Justice and Nature: Kantian Philosophy, Environmental Policy, and the Law

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Most decision making in environmental policy today is based on the economic cost-benefit argument. Criticizing the shortcomings of the market paradigm, John Martin Gillroy proposes an alternative way to conceptualize and create environmental policy, one that allows for the protection of moral and ecological values in the face of economic demands. Drawing on Kantian definitions of who we are as citizens, how we act collectively, and what the proper role of the state is, Gillroy develops a philosophical justification for ...

Justice and Nature: Kantian Philosophy, Environmental Policy, and the Law 2001, Georgetown University Press, Washington

ISBN-13: 9780878407965

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Justice & Nature: Kantian Philosophy, Environmental Policy, and the Law 2001, Georgetown University Press, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780878407958

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