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Unformatted text preview: benefit analyses, utilitarian ethics Relationship among non-anthropocentric approach, intrinsic value, deontological ethics Things to think about: Importance of value theory in environmental ethics pros and cons of each approach as a foundation for a successful environmental ethic who has the best argument? Who has the most practical argument? position of human beings in relation to environment in different theories differences between having interests and having rights differences between having a good of its own and having rights can having legal rights ensure environmental rights? does a successful environmental theory need to be rights-based? who has to buy in to an environmental ethic to make it work? Is that possible?...
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- Spring '11
- The Land