Philosophy Gone Wild: Environmental Ethics

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REFERENCES
Vincent Barry, "Ecology," ch. 9 in Moral Issues in Business ( Belmont, Calif.: Wadsworth, 1979).
Tom L. Beauchamp, and Norman E. Bowie, "Environmental Responsibility," ch. 8 in Ethical Theory and Business (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1979).
Herman E. Daly, ed., Economics, Ecology, Ethics: Essays Toward a Steady-State Economy ( San Francisco: W. H. Freeman, 1980).
D. J. Davison, The Environmental Factor: An Approach for Managers ( N.Y.: John Wiley and Sons, Halsted Press, 1978).
Jean Dorst, Before Nature Dies ( Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1970).
Nicholas Holmes, ed., Environment and the Industrial Society ( London: Hodder and Stoughton Educational Services, 1976).
H. Jeffrey Leonard, J. Clarence Davies III, and Gordon Binder, eds., Business and Environment: Toward Common Ground ( Washington, D.C.: The Conservation Foundation, 1977).
George F. Rohrlich, Environmental Management ( Cambridge, Mass.: Ballinger, 1976).
Donald Scherer and Thomas Attig, Ethics and the Environment (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1983).
Presson S. Shane, "Business and Environmental Issues," in Ethical Issues in Business: A Philosophical Approach, Thomas Donaldson and Patricia H. Werhane, eds., (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1979).
Manuel G. Velasquez, "Ethics and the Environment," ch. 5 in Business Ethics: Concepts and Cases (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1982).
Sec. 1. There is more detail on the Kepone case in Beauchamp and Bowie (see reference above). See also Marvin H. Zim, "Allied Chemical's $20-Million Ordeal with Kepone," in Fortune 98, no. 5 ( September 11, 1978): 82-90, and Frances S. Sterrett and Caroline A. Boss, "Careless Kepone," in Environment 19, no. 2 ( March 1977): 30-37, and references there. For a discussion of the Jari project see William M. Denevan, "Development and the Imminent Demise of the Amazon Rain Forest," The Professional Geographer 25 ( 1973): 130-35; A. Gómez-Pompa, C. Vázquez-Yanes, and S. Guevara, "The Tropical Rain Forest: A Nonrenewable Resource," Science 177 ( 1972): 762-65; Norman Gall, "Ludwig's Amazon Empire," Forbes 123, no. 10 ( May 14, 1979): 127-44; Philip M. Fearnside and Judy M. Rankin, "Jari and Development in the Brazilian Amazon," Interciencia 5 ( 1980): 146-56. For radiation risks from uranium tailings see D. G. Crawford and R. W. Leggett, "Assessing the Risk of Exposure to Radioactivity," American Scientist 68 ( 1980): 524-36. See also a suggestion for sec. 26.
Sec. 3. For more on stakeholders, see Schacht and Powers, note 6 above. For a survey of environmental concerns in corporate policy see Leonard Lund, Corporate Organization for Environmental Policymaking ( N.Y.: The Conference Board, 1974), Report No. 618.
Sec. 4. Mobile Oil's ad, "The $66 Billion Mistake," in The New York Times, February 1, 1973, p. 35, favoring California over federal standards, illustrates corporate foot-dragging. Du Pont's extensive lobbying and advertising against fluorocarbon aerosol bans, despite mounting evidence of their depletion of the ozone layer, is illustrated

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents 7
  • Preface 9
  • I. Ethics and Nature 11
  • 1: Is There an Ecological Ethic? 12
  • Notes 28
  • 2: Can and Ought We to Follow Nature? 30
  • 3: Philosophical Aspects of the Environment 53
  • 4: The River of Life 61
  • Ii. Values in Nature 73
  • 5: Values in Nature 74
  • Notes 89
  • 6: Are Values in Nature Subjective or Objective? 91
  • 7: Values Gone Wild 118
  • Iii. Environmental Philosophy in Practice 143
  • 8: Just Environmental Business 144
  • Introduction 144
  • References 177
  • 9: Valuing Wildlands 180
  • Iv. Nature in Experience 221
  • 11: Lake Solitude 223
  • 12: Meditation at the Precambrian Contact 233
  • 13: Farewell, Washington County 241
  • 14: Nature and Human Emotions 248
  • Subject Index 263
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