Thirty-Five Year Index: Environmental Ethics

VOLUMES 1-35 (1979-2013)

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Authors

Aaltola, Elisa. "Personhood and Animals." 30 (2008): 175-93.

Abram, David. "Between the Body and the Breathing Earth: A Reply to Ted Toadvine." 27 (2005): 171-90.

---. "Merleau-Ponty and the Voice of the Earth." 10 (1988): 101-20.

Acampora, Ralph R. "Using and Abusing Nietzsche for Environmental Ethics." 16 (1994): 187-94.

Agar, Nicholas. "Valuing Species and Valuing Individuals." 17 (1995): 397-415.

Alexander, Donald. "Bioregionalism: Science or Sensibility?" 12 (1990): 161-73.

Alrøe, Hugo Fjelsted and Erik Steen Kristensen. "Toward a Systemic Ethic: In search of an Ethical Basis for Sustainability and Precaution." 25 (2003): 59-78.

Ames, Roger T. "Taoism and the Nature of Nature." 8 (1986): 317-50.

Anderson, Christopher B., Gene E. Likens, Ricardo Rozzi, Julio R. Gutierrez, Juan Armesto, and Alexandria Poole. "Integrating Science and Society through Long-Term Socio-Ecological Research." 30 (2008): 295-312.

Anderson, Dana. "Ethical Sight." 29 (2007): 115-30.

Anderson, James C. "Moral Planes and Intrinsic Values." 13 (1991): 49-58.

Arias-Maldonado, Manuel. "Let's Make It Real: In Defense of Realistic Constructivism." 33 (2011): 377-93.

Armstrong-Buck, Susan. "Whitehead's Metaphysical System as a Foundation for Environmental Ethics." 8 (1986): 241-59.

Attfield, Robin. "Beyond the Earth Charter: Taking Possible People Seriously." 29 (2007): 359-67.

---. "Has the History of Philosophy Ruined the Environment." 13 (1991): 127-37.

---. "Sober, Environmentalists, Species, and Ignorance." 33 (2011): 307-16.

---. "Social History, Religion, and Technology: An Interdisciplinaqry Investigation into Lynn White, Jr.'s 'Roots.'" 31 (2009): 31-50.

Austin, Richard Cartwright. "Beauty: A Foundation for Environmental Ethics." 7 (1985): 197-208.

Ayres, Robert U., Jeroen C. J. M. van den Bergh, and John M. Gowdy. "Strong versus Weak Sustainability: Economics, Natural Sciences, and "Consilience." 23 (2001): 155-68.

Banon, Bryan E. "Re-Envisioning Nature: The Role of Aesthetics in Environmental Ethics." 33 (2011): 415-36.

Bardsley, Karen. "Mother Nature and the Mother of All Virtues: On the Rationality of Feeling Gratitude toward Nature." 35 (2013). 27-40.

Barrett, Christopher B., and Ray Grizzle. "A Holistic Approach to Sustainability Based on Pluralism Stewardship." 21 (1999): 23-42.

Bartlett, Robert V. "Ecological Rationality: Reason and Environmental Policy." 8 (1986): 221-39.

Basl, John. "Restitutive Restoriation: New Motivations for Ecological Restoration." 32 (2010): 135-47.

Bates. Jennifer. An Inquiry into the Nature of Environmentally Sound Thinking. (2003): 183-97.

Bauman, Whitney A. "The 'Eco-Ontology' of Social/ist Ecofeminist Thought." 29 (2007): 279-98.

Bell, Barbara Currier. "Humanity in Nature: Toward a Fresh Approach." 3 (1981): 245-57.

Bell, Derek. "Environmental Justice and Rawls' Difference Principle." 26 (2004): 287-306.

Bell, Jason M."To the Tenth Generation: Homer's Odyssey as Environmental Ethics." 32 (2010): 51-65.

Bennett, David H. "Triage as a Species Preservation Strategy." 8 (1986): 47-58.

Benton, L. M. "Selling the Natural or Selling Out? Exploring Environmental Merchandising." 17 (1995): 3-22.

Benzoni, Francisco. "Creatures as Creative: Callicott and Whitehead on Creaturely Value." 28 (2006): 37-56.

---. "Rolston's Theological Ethic." 18 (1996): 339-52.

Berghoefer, Uta, Ricardo Rozzi, and Kurt Jax. "Local versus Global Knowledge: Diverse Perspectives on Nature in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve." 30 (2008): 273-94.

Berthold-Bond, Daniel. "The Ethics of 'Place': Reflections on Bioregionalism." 22 (2000): 5-24.

Birch, Thomas H. "The Incarceration of Wildness: Wilderness Areas as Prisons." 12 (1990): 3-26.

---. "Moral Considerability and Universal Consideration." 15 (1993): 313-32.

Birnbacher, Dieter. "A Priority Rule for Environmental Ethics." 4 (1982): 3-16.

Bliese, John R. E. "Traditionalist Conservation and Environmental Ethics." 19 (1997): 135-51.

Bookchin, Murray. "Recovering Evolution: A Reply to Eckersley and Fox." 12 (1990): 253-74.

Boonin-Vail, David. "The Vegetarian Savage: Rousseau's Critique of Meat Eating." 15 (1993): 75-84.

Booth, Annie L. "Learning from Others: Ecophilosophy and Traditional Native American Women's Lives." 20 (1998): 81-99.

---, and Harvey L. Jacobs. "Ties that Bind: Native American Beliefs as a Foundation for Environmental Consciousness." 12 (1990): 27-43.

Booth, Douglas E. "The Economics and Ethics of Old-Growth Forests." 14 (1992): 43-62.

Booth, Kate. "In Wilderness and Wildness: Recognizing and Responding with the Agency of Relational Memory." 33 (2011): 283-93.

Bowers, C. A. "The Case against John Dewey as an Environmental and Eco-Justice Philosopher." 25 (2003): 25-42.

---. "The Conservative Misinterpretation of the Educational Ecological Crisis." 14 (1992): 101-27.

Brady, Emily. "Aesthetic Character and Aesthetic Integrity in Environmental Conservation." 24 (2002): 75-91.

Bratton, Susan Power. "Christian Ecotheology and the Old Testament." 6 (1984): 195-209.

---. "The Ecotheology of James Watt." 5 (1983): 225-36.

---. "National Park Management and Values." 7 (1985): 117-33.

---. "The Original Desert Solitaire: Early Christian Monasticism and Wilderness." 10 (1988): 31-53.

---. "Loving Nature: Eros or Agape?" 14 (1992): 3-25.

Brennan, Andrew. "The Moral Standing of Natural Objects." 6 (1984): 35-56.

Briggs, Robert. "Wild Thoughts: A Deconstructive Environmental Ethics?" 23 (2001): 115-34.

Briggs, Roman. "The Greening of Heart and Mind: A Love Story." 31 (2009): 155-68.

Browers, Michaelle L. "Jefferson's Land Ethic: Environmentalist Ideas in Notes on the State of Virginia." 21 (1999): 43-57.

Brown, Christopher A. "Kantianism and Mere Means." 32 (2010): 267-84.

Brown, Donald A. "Ethics, Science and Environmental Regulation." 9 (1987): 331-49.

---, John Lemons, and Gary E. Varner. "Congress, Consistency, and Environmental Law." 12 (1990): 311-27.

Brown, Rachel. "Righting Ecofeminist Ethics: The Scope and Use of Moral Entitlement." 26 (2004): 247-65.

Bruner, Michael, and Max Oelschlaeger. "Rhetoric, Environmentalism, and Environmental Ethics." 16 (1994): 377-96.

Buege, Douglas J. "The Ecologically Nobel Savage Revisited." 18 (1996): 71-88.

Bugallo, Alicia Irene, and María Teresa La Valle. "Some Initial Approaches to Environmental Philosophy in Argentina." 34 (2012): 411-21.

Bulkley, Kelly. "The Quest for Transformational Experience." 13 (1991) 151-63.

Burnet, G. W., and Kamuyu wa Kang'ethe. "Wilderness and the Bantu Mind." 16 (1994): 145-60.

Cafaro, Philip, and Winthrop Staples III. "The Environmental Argument for Reducing Immigration into the United States." 31 (2009): 5-30

---. "Thoreau, Leopold, and Carson: Toward an Environmental Virtue Ethics." 23 (2001): 3-18.

Cahen, Harley. "Against the Moral Considerability of Ecosystems." 10 (1988): 195-216.

Callicott, J. Baird. "Animal Liberation: A Triangular Affair." 2 (1980): 311-38.

---. "Do Deconstructive Ecology and Sociobiology Undermine Leopold's Land Ethic?" 18 (1996): 353-72.

---. "The Case against Moral Pluralism." 12 (1990): 99-124.

---. "Elements of an Environmental Ethic: Moral Considerability and the Biotic Community." 1 (1979): 71-81.

---. "Hume's Is/Ought Dichotomy and the Relation of Ecology to Leopold's Land Ethic." 4 (1982): 163-74.

---. "Intrinsic Value, Quantum Theory, and Environmental Ethics." 7 (1985): 257-75.

---. "Many Indigenous Worlds or the Indigenous World? A Reply to My 'Indigenous' Critics." 22 (2000): 291-310.

---. "The Metaphysical Implications of Ecology." 8 (1986): 301-16.

---. "Rolston on Intrinsic Value: A Deconstruction." 14 (1992): 129-43.

---. "Traditional American Indian and Western European Attitudes toward Nature: An Overview." 4 (1982): 293-318.

___. "What 'Wilderness' in Frontier Ecosystems?" 30 (2008): 235-49.

---, and Eugene C. Hargrove. "Leopold's 'Means and Ends in Wild Life Management.'" 12 (1990): 333-37.

---, Jonathan Parker, Jordan Batson, Nathan Bell, Keith Brown, Samatha Moss, Alexandria Poole, and John Wooding. "The Other in A Sand County Almanac: Aldo Leopold's Animals and His Wild-Animal Ethic." 33 (2011): 115-46,

Cameon, W. S. K. "Tapping Havermas's Discourse Theory for Environmental Ethics." 31 (2009): 339-57.

Campos, Daniel G. "Assessing the Value of Nature: A Transactional Approach." 24 (2002): 57-74.

Care, Norman S. "Future Generations, Public Policy, and the Motivation Problem." 4 (1982): 195-213.

Carlson, Allen. "Nature and Positive Aesthetics." 6 (1984): 5-34.

Carone, Gabriela Roxana. "Plato and the Environment." 20 (1998): 115-33.

Carter, Alan. "Saving Nature and Feeding People." 26 (2004): 339-60.

Cave, George S. "Animals, Heidegger, and the Right to Life." 4 (1982): 249-54.

Causey, Ann S. "On the Morality of Hunting." 11 (1989): 327-343.

Chaloupka, William. "John Dewey's Social Aesthetics as a Precedent for Environmental Thought." 9 (1987): 243-60.

Chawla, Saroj. "Linguistic and Philosophical Roots of Our Environmental Crisis." 13 (1991): 253-62.

Cheetham, Tom. "The Forms of Life: Complexity, History, and Actuality." 15 (1993): 293-11.

Cheney, Jim. "Callicott's 'Metaphysics of Morals.'" 13 (1991): 311-25.

---. "Eco-Feminism and Deep Ecology." 9 (1987): 115-45.

---. "Naturalizing the Problem of Evil." 19 (1997): 299-313.

---. "The Neo-Stoicism of Radical Environmentalism." 11 (1989): 293-325.

---. "Postmodern Environmental Ethics: Ethics as Bioregional Narrative." 11 (1989): 117-34.

---. "Universal Consideration: An Epistemological Map of the Terrain." 20 (1998): 265-77.

---, and Karen J. Warren. "Ecosystem Ecology and Metaphysical Ecology: A Case Study." 15 (1993): 99-116.

---, and Anthony Weston. "Environmental Ethics as Environmental Etiquette: Toward an Ethics-Based Epistemology." 21 (1999): 115-34.

Cheng, Chung-ying. "On the Environmental Ethics of the Tao and the Ch'i." 8 (1986): 351-70.

Chessa, Frank. "Endangered Species and the Right to Die." 27 (2005): 23-41.

Christ, Carol P., and Kathryn Roundtree. "Humanity in the Web of Life." 28 (2006): 185-200.

Clark, John P. "Marx's Inorganic Body." 11 (1989): 243-58.

Clement, Roland C. "Watson's Reciprocity of Rights and Duties." 1 (1979): 353-55.

Cobb, John, Jr. "Christian Existence in a World of Limits." 1 (1979): 149-58.

Cockell, Charles S. "The Ethical Relevance of Earth-like Extrasolar Planets." 28 (2006): 303-14.

---. "The Value of Microorganisms." 27 (2005): 375-90.

Coglianese, Cary. "Implications of Liberal Neutrality for Environmental Policy." 20 (1998): 41-59.

Colwell, Tom. "The Ethics of Being Part of Nature." 9 (1987): 99-113.

Collins, Denis and John Barkdull. "Capitalism, Environmentalism, and Mediating Structures: From Adam Smith to Stakeholder Panels." 17 (1995): 227-57.

Collins-Chobanian, Shari. "Beyond Sax and Welfare Interests: A Case for Environmental Rights." 22 (2000): 133-48.

---, Eric Comerford, and Chris Kerlin. Twenty Million Environmental Refugees and Counting: A Call for Recognition or a New Convention." 32 (2010): 149-63.

Conviser, Richard. "Toward Agricultures of Context." 6 (1984): 71-85.

Cook, Julie. "The Philosophical Colonization of Ecofeminism." 20 (1998): 227-46.

Corlett, J. Angelo. "Corporate Responsibility for Environmental Damage." 18 (1996): 195-207.

Cowan, Tyler. Policing Nature. 25 (2003): 169-82.

Cowell, Mark. "Ecological Restoration and Environmental Ethics." 15 (1993) 19-32.

Cox, Damian. "On the Value of Natural Relations." 19 (1997): 173-83.

Cox, Susan Jane Buck. "No Tragedy of the Commons." 7 (1985): 49-61.

Crawford-Brown, Douglas, and Neil E. Pearce. "Sufficient Proof in the Scientific Justification of Environmental Actions." 11 (1989): 153-67.

Crescenzo, Daniel L. "The Problem of Predator-Prey Relations and Predator Flourishing in Nussbaum's Capbilities Approach to Justice." 34 (2012): 177-97.

Crist, Eileen. "Against the Social Construction of Nature and Wilderness." 26 (2004): 5-24.

Crittenden, Chris. "Subordinative and Oppressive Conceptual Frameworks: A Defense of Ecofeminist Perspectives." 20 (1998): 247-63.

Cuomo, Christine J. "Unraveling the Problems in Ecofeminism." 14 (1992): 351-63.

Curtin, Deane. "Dogen, Deep Ecology, and the Ecological Self." 16 (1994): 195-213.

---. "Making Peace with the Earth: Indigenous Agriculture and the Green Revolution." 17 (1995): 59-73.

Curzer, Howard J., Mark Wallace, Gad Perry, Peter Muhlburger, and Dan Perry. "Environmental Research Ethics." 35 (2013): 95-114.

Dalmiya, Vrinda. "Cows and Others: Toward Constructing Ecofeminist Selves." 24 (2002): 149-68.

Davidson, Julie L. "Sustainable Development: Business as Usual or a New Way of Living?" 22 (2000): 25-42.

Davion, Victoria. "Itch Scratching, Patio Building, and Pesky Flies: Biocentric Individualism Revisited." 28 (2006): 115-28.

Davis, Donald. "Ecosophy: The Seduction of Sophia?" 8 (1986): 151-62.

Davradou, Maria, and Paul Wood. "The Promotion of Individual Autonomy in Environmental Ethics." 22 (2000): 73-84.

Deegan, Mary Jo and Christopher W. Podesch. "The Ecofeminist Pragmatism of Charlotte Perkins Gilman." 23 (2001): 19-36.

Diehm. Christian. "Biophilia and Biodiversity: Environmental Ethics in the Work of Stephen R. Kellert." 34 (2012): 51-66.

Deknatel, Charles Y. "Questions about Environmental Ethics-Toward a Research Agenda with a Focus on Public Policy." 2 (1980): 353-62.

Delancey, Craig. "Teleofunctions and Oncomice: The Case for Revising Varner's Value Theory." 26 (2004): 171-88.

Del Caro, Adrian. "Nietzschean Considerations on Environment." 26 (2004): 307-21.

Deliege, Glenn. "The Cinquefoil Controversy: Restoring Relics between Managers and Purists." 32 (2010): 17-32.

DeLuca, Kevin Michael. "Rethinking Critical Theory: Instrumental Reason, Judgment, and the Environmental Crisis." 23 (2001): 307-25.

de Groot, Mirjam, et al.: "Public Visions of the Human/Naure Relationship and their Implications for Environmental Ethics." 33 (2011): 25-44.

de Laplante, Kevin. "Environmental Alchemy: How to Turn Ecological Science into Ecological Philosophy." 26 (2004): 361-80.

de Leeuw, A. Dionys. "Can Nature Conservation Justify Sport Fishing?" 34 (2012): 159-75.

---. "Contemplating the Interests of Fish: The Angler's Challenge." 18 (1996): 373-90.

Deutsch, Eliot. "A Metaphysical Grounding for Nature Reverence: East-West." 8 (1986): 293-99.

Devall, Bill and George Sessions. "The Development of Nature Resources and the Integrity of Nature." 6 (1984): 293-322.

Diehm, Christian. "Arne Naess and the Task of Gestalt Ontology." 28 (2006): 21-35.

---. "Minding Nature: Val Plumwood's Critique of Moral Extensionism." 32 (2010): 3-16.

Dieterle, J. M. "Unnecessary Suffering." 30 (2008): 51-67.

Dion, Michel. "A Typology of Corporate Environmental Policies." 20 (1998): 151-62.

Dixon, Beth A. "The Feminist Connection between Women and Animals." 18 (1996): 181-94.

diZerega, Gus."Individuality, Human and Natural Communities, and the Foundations of Ethics." 17 (1995): 23-37.

Doeleman, J. A. "On the Social Rate of Discount: The Case for Macroenvironmental Policy." 2 (1980): 45-58.

Domsky, Darren. "The Inadequacy of Callicott's Ecological Communitarianism." 28 (2006): 395-412.

Dore, Mohammed H. I. "The Problem of Valuation in Neoclassical Environmental Economics." 18 (1996): 65-70.

Drengson, Alan R. "Shifting Paradigms: From the Technocratic to the Person-Planetary." 2 (1980): 221-40.

Drenthen, Martin. "Fatal Attraction: Wildness in Contempoary Film." 31 (2009): 297-315.

---. "The Paradox of Environmental Ethics: Nietzsche's View of Nature and the Wild." 21 (1999): 163-75.

Drucker, Claudia. "Hannah Arendt on the Need for a Public Debate on Science." 20 (1998): 305-16.

Drucker, Merrit P. "The Military Commander's Responsibility for the Environment." 11 (1989): 135-52.

Dryzek, John S. "Green Reason: Communicative Ethics for the Biosphere." 12 (1990): 195-210.

Duffin, Stephen J. "The Environmental Views of John Locke and the Maori People of New Zealand." 26 (2004): 381-401.

Durland, Karann. "The Prospects of a Viable Biocentric Egalitarianism." 30 (2008): 401-16.

Dustin, Daniel L., and Leo H. McAvoy. "The Decline and Fall of Quality Recreation Opportunities and Environments?" 4 (1982): 49-56.

---. "Hardining National Parks." 2 (1980): 39-44.

---. "Toward Environmental Eolithism." 6 (1984): 161-66.

Duval, R. Shannon, and David Edward Shaner. "Conservation Ethics and the Japanese Intellectual Tradition." 11 (1989): 197-214.

Ebenreck, Sara. " A Partnership Farmland Ethic." 5 (1983): 33-45.

---. "Opening Pandora's Box: The Role of Imagination in Environmental Ethics." 18 (1996): 3-18.

Eckersley, Robyn. "Divining Evolution: The Ecological Ethics of Murray Bookchin." 11 (1989): 99-116.

Edwards, Steven E. "In Defense of Environmental Economics." 9 (1987): 73-85.

Elliot, Robert. "Extinction, Restoration, Naturalness." 16 (1994): 135-44.

---. "Instrumental Value in Nature as a Basis for the Intrinsic Value of Nature as a Whole." 27 (2005): 43-56.

Elliott, Kevin. "Norton's Conception of Sustainability: Political, Not Metaphysical." 29 (2007): 3-22.

Eschenhagen, Maria Luisa. "Approaches to Enrique Leff's Environmental Thought: A Challenge and a Venture that Enriches the Meaning of Life." 34 (2012): 423-29.

Evanoff, Richard J. "Communicative Ethics and Moral Considerability." 29 (2007): 247-66.

Fabel, Arthur J. "Environmental Ethics and the Question of Cosmic Purpose." 16 (1994): 303-14.

Ferré, Frederick. "Obstacles on the Path to Organismic Ethics: Some Second Thoughts." 11 (1989): 231-241.

---. "Value, Time, and Nature." 17 (1995): 417-31.

Fesmire, Steven. "Ecological Imagination." 32 (2010): 183-203.

Field, Terri. "Caring Relationships with Natural and Artificial Environments." 17 (1995): 307-20.

Fieser, James. "Callicott and the Metaphysical Basis of Ecocentric Morality." 15 (1993): 171-80.

Fisher, John A. "Taking Sympathy Seriously." 9 (1987): 197-215.

Fitzpatrick, William J. "Climate Change and the Rights of Future Generations: Social Justice beyond Mutual Advantage." 29 (2007): 369-88.

Fjellstrom, Roger. "Equality Does Not Entail Equality across Species." 24 (2002): 339-52.

Flader, Susan L. "Leopold's Some Fundamentals of Conservation: A Commentary." 1 (1979): 143-48.

Folse, Henry J., Jr. "The Environment and the Epistemological Lesson of Complementarity." 15 (1993): 345-53.

Foltz, Bruce V. "On Heidegger and the Interpretation of Environmental Crisis." 6 (1984): 323-38.

Foltz, Richard. "Is There an Islamic Environmentalism?" 22 (2000): 63-72.

Foster, Susanne E. "Aristotle and the Environment." 24 (2002): 409-28.

Fouke, Daniel C. "Blameworthy Environmental Beliefs." 34 (2012): 115-34.

---. "Human and the Soil." 33 (2011):147-61.

Fox, Michael Allen. "Nuclear Weapons and the Ultimate Environmental Crisis." 9 (1987): 159-179.

Fox, Warwick. "The Deep Ecology-Ecofeminism Debate and Its Parallels." 11 (1989): 5-25.

Francis, Leslie Pickering. Global Systemic Problems and Interconnected Duties. 25 (2003): 115-28.

Franklin, Julian H. "Regan on the Lifeboat Problem: A Defense." 23 (2001): 189-201.

Frasz, Geoffrey B. "Environmental Virtue Ethics: A New Direction for Environmental Ethics." 15 (1993): 259-74.

French, William C. "Against Biospherical Egalitarianism." 17 (1995): 39-57.

Frierson, Patrick. "Metastandards in the Ethics of Adam Smith and Aldo Leopold." 29 (2007): 171-91.

Friskics, Scott. "Dialogical Relations with Nature." 23 (2001): 391-410.

---. "The Twofold Myth of Pristine Wilderness: Misreading the Wilderness Act in Terms of Purity." 30 (2008): 381-99.

Frodeman, Robert. "Philosophy Unbound: Environmental Ethics at the End of the World." 30 (2008): 313-24.

---. "The Policy Turn in Environmental Ethics." 28 (2006): 3-20.

---. "Radical Environmentalism and the Political Roots of Postmodernism." 14 (1992): 307-19.

Fuller, Robert C. "American Pragmatism Reconsidered: William James' Ecological Ethic." 14 (1992): 159-176.

Gaard, Greta. "Ecofeminism and Wilderness." 19 (1997): 5-24.

Gardiner, Robert W. "Between Two Worlds: Humans in Nature and Culture." 12 (1990): 339-52.

Gare, Arran E. "MacIntyre, Narratives, and Environmental Ethics. 20 (1998): 3-21.

George, Kathryn Paxton. Animal, Vegetable, or Woman? A Feminist Critique of Ethical Vegetarianism. 24 (2002): 429-32.

Gerber, Lisa. "What is So Bad about Misanthropy?" 24 (2002): 41-55.

Gillespie, Alexander. "Legitimating a Whale Ethic." 25 (2003): 395-410.

Gillroy, John Martin. "Public Policy and Environmental Risk." 14 (1992): 217-37.

Glasser, Harold. On Warwick Fox's Assessment of Deep Ecology. 19 (1997): 69-85.

Glazebrook, Trish, and Anthony Kola-Olusanya. "Justice, Conflict, Capital, and Care: Oil in the Niger Delta." 33 (2011): 163-84.

Godfrey-Smith, William. "The Value of Wilderness." 1 (1979): 309-19.

Godlovitch, Stan. "Things Change: So Whither Sustainability?" 20 (1998): 291-304.

Godwin, David K. "Schweitzer Reconsidered: The Applicability of Reverence for Life as Environmental Philosophy." 29 (2007): 403-21.

Goff-Yates, Amy. "Karen Warren and the Logic of Domination: A Defense." 22 (2000): 169-81.

Golley, Frank B. "Deep Ecology from the Perspective of Environmental Science." 9 (1987): 45-55.

Goodman, Russell. "Taoism and Ecology." 2 (1980): 73-80.

Goodpaster, Kenneth E. "On Stopping at Everything: A Reply to W.M. Hunt." 2 (1980): 281-84.

Gowans, Matthew and Philip Cafaro. "A Latter-Day Saint Environmental Ethic." 25 (2003): 375-94.

Gowdy, John M., Lisa Krall, and Yunzhong Chen. "The Parable of the Bees: Beyond Proximate Causes in Ecosystem Service Valuation." 35 (2013): 41-55.

---. "Progress and Environmental Sustainability." 16 (1994): 41-55.

---, and Peg R. Olsen. "Further Problems with Neoclassical Environmental Ethics." 16 (1994): 161-71.

Grande, Sandy Marie Anglas. "Beyond the Ecologically Nobel Savage: Deconstructing the White Man's Indian." 21 (1999): 307-20.

Grange, Joseph. "Being, Feeling, and Environment." 7 (1985): 351-64.

Grant, Don Sherman, II. "Religion and the Left: The Prospects of a Green Coalition." 19 (1997): 115-34.

Green, Judith M. "Retrieving the Human Place in Nature." 17 (1995): 381-96.

Green, Karen. "Freud, Wollstonecraft, and Ecofeminism: A Defense of Liberal Feminism." 16 (1994): 117-34.

Grove-White, Robin, and Mike Michael. "Talking about Talking about Nature: Nurturing Ecological Consciousness." 15 (1993): 33-47.

Grumbine, Edward R. "Wildness, Wise Use, and Sustainable Development." 16 (1994): 227-49.

Gruzalski, Bart. "Gandhi's Contributions to Environmental Thought and Action." 24 (2002): 227-42.

Guelke, Jeanne Kay. "Looking for Jesus in Christian Environmental Ethics." 26 (2004): 115-34.

Guevara, Sergio, and Javier Laborde. "The Landscape Approach: Designing New Reserves for Protection of Biological and Cultural Diversity in Latin America." 30 (2008): 251-62.

Guha, Ramachandra. "Radical American Environmentalism and Wilderness Preservation: A Third World Critique." 11 (1989): 71-83.

Gunn, Alastair S. "Environmental Ethics and Tropical Rain Forests: Should Greens Have Standing?" 16 (1994): 21-40.

---. "The Restoration of Species and Natural Environments." 13 (1991): 291-309.

---. "Rethinking Communities: Environmental Ethics in an Urbanized World." 20 (1998): 341-60.

---. "Traditional Ethics and the Moral Status of Animals." 5 (1983): 133-54.

---. "Why Should We Care about Rare Species?" 2 (1980): 17-37.

Gutiérrez, Daniel Eduardo. "Environmental Thought in Argentina: A Panoramic View." 34 (2012): 399-410.

Hadjilambrinos, Constantine. "An Egalitarian Response to Utilitarian Analysis of Long-Lived Pollution: The Case of High-Level Radiation Waste." 22 (2000): 43-62.

Hailwood, Simon. "Landscape, Nature, and Neopragmatism." 29 (2007): 131-49.

Hall, Matthew. "Plant Autonomy and Human-Plant Ethics." 31 (2009): 169-81.

Hallman, Max O. "Nietzsche's Environmental Ethics." 13 (1991): 99-125.

Hammond, John L. "Wilderness and Heritage Values." 7 (1985): 165-70.

Hargrove, Eugene C. "Anglo-American Land Use Attitudes." 2 (1980): 121-48.

---. "The Historical Foundations of American Environmental Attitudes." 1 (1979): 209-40.

---. "A Traditional and Multicultural Approach to Environmental EThics and Primary and Secondary School Levels." 30 (2008): 263-71.

---, and J. Baird Callicott. "Leopold's 'Means and Ends in Wild Life Management.'" 12 (1990): 333-37.

Harlow, Elizabeth M. "The Human Face of Nature: Environmental Values and the Limits of Nonanthropocentrism." 14 (1992): 27-42.

Harmon, David. "Cultural Diversity, Human Subsistence, and the National Park Ideal." 9 (1987): 147-58.

Harman, Jay R. "Notions of Self-Interest: Reflections on the Intersection between Contingency and Applied Environmental Ethics." 23 (2001): 377-89.

Hartley, Troy W. "Environmental Justice: An Environmental Civil Rights Value Acceptable to All World Views." 17 (1995): 277-89.

Hartmann, William K. "Space Exploration and Environmental Issues." 6 (1984): 227-39.

Hartshorne, Charles. "The Rights of the Subhuman World." 1 (1979): 49-60.

Haussoun, Nicole. "Free Trade and the Environment." 31 (2009): 51-66.

Haught, John F. "The Emergent Environment and the Problem of Cosmic Purpose." 8 (1986): 139-50.

Haught, Paul. "Environmental Virtues and Environmental Justice." 33 (2011): 357-75.

---. "Hume's Projectivist Legacy for Environmental Ethics." 28 (2006): 77-96.

Hawkins, Ronnie. "Cultural Whaling, Commodification, and Culture Change." 23 (2001): 287-306.

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Ophuls, William. "On Hoffert and the Scarcity of Politics." 8 (1986): 287.

Parker, Kelly A. "A Reply to C. A. Bowers." 26 (2004): 333-34.

Putnam, Daniel. "Do Animals Have Disposition?" 33 (2011): 109-10.

Ryan, Philip. "Gare, MacIntyre, and Tradition." 22 (2000): 223-224.

Sandler, Ronald. "On 'Aristotle and the Environment.'" 26 (2004): 223-24.

Skolimowski, Henryk. "The Dogma of Anti-Anthropocentrism and Ecophilosophy." 6 (1984): 283-88.

Smith, Mick. "Avalanches and Snowballs: A Reply to Arne Naess." 23 (2001): 223-24.

Spitler, Gene. "Do We Really Need Environmental Ethics?" 7 (1985): 91-92.

Sterba, Jim and Peter Wenz. "Peacemaking Philosophy: Another Try." 23 (2001): 112.

Sterba, James P. "Reviewing a Reviewer: A Response to Peter Wenz." 22 (2000): 333-34.

Steverson, Brian K. "On Norton's Reply to Steverson." 19 (1997): 335-36.

Stillman, Peter G. "Morality, Economics, and Environmental Policy." 6 (1984): 95-96.

Stone, Christopher D. "Legal Rights and Moral Pluralism." 9 (1987): 281-84.

Strang, Carl A. "The Ethics of Wildlife Rehabilitation." 8 (1986): 183-85.

Vesilind, P. Aarne. "What Is and What Is Not Natural." 1 (1979): 379.

Watson, Richard A. "Interests, Rights and Self-Consciousness." 4 (1982): 285-87.

---. "A Note on Deep Ecology." 6 (1984): 377-79.

---. "Misanthropy, Humanity, and the Eco-Warriors." 14 (1992):95.

Wenz, Peter S. "Peacemaking in Practice: A Response to Jim Sterba." 22 (2000): 441-42.

Weston, Anthony. "On Callicott's Case against Moral Pluralism." 13 (1991) 283-86.

---. "Unfair to Swamps: A Reply to Katz." 10 (1988): 285-88.

Selected Editorial Remarks

"How, When, Where, and Why." 1 (1979): 1.

"The State of the Journal." 1 (1979): 291-92.

"Nuts and Bolts." 3 (1981): 3.

"Lucy Growing Old Chimpanzee." 3 (1981): 195-96.

"New Directions." 3 (1981): 291-92.

"Environmental Ethics and Contemporary Ethical Theory." 4 (1982): 99-100.

"Ecological Sabotage: Pranks or Terrorism?" 4 (1982): 291-92.

"Editor's Response." 5 (1983): 96.

"Beyond Spaceship Earth." 6 (1984): 3-4.

"On Studying Environmental Ethics." 6 (1984): 99-100.

"On Reading Environmental Ethics." 6 (1984): 291-92.

"On Teaching Environmental Ethics." 7 (1985): 3-4.

"Editor's Response." 7 (1985): 188-89.

"The Quest for New Directions." 7 (1985): 195-96.

"On Editing Environmental Ethics." 7 (1985): 291-92, 320.

"Bats, Bacardi, and Environmental Education." 8 (1986): 3-4.

"Environmental Ethics and Asian and Comparative Philosophy." 8 (1986): 291-92.

"Problems and Prospects." 9 (1987): 195-96.

"The Shape of Things to Come." 10 (1988): 99-100.

"Beginning the Next Decade: Taking Stock." 11 (1989): 3-4.

"The Future is Now." 11 (1989): 291-92.

"Changing Times." 14 (1992): 99-100.

"After Fifteen Years." 15 (1993): 291-92.

"Overcoming Environmental Newspeak." 16 (1994): 115-16.

"Should Environmentalism be Radical?" 17 (1995): 339-40.

"Environmental Ethics and the Earth Charter." 19 (1997): 3-4.

"After Twenty Years." 20 (1998): 339-40.

"The Next Century and Beyond." 22 (2000): 3-4.

"What's Wrong? Who's to Blame?" 25 (2003): 3-4.

"After Twenty-Five Years." 26 (2004): 3-4.

"About this Special Issue." 30 (2008): 227-28.

"Environmental Ethics and the Culture War." 30 (2008): 339-40.

"Preserving the Moon." 31 (2009): 3-4.

"Teaching Intrinsic Value to Children."32 (2010): 227-28.

"Biology, Environmental Ethics, and Policy." 34 (2012): 3-4.

"About This South American Issue." 34 (2012): 341-42.

"Looking Forward." 35(2013): 3-4.



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