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How to be a Green liberal [electronic resource] : nature, value and liberal philosophy / Simon Hailwood.

Author/Creator:
Hailwood, Simon A.
Publication:
Montreal ; Ithaca : McGill-Queen's University Press, c2004.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (206 p.)
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Subjects:
Liberalism.
Human ecology -- Political aspects.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Contents:
1.1 Being green
1.2 Being green matters
1.3 Dismal instrumentalism
1.4 Liberalism excludes being green
allegedly
1.5 Summary of what lies ahead
2 Nature's otherness
2.2 "Naturalness", otherness and landscapes
2.3 Goodin, naturalness and meaningfulness
2.4 Otherness and fragility, ours and nature's
2.5 Eco-feminism, otherness and dualism
2.6 Otherness, not wilderness
2.7 Deep ecology and strong holism
2.8 Communitarian holism
2.9 The value of nature's otherness
2.10 Objectivity and fragility
2.11 Appropriate objectivity
3 Against blueprinting
3.2 Bioregionalism
3.3 Mill the "dualist"
3.4 Stoic landscape
3.5 Classical anarchism
3.6 Mill's lesson against natural lessons
3.7 Plato
3.8 Bioregionalism again
4 Liberal landscape
4.2 Instrumentalist circumstances
4.3 Neutrality arguments
4.4 Neutrality analogies
4.5 Otherness and instability
4.6 Not just "following nature"
4.7 My enemy's enemy is my friend: shared anti-expressivism
4.8 Reasonable virtues
4.9 Extensions: universalist, perfectionist and comprehensive liberalisms
5 Some objections
5.2 Is all value instrumental value?
5.3 No foundation for an environmental ethic?
5.4 Realism, fundamentalism, reformism and anarchism
5.5 Carter's eco-anarchism
5.6 Reformism is reformism is reformism.
Notes:
Includes index.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:
1-283-53051-1
9786613842961
0-7735-8226-6
OCLC:
767669721