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Environmental Values Volume 4, 1995

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Vol.4, No.1

The Boulder and the Sphere: Subjectivity and Implicit Values in Biology. Peter Alpert

The Crisis of Ecology: A Phenomenological Perspective. J.M. Howarth

Value, Metaphysics and Anthropocentrism. Bruce Morito

DISCUSSION Includes the following 3 replies to Wilfrd Beckerman
On Wilfred Beckerman's Critique of Sustainable Development. HERMAN DALY
Sustainable Development, Capital Substitution and Economic Humility: A Response to Beckerman. MICHAEL JACOBS
In Defence of Sustainable Development. HENRYK SKOLIMOWSKI

More Thoughts on Nature Conservation and the Voluntary Principle. DEREK RATCLIFFE

Vol.4, No.2

Environmental Quality and the Quality of our Way of Life. Jan J. Boersema

Education, the Interpretive Agenda of Science, and the Obligation of Scientists to Promote this Agenda. Warwick Fox

Towards Global Environmental Values: Lessons from Western and Eastern Experience. Philip Sarre

Tradeable CO2 Emission Permits: Initial Distribution as a Justice Problem. Snorre Kverndok

In and Out of Time. Richard Gault

Envisioning Ecological Sustainability: The Need and a Method. John E. Carroll

How Would you Like your 'Sustainability', Sir? Weak or Strong? A Reply to my Critics. Wilfred Beckerman

Vol.4, No.3

The Precautionary Principle in Contemporary Environmental Politics. Timothy O'Riordan and Andrew Jordan

Beauty for Ever? Keekok Lee

Biocentrism and Genetic Engineering. Andrew Dobson

Radiation Protection and Moral Theory. David Sumner and Peter Gilmour

Balancing Hydropower and Environmental Values:The Resource Management Implications of the US Electric Consumers Protection Act and the AWARE(TM) Software. John M. Bartholow, Aaron J. Douglas and Jonathan G. Taylor

Vol.4, No.4. Ecosystem Health

Ecosystem Health: Some Prognostications. Michael Hammond and Alan Holland

Ecosystem Health: More than a Metaphor? David Rapport

Health and Disease as 'Thick' Concepts in Ecosystemic Contexts. James Nelson

Objectivity, Intrinsicality, and Sustainability: Comment on Nelson's 'Health and Disease as "Thick" Concepts in Ecosystemic Contexts'. Bryan Norton

Ecosystem Health: Some Preventive Medicine. Dale Jamieson

The Value of Ecosystem Health. J. Baird Callicot

Ecosystem Health: An Objective Evaluation? Lilly-Marlene Russow

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