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Environmental Politics & Policy. Andrew Light is Director of the Center for Global Ethics at George Mason University and Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress. If you thought that environmental philosophy had lost sight of environmental practice, think again. Anyone who has ever despaired at bringing activists and theorists into beneficial contact will find plenty of succor and sound advice in these pages.

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Andrew Light, Avner de-Shalit. What role can philosophers play in helping to resolve the moral and political dilemmas faced by environmental activists and policymakers?

Andrew Light, Avner de-Shalit. What role can philosophers play in helping to resolve the moral and political dilemmas faced by environmental activists and policymakers? Moving away from environmental philosophy's usual focus on abstractions such as nonanthropocentrism and the intrinsic value of nature, this book focuses on environmental practice as the starting point for theoretical reflection. Philosophical thinking, it argues, need not be divided into the academic and the practical.

The book is divided into three parts: Political Theory and Environmental Practice, Philosophical Tools for Environmental Practice, and Rethinking Philosophy through .

The book is divided into three parts: Political Theory and Environmental Practice, Philosophical Tools for Environmental Practice, and Rethinking Philosophy through Environmental Practice. Case studies are included from Canada, Denmark, India, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Topics range from the specific, such as fox hunting and leaded gasoline, to the more general, such as biodiversity in India, biomedical ethics, and crop biotechnology.

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Andrew Light, Avner De-Shalit The book is divided into three parts: Political Theory and Environmental Practice, Philosophical. MIT Press, 2003 - 357 sayfa. The book is divided into three parts: Political Theory and Environmental Practice, Philosophical Tools for Environmental Practice, and Rethinking Philosophy through Environmental Practice.

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What role can philosophers play in helping to resolve the moral and political dilemmas faced by environmental activists and policymakers? Moving away from environmental philosophy's usual focus on abstractions such as nonanthropocentrism and the intrinsic value of nature, this book focuses on environmental practice as the starting point for theoretical reflection. Philosophical thinking, it argues, need not be divided into the academic and the practical. Philosophy can take a more publicly engaged approach.

The authors combine a deep understanding of the environmental ethics literature with a sympathetic sociological and political examination of environmental activists and their reasoning. The book is divided into three parts: Political Theory and Environmental Practice, Philosophical Tools for Environmental Practice, and Rethinking Philosophy through Environmental Practice. Case studies are included from Canada, Denmark, India, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Topics range from the specific, such as fox hunting and leaded gasoline, to the more general, such as biodiversity in India, biomedical ethics, and crop biotechnology.


Moral and Political Reasoning in Environmental Practice download epub
Engineering
Author: Avner de-Shalit,Andrew Light,Avne de De-Shalit
ISBN: 0262122529
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: The MIT Press; First Edition edition (January 17, 2003)
Pages: 344 pages