• Review of Kenneth Cauthen's Process ethics: a constructive system 

        Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
        Date Issued:1986
        Format:born digital; reviews (documents)
        This is a process oriented theology, blending Christian ethics based on the Bible and moral philosophy based on reason and experience. He synthesizes rights-based and utilitarian ethics, agape and eros, love and justice, ...
      • Human standing in nature: storied fitness in the moral overseer, The 

        Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
        Date Issued:1986
        Format:born digital; chapters (layout features)
        Humans are the creatures that have evolved a conscience--stand-outs in the system in which they stand. This conscience can wisely direct the magnificent, fearful power of the brain and hand. An environmental ethic tries ...
      • Preservation of natural value in the solar system, The 

        Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
        Date Issued:1986
        Format:born digital; chapters (layout features)
        Earth is, by one account, an accident, of great value in contrast with valueless astronomical worlds. The universe is, by another account, fine tuned with anthropic features that anticipate life and mind on Earth. Projective ...
      • Review of A. N. Wilson's How can we know? An essay on the Christian religion 

        Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
        Date Issued:1986
        Format:born digital; reviews (documents)
        A British novelist, critic, and controversial former editor of the Spectator is here an intense disciple of Christ. How Can We Know? is A. N. Wilson's searching Apologia Pro Vita Sua, urbane, gracefully written, and a ...
      • Review of Mary Anglemyer and Eleanor S. Seagraves' The natural environment: an annotated bibliography on attitudes and values 

        Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
        Date Issued:1986
        Format:born digital; reviews (documents)
        The compilers make serious effort to include different perspectives, and this edition is more adequate to environmental ethics and values than an earlier edition. For both the editors, now retired librarians, this is largely ...