Don S. Mannison, Michael A. McRobbie, Richard Sylvan, Richard Routley
Department of Philosophy, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, 1980 - Ecology - 385 pages
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Why Preserve Species?
The Environment Human Welfare and Economic Growth
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according action activities alternative animals appears argued argument assumed assumption basis believe capitalism capitalist chauvinism choice claim clear concept concern consider consideration course depend determined developing direct discussion distinct ecological economic effects entirely environment environmental ethic equal example exchange existence extension fact further future give given growth holistic human important independent interests intrinsic value involves justified kind labour least less live logic matter means moral natural needs notion objects operation organisation perhaps persons Philosophy population position possible preferences present preservation principle private individual problem production properties question rational reason reduce rejection relations respect responsible result Routley seems seen sense simply situation social society sort species suggest taken theory things traditional University usually utilitarianism valuable valuers welfare Western whole wilderness wrong