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Volume 4, Number 2, 1999

Table of Contents

Editor's Note

p. 125

Special Section: Ecofeminism
co-edited by Victoria Davion and Andrew Light

Forward: Philosophy Into Practice

pp. 127-129

Gender, Nature, and Fidelity

pp. 131-142

Ecofeminist Pedagogy: An Exploratory Case

pp. 143-174

Feminism-Ecology: Revolution or Mutation?

pp. 175-177

What Could an Ecofeminist Society Be?

pp. 179-184

Sensuous Minds and the Possibilities of a Jewish Ecofeminist Practice

pp. 185-195

Moon Phases, Menstrual Cycles, and Mother Earth: The Construction of A Special Relationship Between Women and Nature

pp. 197-209

Environment and Belief: The Importance of Place in the Construction of Knowledge

pp. 211-218

Raising Your Hand in the Council of all Beings: Ecofeminism and Citizenship

pp. 219-233

Book Reviews

In Nature's Interests? Interests, Animal Rights, and Environmental Ethics (review)

pp. 235-239

Ethics of Scientific Research (review)

pp. 241-245


Notes on Contributors

p. 247


Index to Volume 4: Ethics and the Environment

pp. 249-250

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