Ecological Relations: Towards an Inclusive Politics of the Earth

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1
Midgley, M. (1983b) 'Duties concerning Islands', in Elliot, R. (ed.) (1995) Environmental Ethics, Oxford: Oxford University Press, p. 101.
2
Cf. Schwarz, W. and Schwarz, D. (1998) Living Lightly: Travels in Post-Consumer Society, Charlby, Oxfordshire: Jon Carpenter Publishing.
3
Glacken, C. J. (1967) Traces on the Rhodian Shore: Nature and Culture in Western Thought from Ancient Times to the End of the Eighteenth Century, Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.
4
Marsh, G. P. (1965, first published in 1864) Man and Nature, London: Oxford University Press; Worster, D. (1988) 'The Vulnerable Earth: Toward a Planetary History', The Ends of the Earth: Perspectives on Modern Environmental History, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
5
Cited variously: Bramwell, A. (1989) Ecology in the 20th Century: A History, New Haven and London: Yale University Press; Brennan, A. (1988) Thinking about Nature: An Investigation of Nature, Value and Ecology, Athens: The University of Georgia Press; Dobson, A. (1995, 2nd ed.) Green Political Thought, London: Routledge.
6
White, L. Jnr. (1967) 'The Historical Roots of Our Ecologic Crisis', Science, 155 (3767) pp. 1203-1207.
7
Worster, (1988).
8
Francis Bacon quoted by Worster, (1988) p. 20.
9
Bramwell, (1989) p. 4.
10
Bramwell, (1989) pp. 16-18.
11
Carson, R. (1962) Silent Spring, London: Hamish Hamilton.
12
Pepper, D. (1984) The Roots of Modern Environmentalism, Beckenham, Kent: Croom Helm.
13
Eckersley, R. (1992) Environmentalism and Political Theory: Towards an Ecocentric Approach, London: UCL Press, p. 8.
14
Conley, V. A. (1997) Ecopolitics: The Environment in Poststructuralist Thought, London: Routledge.
15
Sessions, G. (1987) 'The Deep Ecology Movement: A Review', Environmental Review, 9, 105-125, pp. 120-121.
16
Kuhn, T. S. (1970) (2nd ed.) The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, London: The University of Chicago Press.
17
Rodman, J. (1977) 'The Liberation of Nature?' Inquiry, 20, 83-145, p. 113.
18
Merchant, C. (1992) Radical Ecology: The Search for a Livable World, London: Routledge.
19
Rodman, (1977) pp. 113-114 and 116-117, respectively.
20
Rodman, J. (1980) 'Paradigm Change in Political Science: An Ecological Perspective', American Behavioral Scientist, 24 (1) 49-78, p. 73.
21
Capra, F. (1983) The Turning Point: Science, Society and the Rising Culture, London: Flamingo.
22
Catton, W. R. and Dunlap, R. E. (1980) 'A New Ecological Paradigm for Post-Exuberant Sociology', American Behavioral Scientist, 24 (1), 15-47.
23
Routley, R. (1983) 'Roles and Limits of Paradigms in Environmental Thought and Action', in Elliot, R. and Gare, A. (eds) Environmental Philosophy, Milton Keynes: Open University Press, p. 284.
24
Naess, A. (1973) 'The Shallow and the Deep, Long-Range Ecology Movement. A Summary', Inquiry, 16 (1), 95-100, p. 98; Capra, F. (1996) The Web of Life: A New Synthesis of Mind and Matter, London: HarperCollins Publishers.
25
Devall, B. (1980) 'The Deep Ecology Movement', Natural Resources Journal, 20 (2), 299-322, p. 299.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Exclusivity of International Relations 9
  • Notes 30
  • 2 - Understandings of an Ecological Perspective 36
  • Notes 60
  • 3 - System Building and 'Game Openings' 67
  • 4 - Ecological Relations 97
  • 5 - Ecological Relations 138
  • Notes 170
  • 6 - Ecological Relations 177
  • Notes 217
  • Conclusion 227
  • Index 237
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