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  • By their own standards : a new perspective for the question of moral agency in animals 

    Contributor:Grattan, Douglas;
    Date Submitted:2017
    Much of the history of ethology, philosophy, and psychology has been a sort of tug-of-war between those claiming that animals have certain capacities and others claiming that such science is unverifiable and amounts to ...
  • Tomáš Halík and Holmes Rolston 

    Contributor:Post, Stephen
    Date:2017-06-24
    Tomáš Halík, Templeton laureate in 2014, is a Czech priest and philosopher who risked imprisonment for illegally advancing religious and cultural freedoms after the Soviet invasion of his country. Condemned by his ...
  • Trail log - 2016 

    Contributor:Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
    Date:2016
    Local hikes; March, Yellowstone wolf week; May-June, Taiwan, speaking, and local environmental trips and issues there, meeting with Chen Chien-Jen, vice-president of the country, Yehliu Geopark, Yang-Ming Shan National ...
  • U.S. Congressional Record – Rolston congratulated 

    Contributor:McInnis, Scott
    Date:2003-04-30
  • Ecosystems, food, agriculture, and ethics 

    Contributor:Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
    Date:2014
    Humans live in towns and are civilized, but by nature too are residents on landscapes, rural. An ecology lies in the background of culture, providing ecosystem services. Some dimensions of health pervade both wild and ...
  • Loving nature : Christian environmental ethics 

    Contributor:Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
    Date:2016
    The two great commandments are to love God and neighbor; but ought we to love a loveless nature? Agape seems nowhere there to be found. Most of the sensibilities we nourish in civilized beings--being fair or kind, respect ...
  • Loving nature : past, present, and future 

    Contributor:Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
    Date:2016
    At this hinge point in planetary history, the future of Earth is in our hands. How ought Christians to love nature? In the biblical past, Earth was a miracle, a divine gift. Today, the land of promise is a vision of a ...
  • Terrestrial and extraterrestrial altruism 

    Contributor:Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
    Date:2014
    How Earthbound are values and ethics? We humans enjoy a surprising transcendence of localized body and place. We are always situated somewhere, but it does not follow that all our knowledge is situational. True, science ...
  • 环境美学在中国:东西方的对话 

    Contributor:Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
    Date:2017
    Lecture by Holmes Rolston III presented in Wuhan, China, at the Environmental Aesthetics and Beautiful China International Conference, May 20-23, 2015.
  • Introducing the Father of Environmental Ethics Holmes Rolston 

    Contributor:Chen, Tzu-Mei
    Date:2017
    Summarizes in Chinese some main themes from Christopher J. Preston, Saving Creation: Nature and Faith in the Life of Holmes Rolston III, with an emphasis on sense of place. Recalls Rolston's visits to Taiwan.
  • Species, the value of 

    Contributor:Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
    Date:2013
    Humans value wild species finding instrumental uses for them and products derived from them. Wild species have important roles in ecosystems and must be conserved in habitats in which they are adapted fits. Species are ...
  • The Anthropocene! beyond the natural? 

    Contributor:Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
    Date:2017-04-28
    We are now entering the Anthropocene Epoch, so runs a recent enthusiastic claim. Humans can and ought go beyond the natural and powerfully engineer a better planet, managing for climate change, building new ecosystems for ...
  • The Anthropocene! beyond the natural? 

    Contributor:Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
    Date:2017-03-16
    We are now entering the Anthropocene Epoch, so runs a recent enthusiastic claim. Humans can and ought go beyond the natural and powerfully engineer a better planet, managing for climate change, building new ecosystems for ...
  • The Anthropocene! : beyond the natural? 

    Contributor:Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
    Date:2017
    We are now entering the Anthropocene Epoch - so runs a recent enthusiastic claim. Humans can and ought to go beyond  the natural and powerfully engineer a better planet, managing for climate change, building new ecosystems ...
  • Rediscovering and rethinking Leopold’s Green Fire 

    Contributor:Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
    Date:2015
    Lecture given at Utah Valley University, April 4, 2013. Aldo Leopold shot a wolf a hundred years ago, the most iconic wolf kill in conservation history, a shooting now historically confirmed, which after three decades he ...
  • Sustainable development vs. sustainable biosphere 

    Contributor:Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
    Date:2016
    In sustainability debates, there are two poles, complements yet opposites. Economy can be prioritized, with the environment contributory to economics at the center. This is sustainable development, an approach widely ...
  • Environmental ethics and environmental anthropology 

    Contributor:Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
    Date:2017
    Is there a particular angle that environmental anthropology offers environmental ethics? Local peoples find that both their natural and their social systems are jeopardized by global forces, requiring concerns for environmental ...
  • NTDTV interview 

    Contributor:Unknown
    Date:2016-06-03
    Holmes Rolston is interviewed by a reporter for NTDTV, New Tang Dynasty TV, about pollution from Formosa Plastics at How-May-Li wetland, Taiwan, on June 3, 2016. From NTDTV newscast.
  • What we need to flourish : rethinking external goods and the ecological systems that provide them 

    Contributor:Shockley, Kenneth
    Date:2016-10-14
    Kenneth Shockley gives his Inaugural Lecture in Holmes Rolston III Endowed Chair in Environmental Ethics and Philosophy, October 14, 2016. How should we balance the need for development with the need for environmental ...
  • Preaching on the environment 

    Contributor:Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
    Date:2016-06-02
    Rolston lecture at Taiwan Theological Seminary, Taipei, June 2, 2016. Biblical faith originated with a land ethic. Within the covenant, keeping the commandments, the Hebrew people entered a promised land. Nature is the ...

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