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ETHICAL ECOSPHERE

J. STAN ROWE

ETHICAL ECOSPHERE

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In a brilliant book, which should be read by anyone concerned about sustainability, "The Imperative of Responsibility: In Search of Ethics for the Technological Age" (The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, ) Hans Jonas argues that there is a need for a new ethics that will better enable our civilization to deal with the power over the.


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