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Er, no: Austria.

December!! Ok, well, I might just have to pop up to Isleham, if you 
have any time! Or maybe Cambridge. But I'll put the 7th in the diary.

Warmly, P.

At 07:29 29/07/2011, you wrote:
>Great to hear from you, Patrick
>
>And thanks for the photo - yes, it looks a great team. However, surely not
>photographed in Australia?
>
>Next due in London with a bit of time on Wed 7 Dec. My meeting at Church
>House should finish about 2.45pm.
>
>VBW
>N
>
>________________________________
>
>From: Discussion forum for environmental ethics. on behalf of Patrick Curry
>Sent: Thu 28/07/2011 23:58
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Re: New book on ecoethics
>
>
>Thanks -- and for your text, rec'd in Austria, which really made me laugh
>(albeit a bit wryly)!
>
>For no particular reason, I'll forward a photo I just rec'd of the group I
>was on retreat with. A very, very nice group of people.
>
>Please let me know if you'll be in London with any time to spare, Nigel.
>
>Warmly, P.
>
>At 07:55 22/07/2011, you wrote:
>
>
>         I've ordered it now, Patrick!
>         VBW
>         Nigel
>
>         ________________________________
>
>         From: Discussion forum for environmental ethics. on behalf of Patrick
>Curry
>         Sent: Tue 12/07/2011 20:04
>         To: [log in to unmask]
>         Subject: New book on ecoethics
>
>
>         Hello. I would be grateful if you would post this message (below) on
>your
>         list; it should interest your members...
>
>
>
>         Ecological Ethics: An Introduction
>
>
>
>
>         Patrick Curry
>
>         (Polity Press, 22 July 2011)
>
>         This book was first published in 2006. It was meant not only for
>academics
>         but anyone, including activists, who wants to understand ecological/
>         environmental ethics better. Unlike nearly all other such books, its
>         starting-point was that all value ultimately inheres not just in
>human beings
>         but in the Earth itself and all its creatures.
>
>         In this revised, updated and greatly expanded new edition, I argue
>that a new
>         and truly ecological ethic is both possible and urgently needed. With
>this
>         point in mind, the book introduces and discusses all the major
>concepts
>         needed to understand the full range of ecological ethics.
>
>         Light green or anthropocentric ethics with the examples of
>stewardship,
>         lifeboat ethics and social ecology; the mid-green or intermediate
>ethics of
>         animal liberation/rights; and dark or deep green ecocentric ethics
>are all
>         discussed. Of the last kind, particular attention is given to the
>Land Ethic,
>         the Gaia Hypothesis, and Deep Ecology and its offshoots: Deep Green
>Theory,
>         Left Biocentrism and the Earth Manifesto. The new edition emphasises
>the
>         importance of virtue ethics and its close relationship with
>ecocentrism.
>         Other chapters discuss ecofeminism, green citizenship, green ethics
>as
>         post-secular, moral pluralism and pragmatism, and human population in
>the
>         light of ecological ethics.
>
>         In this edition, all chapters have been updated and are joined by new
>         discussions, from an ecocentric perspective, of climate change, wind
>power
>         and energy, capitalism, sustainable economies, green education,
>traditional
>         ecological knowledge, the treatment of animals as an ecocentric
>issue,
>         vegetarianism, the food system, Buddhism, and animism as integral to
>a green
>         virtue ethic.
>
>         This comprehensive and wide-ranging book offers a radical but
>critical
>         introduction to the subject which puts ecocentrism and the critique
>of
>         anthropocentrism back at the top of the ethical, intellectual and
>political
>         agenda. It will be of great interest to students and activists, and
>to a
>         wider public.
>
>         For more information, see:
>http://www.politybooks.com/book.asp?ref=0745651259
>
>         Lastly, please forward this message to anyone you think might be
>interested!
>
>         Thank you very much,
>
>         Patrick
>
>
>         (Dr) PATRICK CURRY
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My latest book, Ecological Ethics, is now available from Polity 
Press: 
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