Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 2009.
vi, 301 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Unity among environmentalists? Debating the values-policy link in environmental ethics / Ben A. Minteer Contextualism and Norton's convergence hypothesis / Brian K. Steverson Convergence and contextualism: some clarifications and a reply to Steverson / Bryan G. Norton Why Norton's approach is insufficient for environmental ethics / Laura Westra Convergence in environmental values: an empirical and conceptual defense / Ben A. Minteer and Robert E. Manning The relevance of environmental ethical theories for policy making / Mikael Stenmark Converging versus reconstituting environmental ethics / Holmes Rolston III Environmental ethics and future generations / Douglas Maclean The convergence hypothesis falsified: implicit intrinsic value, operational rights, and de facto standing in the endangered species act / J. Baird Callicott Convergence in an agrarian key / Paul B. Thompson Convergence and ecological restoration: a counterexample / Eric Katz Does a public environmental philosophy need convergence hypothesis? / Andrew Light The importance of creating an applied environmental ethics: lessons learned from climate change / Donald A. Brown Who is converging with whom? An open letter to Professor Bryan Norton from a policy wonk / Daniel Sarewitz Convergence and divergence: the convergence hypothesis twenty years later / Bryan G. Norton.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -297) and index.
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