Environmental Values 3(1994): 229-244. doi: 10.3197/096327194776679692
I propose to show that when the most morally defensible versions of an anthropocentric environmental ethics and a nonanthropocentric ethics are laid out, they would lead us to accept the same principles of environmental justice.
KEYWORDS: Anthropocentric, nonanthropocentric, nonquestion-begging
CITATIONS in other Environmental Values articles:
On the Reconciliation of Anthropocentric and Nonanthropocentric Environmental Ethics. Brian K. Steverson
Reconciliation Reaffirmed: A Reply to Steverson. James P. Sterba
Environmental Egalitarianism and 'Who do you Save' Dilemmas. Mark A. Michael
Beyond Human Racism. Robyn Eckersley
Representing Non-Human Interests. Alfonso Donoso
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