring, 2014

36-1

Spring, 2014

36-1

Spring, 2014

36-1

Book Review: Plants as Persons: A Philosophical Bounty by Matthew Hall

Todd LeVasseur

Spring, 2014

36-1

Book Review: Remaking Scarcity: From Capitalist Inefficiency to Economic Democracy by Costa Panayotakis

Ted Benton

Winter, 2013

35-4

Wilderness, People, and the False Charge of Misanthropy

Paul Keeling

Rethinking Environmental Issues in a Daoist Context: Why Daoism Is and Is Not Environmentalism In Search of Egocentric Sentiments: Insights from the CAD Model in Moral Psychology What Might Environmental Philosophy Learn from Iris Young's Metropolitan Regionalism? Defending Hans Jonas' Environmental Ethics: On the Relation between Philosophy of Nature and Ethics

Winter, 2013

35-4

Winter, 2013

35-4

Winter, 2013

35-4

Winter, 2013

35-4

Winter, 2013

35-4

Book Review: The Ethics of Species: An Introduction by Ronald L. Sandler

Winter, 2013

35-4

Book Review: Environmental Health Ethics by David R. Resnik

Winter, 2013

35-4

Book Review: Philosophy and the Environment by Anthony O'Hear, ed.

Winter, 2013

35-4

Winter, 2013

35-4

Winter, 2013

35-4

Winter, 2013

35-4

Book Review: Earth-Honoring Faith: Religious Ethics in a New Key by Larry Rasmussen Book Review: Facing Nature: Levinas and Environmental Thought by William Edeglass et al. Book Review: The Natural City: Re-Envisioning the Built Environment by Ingrid Leman Stefanovic and Stephen Bede Scharper, eds. Book Review: Ecological Dimension of Ethics: Research on Holmes Rolston, III's Ideas of Environmental Ethics by Yingzi Yang and Aesthetics

Chukwugozie Maduka Candice Delmas Frank W. Derringh Yogi Hendlin Lisa Kretz

Paul D' Ambrosio Antoine C. Dussault Michael Menser Jan Cornelius Schmidt Daniel L. Crescenzo Hans A. Baer Katie McShane Todd LeVasseur Leah Kalmanson Robert Kirkman Shan Gao

Kwame Badu AntwiBoasiako

Ben Dixon

Fall, 2013

35-3

From Intrinsic Value to Compassion: A Place-Based Ethic

Bryan E. Bannon

Fall, 2013

35-3

Revitalizing Local Commons: A Democratic Approach to Collective Management

Mitsuyo Toyoda

Fall, 2013

35-3

Challenging the Values of Hunting

Fall, 2013

35-3

The Lynn White Thesis: Reception and Legacy

Fall, 2013

35-3

What Ought I to Eat: Toward an Ethical Biospheric Political Economy

Fall, 2013

35-3

Animal Epistemology and Ethics in Schopenhauerian Metaphysics

Fall, 2013

35-3

Fall, 2013

35-3

Fall, 2013

35-3

Fall, 2013

35-3

Book Review: Politics of Urban Runoff: Nature, Technology, and the Sustainable City by Anthony Karvonen Book Review: Making Nature Whole: A History of Ecological Restoration by William R. Jordan III and George M. Lubick Book Review: Re-founding Environmental Ethics: Pragmatism, Principle and Practice by Ben A. Minteer Book Review: Adorno on Nature by Deborah Cook Book Review: The Presence of Nature: A Study in Phenomenology and Environmental Philosophy by Simon P. James Book Review: Cosmology, Ecology, and the Energy of God by Donna Bowman and Clayton Crockett, eds.

Fall, 2013

35-3

Fall, 2013

35-3

Fall, 2013

35-3

In Defense of the Ark of the Possible : A Reply to Chris Nagle

Summer, 2013

35-2

Worldviews and Their Significance for the Global Sustainable Development Debate

Summer, 2013

35-2

Climate Change and the Concept of Shared Ecological Responsibility

Summer, 2013

35-2

How Should We Think about Climate Justice?

Summer, 2013

35-2

The Human Rights Approach to Climate Change: An Overview

Summer, 2013

35-2

John Rawls and Climate Justice: An Amendment to The Law of Peoples Book Review: Inherited Land: The Changing Grounds of Religion and Ecology by Whitney A. Bauman, Richard R. Bohannon II, and Kevin J. O'Brien Book Review: Critical Ecologies: The Frankfurt School and Contemporary Environmental Crisis by Andrew Biro

S. P. Morris Elspeth Whitney Jeff Baldwin Ryan Gunderson Roger J. H. King Robert Chapman Piers Stephens Andrew Biro IIan Safit Nancy M. Rourke David Dillard-Wright Annick Hedlund-deWitt Martinsen Franziska

Johanna Seibt

Derek Bell Kristian Høyer Toft Robert Huseby

Summer, 2013

35-2

Summer, 2013

35-2

Summer, 2013

35-2

Book Review: The Agrarian Vision by Paul Thompson

Summer, 2013

35-2

Book Review: Indra's Net and the Midas Touch: Sustainability in a Connected World by Leslie Paul Thiele

Susan J. Armstrong

Spring, 2013

35-1

The Holmes Rolston, III Early Career Prize: Historical Environmental Values

J. Michael Scoville

Spring, 2013

35-1

Mother Nature and the Mother of All Virtues: On the Rationality of Feeling Gratitude toward Nature

Karen Bardsley

Spring, 2013

35-1

The Parable of the Bees: Beyond Proximate Causes in Ecosystem Service Valuation

John Gowdy

Lisi Krall

Yunzhong Chen

Spring, 2013

35-1

Philosophical Histories of the Aesthetics of Nature

Roger Paden

Laurly K. Harmon

Charles R. Milling

Spring, 2013

35-1

Restoration and Authenticity Revisited

Marion Hourdequin

David G. Havlick

Spring, 2013

35-1

Environmental Research Ethics

Howard J. Curzer

Mark Wallace

Jerome Stone Mick Smith Clark Wolf

Gad Perry

Book Review: Unearthed: The Economic Roots of Our Environmental Crisis by Kenneth Sayre Book Review: The New Holy Wars: Economic Religion versus Environmental Religion in Contemporary America by Robert H. Nelson

Spring, 2013

35-1

Spring, 2013

35-1

Spring, 2013

35-1

Book Review: The Ethics of Global Climate Change by Denis G. Arnold

Spring, 2013

35-1

Book Review: Food Justice by Robert Gottlieb and Anupama Joshi

Winter, 2012

34-4

South American Environmental Philosophy

Winter, 2012

34-4

Augusto Angel-Maya and Environmental Philosophy in Columbia

Winter, 2012

34-4

Environmental Philosophy in Brazil

Winter, 2012

34-4

Environmental Thought in Argentina

Winter, 2012

34-4

Some Initial Approaches to Environmental Philosophy in Argentina

Winter, 2012

34-4

Approaches to Enrique Leff's Environmental Thought in Latin America

Winter, 2012

34-4

Latin American Environmental Thinking

Winter, 2012

34-4

Book Review: The Ethics of Earth Art by Amanda Boetzkes

Thomas Heyd

Winter, 2012

34-4

Book Review: Environmental Inequalities beyond Borders by JoAnn Carmin and Julian Agyeman, eds.

Jessica Christie Ludescher

Winter, 2012

34-4

Book Review: The Ideal of Nature by Gregory E. Kaebnick, ed.

Fall, 2012

34-3

Thinning the Thicket: Thick Concepts, Context, and Evaluative Frameworks

Fall, 2012

34-3

Epistemic Norms, Moral Norms, and Nature Appreciation

Fall, 2012

34-3

Metaphysical Background to Igbo Environmental Ethics

Fall, 2012

34-3

Anthropocentrism, Exoplanets, and the Cosmic Perspective Foundations of Conduct: A Theory of Values and Its Implications for Environmentalism Book Review: Three Big Bangs: Matter-Energy, Life, Mind by Holmes Rolston, III Book Review: Future Ethics: Climate Change and Apocalyptic Imagination by Stephen Skrimshire Book Review: The Environmental Politics of Sacrifice by Michael Maniates and John M. Meyer, eds. Book Review: Hunting—Philosophy for Everyone: In Search of the Wild Life by Nathan Kowalsky, ed.

Donald A. Brown Bernard Daley Zaleha Christopher Groves Karen A. Franck

Hanaa Hamdi

Ricardo Rozzi Patricia Noguera Amós Nascimento

James Jackson Griffith

Daniel Eduardo Gutierrez Alicia Irene Bugallo Maria Luisa Eschenhagen Enrique Leff

Helena Siipi Kenneth Shockley Robert Stecker Chigbo Joseph Ekwealo Neil A. Manson

Fall, 2012

34-3

Fall, 2012

34-3

Fall, 2012

34-3

Fall, 2012

34-3

Fall, 2012

34-3

Fall, 2012

34-3

Book Review: Nature and Altering It by Allen Verhey

Fall, 2012

34-3

Book Review: A Perfect Moral Storm: The Ethical Tragedy of Climate Change by Stephen M. Gardiner

Fall, 2012

34-3

Book Review: Becoming Animal: An Earthly Cosmology by David Abram

Gregory Caicco

Fall, 2012

34-3

Book Review: Is a Little Pollution Good for You? Incorporating Societal Values in Environmental Research by Kevin C. Elliott

Linda S. Jones

Summer, 2012

34-2

Blameworthy Environmental Beliefs

William Jordan, III et al. Eric Katz Marion Hourdequin Robert Kirkman Ty Raterman Jerome A. Stone Steve Vanderheiden

Daniel C. Fouke

María Teresa La Valle

Summer, 2012

34-2

The Problem with Methodological Pragmatism

Mark A. Michael

Summer, 2012

34-2

Can Nature Conservation Justify Sports Fishing?

Dionys de Leeuw

Summer, 2012

34-2

The Problem of Predator-Prey Relations and Predator Flourishing in Nussbaum's Capabilities Approach to Justice

Daniel Crescenzo

Summer, 2012

34-2

Justifying Animal Use in Education Book Review: Black on Earth: African American Eco literary Traditions by Kimberly N. Ruffin Book Review: A More Perfect Union: Holistic Worldviews and the Transformation of American Culture after World War II by Linda Sargent Wood Book Review: Understanding Environmental Philosophy by Andrew Brennan and Y. S. Lo Book Review: Consuming Choices: Ethics in a Global Consumer Age by David T. Schwartz Nature, Natives, Nativism, and Management: Worldviews Underlying Controversies in Invasions Biology Bio cultural Ethics: Recovering the Vital Links between the Inhabitants, Their Habits, and Habitats

Summer, 2012

34-2

Summer, 2012

34-2

Summer, 2012

34-2

Summer, 2012

34-2

Spring, 2012

34-1

Spring, 2012

34-1

Spring, 2012

34-1

Biophilia and Biodiversity: Environmental Ethics in the Work of Stephen R. Kellert

Spring, 2012

34-1

Further Adventures in the Case against Ecological Restoration Book Review: Metamorphoses of the Zoo: Animal Encounters after Noah by Ralph R. Acampora Book Review: Bodily Natures: Science, Environment, and the Material Self by Stacy Alaimo Book Review: Cultivating an Ecological Conscience: Essays from a Farmer Philosopher by Frederick L. Kirshenmann Book Review: The Tangled Bank: Toward an Eco theological Ethics of Responsible Participation by Michael S. Hogue

Spring, 2012

34-1

Spring, 2012

34-1

Spring, 2012

34-1

Spring, 2012

34-1

Winter, 2011

33-4

Eco-Minimalism as a Virtue

Winter, 2011

33-4

Environmental Virtues and Environmental Justice

Matt Stichter Kimberly Smith Michael P. Nelson Frank W. Derringh Costas Panayotakis Daniel Simberloff Ricardo Rozzi Christain Diehm Eric Katz Ronnie Hawkins Serpil Oppermann Li An Phoa David K. Goodin Paul Knights

Winter, 2011

33-4

Let's Make It Real: In Defense of a Realistic Constructivism

Winter, 2011

33-4

John Dewey as a Philosopher of Contingency and the Value of this Idea for Environmental Philosophy

Adam Riggio

Winter, 2011

33-4

Re-Envisioning Nature: The Role of Aesthetics in Environmental Ethics

Bryan E. Bannon

Winter, 2011

33-4

Winter, 2011

33-4

Fall, 2011

33-3

Announcing the Winner of the Holmes Rolston, III Early Career Essay Prize

Fall, 2011

33-3

"My Emission Make No Difference": Climate Change and the Argument from In consequentialism

Joakim Sandberg

Fall, 2011

33-3

Prudence Gone Wild: Catholic Environmental Virtue Ethics

Nancy M. Rourke

Fall, 2011

33-3

Agricultural Biotechnology and Environmental Justice

33-3

In Wilderness and Wildness: Recognizing and Responding with the Agency of Relational Memory

Fall, 2011

David Littlewood

Paul Haught Manuel AriasMaldonado

Book Review: The Nature Study Movement: The Forgotten Popularizer of America's Conservation Ethic by Kevin C. Armitage Book Review: Ark of the Possible: The Animal World in Merleau-Ponty by David B. Dillard-Wright

Adam M. Sowards

Shane Ralston Chris Nagel Emily Brady

Kristen Hessler Kate Booth

Eugene C. Hargove

Dan Firth

Fall, 2011

33-3

Nature Religion and the Ethics of Authenticity

Chris Klassen

Fall, 2011

33-3

Sober, Environmentalists, Species, and Ignorance

Robin Attfield

Fall, 2011

33-3

Book Review: The Decline of Nature: Environmental History and the Western Worldview by Gilbert F. LaFreniere

Fall, 2011

33-3

Book Review: From Bauhaus to Ecohouse by Peder Anker

Fall, 2011

33-3

Book Review: A Theory of Intergenerational Justice by Jörg Chet Tremmel

Jana Thompson

Fall, 2011

33-3

Book Review: Environment and Citizenship by Mark J. Smith and Piya Pangsapa

Dustin Mulvaney

Fall, 2011

33-3

Book Review: Dark Green Religion by Bron Taylor

Fall, 2011

33-3

Book Review: A Home in the World by Eilon Schwartz

Fall, 2011

33-3

Book Review: Theological Foundations for Environmental Ethics: Reconstructing Patristic and Medieval Concepts by James Schaefer

Fall, 2011

33-3

Book Review: Beyond Naturalness by David N. Cole and Lauries Yung

Summer, 2011

33-2

The Other in A Sand County Almanac : Aldo Leopold's Animals and His Wild-Animal Ethic

Summer, 2011

33-2

Humans and the Soil

Daniel C. Fouke

Summer, 2011

33-2

Justice, Conflict, Capital, and Care: Oil in the Niger Delta

Trish Glazebrook

Summer, 2011

33-2

Weighing Species

Summer, 2011

33-2

Sustainable Development and the Destruction of the Amazon: A Call for Universal Responsibility

Summer, 2011

33-2

Book Review: Do Fish Feel Pain? By Victoria Braithwaite

Gary Varner

Summer, 2011

33-2

Book Review: Animal Ethics in Context by Clare Palmer

J. M. Dietrle

Spring, 2011

33-1

Neo-sentimentalism and Environmental Ethics

Spring, 2011

33-1

Public Visions of the Human/Nature Relationship and their Implications for Environmental Ethics

Spring, 2011

33-1

Rehabilitating the Aesthetics of Nature: Hepburn and Adorno

Spring, 2011

33-1

The Critique of Consumerism in Rousseau's Emile

Spring, 2011

33-1

Book Review: The Incomplete Eco-Philosopher: Essays from the Edges of Environmental Ethics by Anthony Weston

Spring, 2011

33-1

Book Review: Heidegger and the Earth by Ladelle McWhorter and Gail Stenstad Book Review: Speaking for Ourselves: Environmental Justice in Canada by Julian Agyeman et al. Book Review: The Ethics of Metropolitan Growth: The Future of Our Built Environment by Robert Kirkman

Kara M. Schlichting Roger Paden

Eric Katz Kelley A. Parker Whitney A. Bauman David Henderson J. Baird Callicott et al.

Gregory M. Mikkelson Jessica Christie Ludescher

Katie McShane Mirjam de Groot et al. Marta Tafalla Grace Roosevelt Eric Katz Tara Kennedy

Spring, 2011

33-1

Spring, 2011

33-1

Spring, 2011

33-1

Book Review: Human Rights and Climate Change by Stephen Humphreys

Spring, 2011

33-1

Book Review: Theology, Creation, and Environmental Ethics by Whitney Bauman

Lisa H. Sideris

Spring, 2011

33-1

Book Review: Do Animals Have Dispositions?

Daniel Putnam

Annie L. Booth Roger J. H. King Allen Thompson

Anthony Kola-Olusanya

Spring, 2011

33-1

Book Review: How Strong is the Environmental Argument for Reducing Immigration to the United States

Benjamin Howe

Winter, 2010

32-4

Intellectual Virtues in Environmental Virtue Ethics

Sue P. Stafford

Winter, 2010

32-4

Planetary Collapse Disorder: The Honeybee as Potent of the Limits of the Ethical

Freya Mathews

Winter, 2010

32-4

Was Arne Naess Recognized as the Founder of Deep Ecology Prematurely? Semantics and Environmental Philosophy

Benjamin Howe

Winter, 2010

32-4

Epharmosis: Jean-Luc Nancy and the Political Ecology of Creation

Winter, 2010

32-4

Environmental Pragmatism and Environmental Philosophy: A Bad Marriage Book Review: Saving Creation: Nature and Faith in the Life of Holmes Rolston, III by Christopher J. Preston Book Review: Everyday Ethics and Social Change: The Education of Desire by Anna L. Peterson

Mick Smith Lars Samuelsson

Winter, 2010

32-4

Winter, 2010

32-4

Winter, 2010

32-4

Book Review: Why Animal Suffering Matters by Andrew Linzey

Winter, 2010

32-4

Book Review: The Sacred Universe by Thomas Berry

Winter, 2010

32-4

Book Review: Merleau-Ponty's Philosophy of Nature by Ted Toadvine

Winter, 2010

32-4

Book Review: Eco-Sufficiency and Global Justice by Ariel Salleh

Costas Panayotakis

Winter, 2010

32-4

Book Review: Gaia in Turmoil by Eileen Crist and H. Bruce Rinker

Frank W. Derringh

Fall, 2010

32-3

Two Arguments against Biological Interests

Aaron Simmons

Fall, 2010

32-3

On the Demarcation Problem and the Possibility of Environmental Ethics: A Refutation of "A Refutation of Environmental Ethics"

Lars Samuelsson

Fall, 2010

32-3

Kantianism and Mere Means

Fall, 2010

32-3

Value as Practice and the Practice of Value: Dewey's Value Theory for Environmental Ethics

Fall, 2010

32-3

What is Ecofeminism Political Philosophy? Gender, Nature, and the Political

Fall, 2010

32-3

Book Review: Before the Voice of Reason: Echoes of Responsibility in Merleau Ponty's Ecology and Levina's Ethics by David Michael Kleinberg-Levin

Fall, 2010

32-3

Book Review: Environmentalism in Popular Culture by Noël Sturgon Book Review: Can Life Prevail? A Radical Approach to the Environmental Crisis by Linkola Pentti Book Review: Conservation Refugees: The Hundred-Year Conflict between Global Conservation and Native Peoples

Fall, 2010

32-3

Fall, 2010

32-3

Summer, 2010

32-2

Animal Beauty, Ethics, and Environmental Preservation

Summer, 2010

32-2

Restitutive Restoration: New Motivations for Ecological Restoration

Summer, 2010

32-2

Twenty Million Refugees and Counting: A Call for Recognition or a New Convention

Summer, 2010

32-2

the Role of Humility and Intrinsic Good in Preserving Endangered Species: Why Preserve the Humpback Chub?

Summer, 2010

32-2

Ecological Imagination

32-2

Book Review: Intergenerational Justice: Rights and Responsibilities in an Intergenerational Polity by Janna Thompson

Summer, 2010

Robin Attfield Rita Turner Ty Raterman Todd LeVasseur Bryan Bannon

Christopher A. Brown Paul Ott Chaone Mallory Seamus Carey Wendy Lynne Lee Joseph Christain Greer Philip Cafaro Ned Hettinger John Basl Shari Collins-Chobanian Ian A. Smith Steven Fesmire Roger Paden

Eric Comerford

Chris Kerlin

Summer, 2010

32-2

Book Review: Rachel Carson: Legacy and Challenge by Lisa H. Sideras and Kathleen Dean Moore

Jeanne Hamming

Summer, 2010

32-2

Book Review: Eco-Theology by Celia Deane-Drummon

Jerome A. Stone

Summer, 2010

32-2

Summer, 2010

32-2

Summer, 2010

32-2

Summer, 2010

32-2

Spring, 2010

32-1

Minding Nature: Val Plumwood's Critique of Moral Extensionism

Spring, 2010

32-1

The Cinquefoil Controversy: Restoring Relics between Managers and Purists

Spring, 2010

32-1

Teaching Holism in Environmental Ethics

Spring, 2010

32-1

To the Tenth Generation: Homer's Odyssey as Environmental Ethics

Spring, 2010

32-1

Of Geese and Eggs: In What Sense Should We Value Nature as a System?

Spring, 2010

32-1

Book Review: Nature in Common? By Ben Minteer

Book Review: Understanding Gregory Bateson: Mind, Beauty and the Sacred Earth by Noel G. Charlton Book Review: American Environmental Policy, 1990-2006: Beyond Gridlock by Christopher McGrory Klyza Book Review: Healing Appalachia: Sustainable Living through Appropriate Technology by Al Fritsch and Paul Gallimore Book Review: Onto-Ethology: The Animal Environments of Uexküll, Heidegger, Merleau Ponty, and Deleuze by Brett Buchanan

Book Review: The Wilderness Debate Rages On: Continuing the Great New Wilderness Debate by Michael P. Nelson and J. Baird Callicott Book Review: Integral Ecology: Using Multiple Perspectives on the Natural World by Sean Esbjorn-Hargens and Michael E. Zimmerman Book Review: Wild Justice: The Moral Lives of Animals by Marc Bekoff and Jessica Pierce

Peter Harries-Jones David Schlosberg John Nolt Frank Schalow Christian Diehm Glenn Deliège Michael P. Nelson Jason Bell Philip J. Ivanhoe Kevin C. Elliott

Spring, 2010

32-1

Spring, 2010

32-1

Spring, 2010

32-1

Spring, 2010

32-1

Book Review: Ecological Ethics and the Human Soul by Francisco J. Benzoni

Spring, 2010

32-1

Book Review: Animals and the Moral Community by Gary Steiner

Spring, 2010

32-1

Book Review: The Virtues of Ignorance: Complexity, Sustainability, and the Limits of Knowledge by Bill Vitek and Wes Jackson

Winter, 2009

31-4

Tapping Habermas's Discourse Theory for Environmental Ethics

Winter, 2009

31-4

Mencius and the Natural Environment

Winter, 2009

31-4

Do Animals Have an Interest in Continued Life? In Defense of a Desire-Based Approach

Winter, 2009

31-4

Nature of the Third Kind: Toward an Explicitly Relational Constructionism

Tim B. Rogers

Winter, 2009

31-4

The Possibility of Managing for Wilderness

David Graham Henderson

Winter, 2009

31-4

Winter, 2009

31-4

Winter, 2009

31-4

Winter, 2009

31-4

Winter, 2009

31-4

Book Review: Living with Ambiguity: Religious Naturalism and the Menace of Evil by Donald A. Cosby Book Review: Nature and Landscape: An Introduction to Environmental Aesthetics by Allen Carlson Book Review: Environmental Dilemmas: Ethical Decision Making by Robert Mugerauer and Lynne Manzo Book Review: The Human Right to a Green Future: Environmental Rights and Intergenerational Justice by Richard P. Hiskes Book Review: Going Away to Think: Engagement, Retreat, and Eco critical Responsibility by Scott Slovic

Scott Friskics David Story J. M. Dietrle Susan J. Armstrong Aaron Simmons Wayne Ouderkirk W. S. Cameron Cecilia Wee Aaron Simmons

David K. Goodin Frank W. Derringh Tom Spector Aaron Lercher Dana Anderson

Fall, 2009

31-3

Toward a Jamesian Environmental Philosophy

Piers Stephens

Fall, 2009

31-3

Ecological Goods that Obligate: A Husserlian Approach

Adam Konopka

Fall, 2009

31-3

Eating One's Mother: Female Embodiment in a Toxic World

Eva Simms

Fall, 2009

31-3

Why it Definitely Matters How We Encounter Nature

Nicole Note

Fall, 2009

31-3

Fatal Attraction: Wilderness in Contemporary Film

Fall, 2009

31-3

Fall, 2009

31-3

Fall, 2009

31-3

Fall, 2009

31-3

Fall, 2009

31-3

Fall, 2009

31-3

Book Review: Ethics and the Environment: An Introduction by Dale Jamieson

Summer, 2009

31-2

The land Ethic as an Ecological Civilizing Process: Aldo Leapold, Norbert Elias, and Environmental Philosophy

Summer, 2009

31-2

The Move is too Good in the Environment Ethics

Summer, 2009

31-2

The Greeting of Heart and Mind: a Love Story

Roman Briggs

Summer, 2009

31-2

Plant Autonomy and Human-Plant Ethics

Matthew Hall

Summer, 2009

31-2

The Discursive Construction of Anthropocentrism

Book Review: Defining Environmental Justice: Theories, Movements, and Nature by David Schlosberg Book Review: Healing Natures, Repairing Relationships: New Perspectives on Restoring Ecological Spaces and Consciousness by Robert L. France Book Review: Encouraging Nature: Toward an Environmental Culture by Thomas Heyd Book Review: The Economy of the Earth: Philosophy, Law, and the Environment by Mark Sagoff Book Review: The Sustainable Development Paradox: Urban Political Economy in the United States and Europe by Rob Krueger and David Gibbs

Book Review: Character and Environment: A Virtue-Oriented Approach to Environmental Ethics by Ronald L. Sandler Book Review: Shopping Our Way to Safety: How we changed from Protecting the Environment to Protecting Ourselves by Andrew Szasz Book Review: Nature's Edge: Boundary exploration in Ecological Theory and Practice by Charles S Brown and Ted Toadvine, eds. Book Review: A Theory of General Ethics: Human Relationships, Nature, and Built Environment by WarWick Foz

Martin Drenthen Costa Panayotakis Eric Katz Sheila Lintott Paul Thompson Allen Thompson Jason Kawall Stephen Quilley John Nolt

Rita Turner

Summer, 2009

31-2

Summer, 2009

31-2

Summer, 2009

31-2

Summer, 2009

31-2

Summer, 2009

31-2

Book Review: Nature Ethics: An Ecofeminism Perspective by Marti Kheel

Wendy Lynne Lee

Summer, 2009

31-2

Book Review: Genetically Modified Diplomacy: The Global Politics of Agricultural Biotechnology and the Environment by Peter Andree

Michael S. Carolan

Spring, 2009

31-1

The Environmental Argument for Reducing Immigration into the United States

Philip Cafaro

Spring, 2009

31-1

Social History, Religion, Technology: Interdisciplinary Investigation into Lynn White's "Roots"

Robin Attfield

Spring, 2009

31-1

Free Trade and the Environment

Spring, 2009

31-1

The Ethics of "Following Nature" in the Forestry: Academic Forest Scientists and Rolstone's Environmental Ethics

Spring, 2009

31-1

Book Review: American Wilderness: A New History by Michael Lewis

31-1

Book Review: Environmental Values by John O'Neill, Alan Holland, and Andrwe Light

Spring, 2009

Geoffrey Frasz Costas Pannayota Michael Killvris Eric Kaze

Nicole Hassoun Nicole Klenk John Opie Frank W. Derringh

Winthrop Staples

Spring, 2009

31-1

Book Review: Natural Beauty by Ronald Moore

Spring, 2009

31-1

Book Review: The Working Landscape by Peter F. Cannavò

Spring, 2009

31-1

Book Review: Architecture, Ethics and the Personhood of Place by Gregory Caicco

Spring, 2009

31-1

Book Review: Neoliberal Environments by Nik Heynen

Spring, 2009

31-1

Book Review: Moral Habitat by Nancie Erhard

Winter, 2008

30-4

Bio-centric Farming? Liberty Hyde Bailey and Environmental Ethics

Ben A. Minteer

Winter, 2008

30-4

Narrative Environmental Virtue Ethics: Phronesis without a Phronimos

Brian Treanor

Winter, 2008

30-4

The Twofold Myth of Pristine Wilderness: Misreading the Wilderness Act in Terms of Purity

Scott Friskics

Winter, 2008

30-4

The Prospects of a Viable Bio-centric Egalitarianism

Winter, 2008

30-4

An Environmentalist's Lament on Predation Book Review: African American Environmental Thought Foundations by Kimberly K. Smith Book Review: Ecological politics and Democratic Theory: The Challenge to the Deliberative Ideal by Matthew Humphrey

Glenn Parsons Mick Smith Tom Specttor Steve Vanderheiden Susan J Armstrong

Karann Durland Ty Raterman

Winter, 2008

30-4

Winter, 2008

30-4

Winter, 2008

30-4

Book Review: The Oxford Handbook of Religion and Ecology by Roger S. Gottlieb

Llyod Steffen

Fall, 2008

30-3

Integrating Ecological Sciences and Environmental Ethics into Bio cultural Conservation

Ricardo Rozzi

Fall, 2008

30-3

What "Wilderness" in Frontier Ecosystems?

Fall, 2008

30-3

Fall, 2008

30-3

Fall, 2008

30-3

The Landscape Approach: Designing New Reserves for Protection of Biological and Cultural Diversity in Latin America A Traditional and Multicultural Approach to Environmental Ethics at Primary and Secondary School Levels Local vs. Global Knowledge: Diverse Perspectives on Nature in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve

Fall, 2008

30-3

Integrating Science and Society through Long-term Socio-Ecological Research

Fall, 2008

30-3

Philosophy Unbound: Environmental Thinking at the End of the Earth Field Environment Philosophy and Bio-cultural Conservation: The Omora Ethno Botanical Park Education Program Korean Environmental Thought and Practice: A Case Study of the Indramang Community

Melanie Perraul Robert Kirkman

Juan J Armesto

J. Baird Callicott Sergio Guevara

Javier Laborde

Eugene C. Hargrove Uta Berghoefer et al Christopher B. Anderson et al Robert Frodeman

Fall, 2008

30-3

Summer, 2008

30-2

Summer, 2008

30-2

The Immortal World: The Telos of Daoist Environmental Ethics

Sung-Hae Kim

Summer, 2008

30-2

Sustainability Impeded: Ultra Vires Environmental Issues

Paul M. Wood

Summer, 2008

30-2

Personhood and Animals

Summer, 2008

30-2

Animals and the Social Contract

Kimberly K. Smith

Summer, 2008

30-2

Book Reviews: Environmental Citizenship

Dustin Mulvaney

Summer, 2008

30-2

Book Reviews: Precautionary Politics

Ricardo Rozzi et al So-Young Lee

Elisa aaltola

Micheal S. Carolan

Laurel Waterman

Robert Frodeman

Summer, 2008

30-2

Book Reviews: Ecology Redesigning Genes

Summer, 2008

30-2

Book Reviews: Sacramental Commons: Christian Ecological Ethics

Summer, 2008

30-2

Book Reviews: Noxious New York

Spring, 2008

30-1

Mountain Majesties above Fruited Plains

Spring, 2008

30-1

Environmental Art and Ecological Citizenship

Spring, 2008

30-1

Nature and Human Identity

Spring, 2008

30-1

Unnecessary Suffering

J. M. Dieterle

Spring, 2008

30-1

On Behalf of Bioeneh Individualism: A response to Victoria Davion

Jason kawall

Spring, 2008

30-1

Book Review: Nature, Value, Duty: Life on Earth with Homes Rolston III

Spring, 2008

30-1

Book Review: Political Theory and the Ecological Challenge

Spring, 2008

30-1

Book Review: How Much should a Person Consume? Environmentalism in India and the United States

Mark Micheal

Spring, 2008

30-1

Book Review: Biodiversity and the Environmental Philosophy

Bruce Morito

Spring, 2008

30-1

Book Review: Design on the Edge

Andrew Karvonen

Spring, 2008

30-1

Book Review: The Politics of Zoos

Eric Moore

Spring, 2008

30-1

Book Review: Beyond Mothering Earth

Spring, 2008

30-1

Book Review: Merleau-Ponty and Environmental Philosophy

Holmes Rolston III Benard daley Zaleha Derek Bell Holmes Rolston, III Jason Simus Elizabeth Skakoon

Eric Katz Mick Smith

Annie L. Booth Chris Nagel

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