Our obligations to nature : interview with Holmes Rolston III
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Rolston recalls memorable experiences developing his ideas on the intrinsic value of nature. Preserving animals and plants as part of God's creation. His Shenandoah Valley childhood. Struggles in nature, a cruciform creation. Watching a lioness kill a zebra as a religious experience. Rolston a cautious optimist. Wilderness areas and endangered species preserved amidst threats of global warming.