|1 The concept of ecological justice ||1|
|PART IHow to think about moral issues: universalist versus contextualist approaches||11|
|2 The case for social constructivism considered ||13|
|3 Contextualist rather than universalist and rationalist morality? ||28|
|PART IIThe case for the moral considerability of all organisms||43|
|4 The restriction of moral status to sentient organisms ||45|
|5 The moral status of the non-sentient ||60|
|PART IIIThe case for ecological justice||75|
|6 The concept of ecological justice: objections and replies ||77|
|7 Liberal theories of justice and the non-human ||95|
|8 Ecological justice and justice as impartiality ||110|
|9 Ecological justice and the non-sentient ||126|
|10 Ecological justice and the sentient ||140|
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Book title: A Theory of Ecological Justice.
Contributors: Brian Baxter - Author.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 2004.
Page number: ix.
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