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Ethics & the Environment, Volume 10, Number 2, Fall 2005

Special Topic Issue: Epistemology and Environmental Philosophy
Guest Editor: Christopher J. Preston

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Articles:

EPISTEMOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PHILOSOPHY
Christopher J. Preston
ENVIRONMENTAL EPISTEMOLOGY
Mark Rowlands
ASIAN EELS AND GLOBAL WARMING: A POSTHUMANIST PERSPECTIVE ON SOCIETY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Andrew Pickering
WORLD ALIENATION IN FEMINIST THOUGHT: THE SUBLIME EPISTEMOLOGY OF EMPHATIC ANTI-ESSENTIALISM
Bonnie Mann
GYNOCENTRIC ECO-LOGICS
Trish Glazebrook
TRUTH, KNOWLEDGE AND THE WILD WORLD
Jim Cheney
FACTUAL KNOWING: PUTTING FACTS AND VALUES IN PLACE
Holmes Rolston III
MEASURE FOR MEASURE: THE RELIANCE OF HUMAN KNOWLEDGE ON THE THINGS OF THE WORLD
Tim Adamson
JAMES J. GIBSON'S ECOLOGICAL APPROACH: PERCEIVING WHAT EXISTS
William M. Mace

Notes on Contributors

Referees 2004-2005

Index to Volume 10


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