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Conceptual clarity, scientific rigour and 'The stories we are' : engaging with two challenges to the objectivity of invasion biology
(Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2010-11)
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Human dimensions of invasive alien species in philosophical perspective : towards an ethic of conceptual responsibility
How can we find an appropriate language in which to formulate our concerns about, and our policy responses to, the problem of invasive alien species? This question arises from the tensions between our conventional vocabulary ...
On the imperative of sustainable development : a philosophical and ethical appraisal
(Human Sciences Research Council and Environmental Education Association of Southern Africa, 2002)
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The state of the art in environmental ethics as a practical enterprise : a view from the Johannesburg documents
(UNESCO Publishing, 2006)
In this chapter I focus more on what could be referred to as the practical task of environmental ethics, rather than on what could be described as its theoretical task.
The world as the "Beyond" in politics
(Rodopi Pubblishers, 2012-06)
In this essay, I consider transcendence in relation to politics. Following Hannah Arendt, I argue that a necessary condition for politics is a concern with a common world. The world in this sense is the common interest ...
(Gale, Cengage Learning, 2009)
When the nucleus of an atom is divided or joined to another nucleus, an enormous amount of energy is produced. When these processes of fission (division of the nucleus of an atom) or fusion (joining the nucleus of an atom ...