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The Resource The moral weight of ecology : public goods, cooperative duties, and environmental politics, Edward Tverdek, (electronic resource)

The moral weight of ecology : public goods, cooperative duties, and environmental politics, Edward Tverdek, (electronic resource)

Label
The moral weight of ecology : public goods, cooperative duties, and environmental politics
Title
The moral weight of ecology
Title remainder
public goods, cooperative duties, and environmental politics
Statement of responsibility
Edward Tverdek
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
BTCTA
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Tverdek, Edward
Dewey number
333.7/2
LC call number
GF80
LC item number
.T84 2015
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Ecology
  • Environmental ethics
  • Environmental ethics
  • Ecology
Label
The moral weight of ecology : public goods, cooperative duties, and environmental politics, Edward Tverdek, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 263-270) and index
Contents
  • Preface -- Introduction : ecology at the margins -- Part I: Who should bear the costs and burdens of environmentalism?. What is "tragic" about the tragedy of the Commons? ; Are environmental problems "prisoners' dilemmas"? ; The non-excludability problem ; Fairness and non-excludability ; Non-excludability and non-excusability ; Intentions, free riders, and honest holdouts ; Concluding remarks to Part I -- Part II: What are we asking when we ask "what is the natural environment worth?"?. Markets versus politics-a brief overview ; How not to frame the question ; The embedding effect and the moral content of economic valuation ; The rationality of environmental "charity" ; Values, preferences, and category mistakes ; Strategic bidding and the burdens we wish upon others ; Concluding remarks to Part II -- Afterword : the poverty of ecology
  • Preface -- Introduction : ecology at the margins -- Part I: Who should bear the costs and burdens of environmentalism?. What is "tragic" about the tragedy of the Commons? ; Are environmental problems "prisoners' dilemmas"? ; The non-excludability problem ; Fairness and non-excludability ; Non-excludability and non-excusability ; Intentions, free riders, and honest holdouts ; Concluding remarks to Part I -- Part II: What are we asking when we ask "what is the natural environment worth?"?. Markets versus politics-a brief overview ; How not to frame the question ; The embedding effect and the moral content of economic valuation ; The rationality of environmental "charity" ; Values, preferences, and category mistakes ; Strategic bidding and the burdens we wish upon others ; Concluding remarks to Part II -- Afterword : the poverty of ecology
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001757580
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unknown
Isbn
9781498514538
Lccn
2015952407
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0001757580
Label
The moral weight of ecology : public goods, cooperative duties, and environmental politics, Edward Tverdek, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 263-270) and index
Contents
  • Preface -- Introduction : ecology at the margins -- Part I: Who should bear the costs and burdens of environmentalism?. What is "tragic" about the tragedy of the Commons? ; Are environmental problems "prisoners' dilemmas"? ; The non-excludability problem ; Fairness and non-excludability ; Non-excludability and non-excusability ; Intentions, free riders, and honest holdouts ; Concluding remarks to Part I -- Part II: What are we asking when we ask "what is the natural environment worth?"?. Markets versus politics-a brief overview ; How not to frame the question ; The embedding effect and the moral content of economic valuation ; The rationality of environmental "charity" ; Values, preferences, and category mistakes ; Strategic bidding and the burdens we wish upon others ; Concluding remarks to Part II -- Afterword : the poverty of ecology
  • Preface -- Introduction : ecology at the margins -- Part I: Who should bear the costs and burdens of environmentalism?. What is "tragic" about the tragedy of the Commons? ; Are environmental problems "prisoners' dilemmas"? ; The non-excludability problem ; Fairness and non-excludability ; Non-excludability and non-excusability ; Intentions, free riders, and honest holdouts ; Concluding remarks to Part I -- Part II: What are we asking when we ask "what is the natural environment worth?"?. Markets versus politics-a brief overview ; How not to frame the question ; The embedding effect and the moral content of economic valuation ; The rationality of environmental "charity" ; Values, preferences, and category mistakes ; Strategic bidding and the burdens we wish upon others ; Concluding remarks to Part II -- Afterword : the poverty of ecology
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001757580
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781498514538
Lccn
2015952407
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0001757580

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