Feminist Environmental Philosophy

[New Entry by Karen Warren on August 29, 2014.] Early positions of "feminist environmental philosophy" focused on mostly ethical positions and perspectives on interconnections among women, nonhuman
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[New Entry by Karen Warren on August 29, 2014.] Early positions of "feminist environmental philosophy" focused on mostly ethical positions and perspectives on interconnections among women, nonhuman animals, and nature (e.g., Carol Adams 1990; Deborah Slicer 1991). As it matured, references to feminist environmental philosophy became what it is now - an...

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