Eugene C. Hargrove, Editor
Environmental Ethics publishes articles, reviews and discussions exploring the philosophical aspects of environmental problems. Since 1979 it has provided a forum for diverse interests and attitudes that seeks to bring together the nonprofessional environmental philosophy tradition with the professional interest in the subject. This peer-reviewed journal is produced quarterly by the Center for Environmental Philosophy at the University of North Texas.
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"The major journal in this field, and where most of the important papers are published.... Makes most environmentalish magazines ... seem like glossy 4-H club bulletins." --The Whole Earth Review
"This journal ... is without doubt the leading forum for serious philosophical work in environmental philosophy. The articles tend to be of high scholarly caliber, although accessible to non-philosophers as well.... An excellent source--highly recommended." --Green Earth Observer
"Interest in environmental philosophy is growing: college courses are being offered and books published on the subject. In documenting this philosophic approach, Environmental Ethics gives careful readers new ways to consider and understand environmental issues." --The Bear Essential
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