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" It is inconceivable to me that an ethical relation to land can exist without love, respect, and admiration for land, and a high regard for its value. By value, I of course mean something far broader than mere economic value; I mean value in the philosophical... "
Management Planning for Nature Conservation: A Theoretical Basis & Practical ... - Page 86
by Mike Alexander - 2007 - 426 pages
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First Along the River: A Brief History of the U.S. Environmental Movement

Benjamin Kline - 2000 - 184 pages
...conservation easy, we have made it trivial. . . . It is inconceivable to me that an ethical relationship to land can exist without love, respect, and admiration...economic value; I mean value in the philosophical sense. Perhaps the most serious obstacle impeding the evolution of a land ethic is the fact that our educational...
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Ecofeminist Philosophy: A Western Perspective on what it is and why it Matters

Karen Warren - 2000 - 253 pages
...role of Homo sapiens from conqueror of the land-community to plain member and citizen of it. ... (2) It is inconceivable to me that an ethical relation...value. By value, I of course mean something far broader that mere economic value; I mean value in the philosophical sense. . . . (3) A thing is right when...
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Ecofeminist Philosophy: A Western Perspective on what it is and why it Matters

Karen Warren - 2000 - 253 pages
...role of Homo sapiens from conqueror of the land-community to plain member and citizen of it. ... (2) It is inconceivable to me that an ethical relation...land can exist without love, respect, and admiration tor land, and a high regard for its value. By value. I of course mean something far broader that mere...
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The Gift of Property: Having the Good / betraying genitivity, economy and ...

Stephen David Ross - 2001 - 347 pages
...and water, together with the creatures and things that compose the abundance. An ethic of abundance: "It is inconceivable to me that an ethical relation...economic value; I mean value in the philosophical sense" (p. 239). Well, perhaps not in the philosophical sense, given that philosophers have insisted on property...
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A Sand County Almanac

Aldo Leopold - 2001 - 192 pages
...not the same place it was. Mark what you leave. The Outlook IT IS INCONCHIYABLHTO Mi; THAT AN HTH1CAL RELATION TO LAND can exist without love, respect,...economic value; I mean value in the philosophical sense. Perhaps the most serious obstacle impeding the evolution of a land ethic is the fact that our educational...
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Ruin & Recovery: Michigan's Rise as a Conservation Leader

Dave Dempsey - 2001 - 336 pages
...lamented. But he also prescribed a cure for what ailed the Wisconsin of his time and the Michigan of 2000: "It is inconceivable to me that an ethical relation...land, and a high regard for its value. By value, I mean of course something far broader than mere economic value; I mean value in the philosophical sense."...
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Nature Writing: The Tradition in English

Robert Finch, John Elder - 2002 - 1152 pages
...that leave the world. When they are gone, not the same place it was. Mark what you leave. THE OUTL0OK It is inconceivable to me that an ethical relation...economic value; I mean value in the philosophical sense. Perhaps the most serious obstacle impeding the evolution of a land ethic is the fact that our educational...
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So Glorious a Landscape: Nature and the Environment in American History and ...

Chris J. Magoc - 2002 - 301 pages
...on the part of the private owner is the only visible remedy for these situations. . . . The Outlook It is inconceivable to me that an ethical relation...economic value; I mean value in the philosophical sense. Perhaps the most serious obstacle impeding the evolution of a land ethic is the fact that our educational...
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Understanding and Solving Environmental Problems in the 21st Century: Toward ...

R. Costanza, S.E. Jorgensen - 2002 - 346 pages
..."It is inconceivable to me that an ethical relationship to land can exist without love. 108 A. Dakers respect and admiration for land, and a high regard...economic value; I mean value in the philosophical sense." (Leopold, 1968; p. 223). In many societies and cultures, (and particularly the competitive, consumer,...
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Nature, God and Humanity: Envisioning an Ethics of Nature

Richard L. Fern - 2002 - 267 pages
...case for moral worth will, however, need to presume wild nature is a. fit object of love and respect: "it is inconceivable to me that an ethical relation...admiration for land, and a high regard for its value" (Leopold 1970: 261). Love, admiration, and respect go hand-in-hancl. This points to an additional presumption,...
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