How teaching ethics can be the most persuasive method for preserving our hunting and conservation heritage
Our Land Ethic and our conservation and hunting traditions cannot defend or advance themselves. Such achievements require rhetorical skill, wisdom, confidence, moral clarity and hard work. Skillful persuasion that appeals to ethics and character can most effectively sustain and strengthen our conservations and hunting traditions. Rhetorical skills can be used to re-frame and refute the moral and factual foundations of uninformed or bad-faith arguments that attack hunting and conservation models. It is effective to craft the most effective arguments that justify hunting and conservation as virtuous ...
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