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Nature, value, duty : life on Earth with Holmes Rolston, III / edited by Christopher J. Preston and Wayne Ouderkirk.

Contributor(s): Preston, Christopher J | Ouderkirk, Wayne.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Springer.International library of environmental, agricultural, and food ethics: v. 8.Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, c2007Description: 1 online resource (xx, 280 p.).ISBN: 9781402048784; 1402048785.Subject(s): Rolston, Holmes, 1932- | Environmental ethics | Biology -- PhilosophyAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Nature, value, duty.Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Rolston's theory of value / Katie McShane -- Biotic and abiotic nature : how radical is Rolston's environmental philosophy? / Keekok Lee -- Refining Rolston : a natural ontological attitude towards natural values / Christopher J. Preston -- In Rolston's footsteps : human emotions and values in nature / Mark Wynn -- Religion in Rolston's environmental ethics / Ned Hettinger -- Writing straight with crooked lines : Holmes Rolston's ecological theology and theodicy / Lisa Sideris -- "We see beauty now where we could not see it before" : Rolston's aesthetics of nature / Allen Carlson -- Rolston on objective and subjective beauty in nature / Eugene Hargrove -- Words gone wild : language in Rolston's philosophy of nature / Brenda Hausauer -- Caring for nature : an ecofeminist's view of Rolston on eating, hunting, and genetics / Victoria Davion -- Rethinking animal ethics in appropriate context : how Rolston's work can help / Clare Palmer -- Nature diminished or nature managed : applying Rolston's environmental ethics in national parks / John Lemons -- Rolston on urban environments / James W. Sheppard and Andrew Light -- Living on Earth : dialogue and dialectic with my critics / Holmes Rolston, III.
Summary: Gifford Lecturer and Templeton Prize winner Holmes Rolston, III is widely known as the father of environmental ethics. This book presents a collection of contemporary writings on the work of Holmes Rolston, III. It provides an evaluation of many of the topics discussed by Rolston, probing the strengths and weaknesses of his work.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Rolston's theory of value / Katie McShane -- Biotic and abiotic nature : how radical is Rolston's environmental philosophy? / Keekok Lee -- Refining Rolston : a natural ontological attitude towards natural values / Christopher J. Preston -- In Rolston's footsteps : human emotions and values in nature / Mark Wynn -- Religion in Rolston's environmental ethics / Ned Hettinger -- Writing straight with crooked lines : Holmes Rolston's ecological theology and theodicy / Lisa Sideris -- "We see beauty now where we could not see it before" : Rolston's aesthetics of nature / Allen Carlson -- Rolston on objective and subjective beauty in nature / Eugene Hargrove -- Words gone wild : language in Rolston's philosophy of nature / Brenda Hausauer -- Caring for nature : an ecofeminist's view of Rolston on eating, hunting, and genetics / Victoria Davion -- Rethinking animal ethics in appropriate context : how Rolston's work can help / Clare Palmer -- Nature diminished or nature managed : applying Rolston's environmental ethics in national parks / John Lemons -- Rolston on urban environments / James W. Sheppard and Andrew Light -- Living on Earth : dialogue and dialectic with my critics / Holmes Rolston, III.

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Gifford Lecturer and Templeton Prize winner Holmes Rolston, III is widely known as the father of environmental ethics. This book presents a collection of contemporary writings on the work of Holmes Rolston, III. It provides an evaluation of many of the topics discussed by Rolston, probing the strengths and weaknesses of his work.

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