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Environmental Values Volume 6, 1997

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Vol.6, No.1, February 1997

Environmental Victims:Arguing the Costs. Christopher Williams

Preserving Old-Growth Forest Ecosystems:Valuation and Policy. Douglas E. Booth

Anthropocentrism: A Misunderstood Problem. Tim Hayward

Plural Values and Environmental Valuation. Wilfred Beckerman and Joanna Pasek

The Consequentialist Side of Environmental Ethics. Daniel Holbrook

A Comment on 'Radiation Protection and Moral Theory'. Chris Miller

Response to Miller's 'Comment'. David Sumner and Peter Gilmour

Vol.6, No.2, May 1997

Environmental Values, Anthropocentrism and Speciesism Onora O'Neill

Nonuse Values and the Environment: Economic and Ethical Motivations. Tom Crowards

Valuation as Revelation and Reconciliation. Tim O'Riordan

Attitudes and Issues Preventing Bans on Toxic Lead Shot and Sinkers in North America and Europe. Vernon G. Thomas

Bach's Butterfly Effect: Culture, Environment and History. I.G. Simmons

Environmental Economics, Ecological Economics and the Concept of Sustainable Development. Giuseppe Munda

Vol.6, No.3, August 1997

Biodiversity as the Source of Biological Resources. Paul M. Wood

Discourse Ethics and Nature.Angelika Krebs

Democratising Nature?. The Political Morality of Wilderness Preservationists. Michael Mason

Environmental Egalitarianism and 'Who do you Save' Dilemmas. Mark A. Michael

When Preservationism doesn't Preserve. David Schmidtz

Attributing 'Priority' to Habitats. Chris Miller

Vol.6, No.4, November 1997

What is an Animal? A Philosophical Reflection on the Possibility of a Moral Relationship with Animals. Hub Zwart

An Animal: What is it? Keekok Lee

The Idea of the Domesticated Animal Contract. Clare Palmer

Dolly: a New Form of Transgenic Breedwealth. Sarah Franklin

Conservation and Individual Worth. Gill Aitken

Wildlife Conservation, Food Production and 'Development': Can They be Integrated? Ecological Agriculture and Elephant Conservation in Africa. Marthe Kiley-Worthington

From a View to a Death: Culture, Nature and the Huntsman's Art. Roger Scruton

The Longest Revolution: Cultural Studies after Speciesism. John Simons

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