Philosophy in the Contemporary World

Volume 8, Issue 2, Fall/Winter 2001

Environmental Virtue Ethics

Philip Cafaro
Pages 85-99

The Naturalist’s Virtues

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  • Ronald L. Sandler. International Encyclopedia of Ethics 2013. [CrossRef]
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  • William L. Rice. World Leisure Journal. The conspicuous consumption of wilderness, or leisure lost in the wilderness 2022. [CrossRef]
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