Philosophy of the City and Environmental Ethics
From the Guest Editor: During the past several years, environmental ethicists, philosophers of technology, philosophers of race, and several others have presented their research at the Philosophy of the City Research Group's conferences. The environmental philosophers are working to understand specific dimensions of cities, including but not limited to food systems, energy, waste, and water. The significance of these philosophers attending such conferences is that they can inform and learn from colleagues who work in neighboring areas within the discipline. Such exchanges can improve how we think about cities.
Epting, S. R. (2018). Philosophy of the City and Environmental Ethics. Environmental Ethics, 40(2), pp. 99-100.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.5840/enviroethics201840211
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