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Earth's Insights: A Geographer's Perspective on its Rationale and Method

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J. Baird Callicott's argument in Earth's Insights that a global conservation ethic resonant with Leopold and postmodern science is emerging emanates from a particular point of departure and method of justification. I provide a perspective on Callicot's rationale and method as a way of critically examining this argument's underlying basis, and in the spirit of fostering greater interaction between geographers and others with an intellectual interest in environmental ethics.

Affiliations: 1: Dept of Geography University of California, Santa Barbara California 93106, USA


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