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Green Delusions: An Environmentalist Critique of Radical Environmentalism


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März 1994

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""Green Delusions" should be required reading for environmental advocates. If nothing else, it contributes to a frank discussion of issues that all too often break down into greener-than-thou posturing."--James Jay Gould, "The Progressive""Lewis's argument is a goldmine of thoughtful assessments of a wide range of social reasoning in the modern environmentalist debate, and he incorporates texts that will probably be new to even the most well read of readers."--Timothy O'Riordan, "Nature""Lewis's . . . tour through the radical environmental literature is well-informed, and his own case is provocative and nuanced."--Robyn Eckersley, "Times Higher Education Supplement""
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"Lewis's ... tour through the radical environmental literature is well-informed, and his own case is provocative and nuanced." Robyn Eckersley, Times Higher Education Supplement "Green Delusions should be required reading for environmental advocates. If nothing else, it contributes to a frank discussion of issues that all too often break down into greener-than-thou posturing." James Jay Gould, The Progressive "Lewis's argument is a goldmine of thoughtful assessments of a wide range of social reasoning in the modern environmentalist debate, and he incorporates texts that will probably be new to even the most well read of readers." Timothy O'Riordan, Nature "Martin Lewis has done environmentalism a great service by his indictment of the edges of the movement from a vantage point that appears to be at its center... This is a serious book about the faults of radical ecological thinking." David Rothenberg, Environmental History Review "A very fine and provocative book that will notably enrich the environmental debate." Douglas R. Weiner, Policy Currents
EAN: 9780822314745
ISBN: 0822314746
Untertitel: Revised. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: DUKE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: März 1994
Seitenanzahl: 304 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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