Agrarian Philosophy and Ecological Ethics View Full Text


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DATE

2008-12

AUTHORS

Paul B. Thompson

ABSTRACT

Mainstream environmental ethics grew out of an approach to value that was rooted in a particular conception of rationality and rational choice. As weaknesses in this approach have become more evident, environmental philosophers have experimented with both virtue ethics and with pragmatism as alternative starting points for developing a more truly ecological orientation to environmental philosophy. However, it is possible to see both virtue ethics and pragmatism as emerging from older philosophical traditions that are here characterized as "agrarian." Agrarian philosophy stresses the role of nature, soil and climate in the formation of moral character as well as social and political institutions. As such, reaching back to the agrarian tradition may provide a way to move forward with both virtue oriented themes as well as pragmatist themes in developing ecological ethics. More... »

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527

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1990-12. Emerson and the agricultural midworld in AGRICULTURE AND HUMAN VALUES
  • 2001-06. The Reshaping of Conventional Farming: A North American Perspective in JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
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