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Ethics & the Environment, Volume 9, Number 1, Spring 2004

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Articles:

THINKING LIKE A MACKEREL: RACHEL CARSON'S UNDER THE SEA-WIND AS A SOURCE FOR A TRANS-ECOTONAL SEA ETHIC
Susan Power Bratton
ENVIRONMENTAL ATROCITIES AND NON-SENTIENT LIFE
Claudia Card
ARE TRANSGENIC ORGANISMS UNNATURAL?
D.R. Cooley and Gary E. Goreham
BEYOND WELFARE: ANIMAL INTEGRITY, ANIMAL DIGNITY, AND GENETIC ENGINEERING
Sara Elizabeth Gavrell Ortiz
FROM CARE TO CITIZENSHIP: CALLING ECOFEMINISM BACK TO POLITICS
Sherilyn MacGregor
THE ATROCITY PARADIGM APPLIED TO ENVIRONMENTAL EVILS
Kathryn Norlock
DISLOCATED IN NATURE? A FEMINIST CRITIQUE OF DAVID ABRAM
Anne Zavalkoff

Book Review:

ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE: CREATING EQUALITY, RECLAIMING DEMOCRACY
by Kristin Shrader-Frechette
Reviewed by Avner de-Shalit

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