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Philosophical dialogues : Arne Næss and the progress of ecophilosophy

Author: Nina Witoszek; Andrew Brennan
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield, ©1999.
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This volume documents the progress of Arne Naess's ecophilosophy from its inception to the late 1990s. It includes Naess's most crucial polemics with leading thinkers, drawn from sources as diverse  Read more...

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Philosophical dialogues.
Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield, c1999
(OCoLC)607293668
Named Person: Arne Næss; Arne Næss; Arne Naess; Arne Næss
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nina Witoszek; Andrew Brennan
ISBN: 084768928X 9780847689286 0847689298 9780847689293
OCLC Number: 39157669
Description: xix, 492 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The shallow and the deep, long-range ecology movements : a summary --
The deep ecology platform --
The glass is on the table : the empiricist versus total view --
Ayer on metaphysics : a critical commentary by a kind of metaphysician --
A reply to Arne Næss --
Arne Næss, a philosopher and a mystic : a commentary on the dialogue between Alfred Ayer and Arne Næss --
Remarks on Interpretation and preciseness --
Paul Feyerabend : a green hero? --
Comment : Næss and Feyerabend on science --
Reply to Bill Devall --
Spinoza's environmental ethics --
Environmental ethics and Spinoza's ethics : comments on Genevieve Lloyd's article --
Comment : Lloyd and Næss on Spinoza as ecophilosopher --
A critique of anti-anthropocentric biocentrism --
A defense of the deep ecology movement --
Against biospherical egalitarianism --
An answer to William C. French : ranking, yes, but the inherent value is the same --
Comment : on Næss versus French --
Deep ecology : a new philosophy of our time? --
Intuition, intrinsic value, and deep ecology --
On guiding stars of deep ecology --
Comment : pluralism and deep ecology --
Man apart : an alternative to the self-realization approach --
"Man apart" and deep ecology : a reply to Reed --
Comment : self-realization or man apart? The Reed-Næss debate --
Deep ecology and its critics Kirkpatrick Sale --
A European looks at North American branches of the deep ecology movement --
Letter to the editor of Zeta magazine, 1988 --
Letter to Dave Foreman, 23 June 1988 --
Comment : human population reduction and wild habitat protection --
Class, race, and gender discourse in the ecofeminism/deep ecology debate --
Ecofeminist philosophy and deep ecology --
The ecofeminism versus deep ecology debate --
The ecofeminism-deep ecology dialogue : a short commentary on the exchange between Karen Warren and Arne Næss --
Social ecology versus deep ecology : a challenge for the ecology movement --
Note concerning Murray Bookchin's article "Social ecology versus deep ecology" --
Unanswered letter to Murray Bookchin, 1988 --
To the editor of Synthesis --
Comment : deep ecology and social ecology --
Radical American environmentalism and wilderness preservation : a third world critique --
Comments on Guha's "Radical American environmentalism and wilderness preservation : a third world critique" --
Comment : Næss and Guha --
Philosophy of wolf policies (I) : general principles and preliminary exploration of selected norms --
Næss's deep ecology approach and environmental policy --
Harold Glasser and the deep ecology approach (DEA) --
Convergence corroborated : a comment on Arne Næss on wolf policies --
Value in nature : intrinsic or inherent? --
Response to Jon Wetlesen --
Platforms, nature, and obligational values --Platforms, nature, and obligational values : a response to Per Ariansen --
From skepticism to dogmatism and back : remarks on the history of deep ecology --
Response to Peder Anker --
Arne Næss and the Norwegian nature tradition --
Is the deep ecology vision a green vision or is it multicoloured like the rainbow? An answer to Nina Witoszek --
Radical American environmentalism revisited
Responsibility: edited by Nina Witoszek and Andrew Brennan.

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For fans and devotees of deep ecology, the book is essential, with its copious collection of relevant articles and Naess's classic but often evasive responses. Environmental Values These debates are Read more...

 
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