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Teaching Environmental Ethics To Non-specialist Students

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This paper outlines an approach to teaching environmental ethics to non-specialist students. The use of a "problem-solving" approach to ethical dilemmas is advocated as the most suitable vehicle for addressing the needs of non-specialists. This approach commences with a consideration of the existence of ethical dilemmas and of the different values that can account for the problems being contested. The approach then addresses the various methods by which such dilemmas can be appreciated and understood if not completely solved, drawing not merely on environmental ethics work but on approaches in cognate areas.


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