Book review: if we are to be truly serious about the planet we have to consider more than just the human beings on its surface.
LSE Review of Books
(17 Jul 2012)
Ecological Ethics takes issue with the common assumption that existing human ethics can be ′extended′ to meet the demands of the ongoing ecological crisis. The book ultimately argues a new and truly ecological ethic is both possible and urgently needed. James Connelly reviews the book and finds that he has seldom read better.
Ecological Ethics: An Introduction. Patrick Curry. Second edition, revised and expanded. Polity. July 2011.
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