• 环境伦理学的种类 

        Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
        Date Issued:2007
        Format:born digital; chapters (layout features)
        Twelve types of environmental ethics: 1. Humanistic and naturalistic ethics. 2. A triangular affair: humans, animals, and a land ethic. 3. Biocentrism and respect for life. 4. Deep ecology. 5. Theology and the environment. ...
      • Ética ambiental 

        Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
        Date Issued:2007
        Format:born digital; chapters (layout features)
        Environmental ethics is theory and practice about appropriate concern for, values in, and duties regarding the natural world. By classical accounts, ethics is people relating to people in justice and love. Environmental ...
      • Ecology: a primer for Christian ethics 

        Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
        Date Issued:2007
        Format:born digital; chapters (layout features)
        "Ecology" is, etymologically, the logic of living creatures' homes. Christian ethicists find the word related to "ecumenical," with roots in the Greek "oikos," the inhabited world. There are both problems and opportunities ...
      • Onko maisemien esteettisen arvioinnin pohjattava teiteeseen? 

        Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
        Date Issued:2007
        Format:born digital; chapters (layout features)
        Forests are aesthetically challenging because of a perennial, dynamic sense of deep time, experiencing an archetype of creation. Scientific appreciation of natural history is necessary though not sufficient for an intense, ...
      • Future of environmental ethics, The 

        Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
        Date Issued:2007
        Format:born digital; articles
        The environment is on the world agenda, also on the ethical frontier, for the foreseeable future. Environmental ethics is about saving things past, still present. Environmental ethics is equally about future nature, without ...
      • 看顾自然: 从事实到价值,从尊敬到尊崇 

        Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
        Date Issued:2007
        Format:born digital; chapters (layout features)
        Despite the classical prohibition of moving from fact to value, encounter with the biodiversity and plenitude of being in evolutionary natural history moves us to respect life, even to reverence it. Darwinian accounts are ...
      • 环境讲章 

        Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
        Date Issued:2007
        Format:born digital; chapters (layout features)
        Biblical faith originated with a land ethic. Within the covenant, keeping the commandments, the Hebrew people entered a promised land. Nature is the creative, generative powers on Earth. Spirit is the animating principle ...
      • 圣经与生态学 

        Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
        Date Issued:2007
        Format:born digital; chapters (layout features)
        The Bible is not a book of ecology. It does recommend a human ecology, accentuating life in justice and love that makes possible a good (righteous), long (sustainable) life in a promised, promising land. Contemporary readers ...
      • 逾越节之花 

        Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
        Date Issued:2007
        Format:born digital; chapters (layout features)
        The Pasqueflower surviving through winter, blooming at the Pasque, Easter, offers a glimpse of the precocious exuberance of life, a token of the covenant of life to continue in beauty despite the wintry storms. To pause ...
      • 生命之河: 过去,现今,未来 

        Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
        Date Issued:2007
        Format:born digital; chapters (layout features)
        A river of life is imagery that can launch critical reflection. Life is a current, a naturally impelled flow that is energetically maintained over time. Life is a continuous and ceaseless stream that transcends the individual. ...
      • Valeur dans la nature et la nature de la valeur, La 

        Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
        Date Issued:2007
        Format:born digital; chapters (layout features)
        Value is often thought not to exist in wild nature; it is bestowed on nature by human preferences. This prevailing account is too anthropocentric. In nature, animals value their lives; they too can have their preferences ...