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Vol 10, No 1 (2016)

Contested Space and Value in Confucian Environmental Ethics

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Guest edited by Joseph A.P. Wilson

Table of Contents


Editor's Introduction: Paris in View PDF
Lucas Johnston 5-8
Guest Editor’s Introduction: Contested Space and Value in Confucian Environmental Ethics PDF
Joseph A.P. Wilson 9-14


Zhu Xi and the Instrumental Value of Nature PDF
Seth D. Clippard 15-38
Response to Seth D. Clippard, ‘Zhu Xi and the Instrumental Value of Nature’ PDF
Joseph A. Adler 39-43
Zhu Xi’s Investigation of Things and Environmental Ethics: A Response to Seth D. Clippard PDF
Shan Gao 44-48
Confucius, Maladaptation, and Civil Evolution: Reply to Clippard PDF
Martin Schönfeld 49-57
Anthropocosmic Thinking on the Problem of Nuclear Harm: A Reply to Seth D. Clippard and a Plea to Mary Evelyn Tucker and Tu Weiming PDF
N.A.J. Taylor 58-65
Transferring the Debate over the Nature of Environmental Ethics to Confucianism with Similar Misguided Results PDF
Joel J. Kassiola 66-76
Shifting Directions: A Reply PDF
Seth D. Clippard 77-90
In Search of Religious Elements in the Dutch Nature Policy PDF
Peter Jansen , Jan Van Der Stoep , Jozef Keulartz , Henk Jochemsen 91-116

Review Essay

Review Essay: Religious Ecology: A New Primer PDF
Leslie E. Sponsel 117-126

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