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Ethics & the Environment 7.2 (2002) 197-199



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Suzanne Laba Cataldi is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville. She has published a range of articles in the areas of feminism, phenomenology, ethics, and the emotions. Her book, Emotion Depth and Flesh: A Study of Sensitive Space (SUNY Press, 1993), is a reflection on Merleau-Ponty's philosophy of embodiment. Email: scatald@siue.edu

Chris Cuomo is Associate Professor of Philosophy and Women's Studies at the University of Cincinnati. She is the author of Feminism and Ecological Communities: An Ethic of Flourishing (Routledge 1998) and The Philosopher Queen: Feminist Essays on War, Love and Knowledge (Rowman and Littlefield 2002). In 2002-2003 she will be Visiting Fellow at the Cornell University Society for the Humanities. Email: cuomocj@email.uc.edu

Chris Crittenden teaches applied ethics part-time at the University of Maine at Machias. In addition to philosophical reflection and teaching, he enjoys writing poetry. His poetry has recently been accepted by the feminist-friendly Outrider Press and Flyway, the literary arts magazine of Iowa State University, among others. Email: ccritten@gwi.net

David Eaton recently completed a Master's degree in Values and the Environment at Lancaster University, England, for which this paper was his thesis. He currently is attempting to secure a place to undertake doctoral research on the philosophy of vegetarianism and animal rights. Email: orangutangi@hotmail.com

Trish Glazebrook has taught at the University of Toronto, Colgate University, and Syracuse University. A Board Director of the International Association of Environmental Philosophers, she is the author of Heidegger's Philosophy of Science, the editor of a forthcoming collection of essays on Heidegger's critique of science, and has published various articles on Heidegger, ancient and modern science, environmentalism, and feminism. She currently is working on a manuscript titled "Eco-Logic: Erotics of Nature," and teaching at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Email: trishglaze@yahoo.com

Patsy Hallen is Senior Lecturer in Environmental Ethics, Institute for Sustainability and Technology Policy at Murdoch University, Australia, and Foundation Lecturer at Murdoch in Social Inquiry. Born in Canada, she has taught philosophy at the University of Lagos, Nigeria, and environmental ethics at the University of California, Berkeley. Hallen's research interests include environmental philosophy, environmental ethics, philosophy of science, and ethical issues in the history of philosophy. Email: phallen@central.murdoch.edu.au

Ronnie Zoe Hawkins is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Central Florida, in Orlando, where she teaches environmental ethics, ethics and biological science, philosophy of science, and existentialism. She has doctoral degrees in both philosophy and medicine and considers it a matter of extreme importance that we humans come to know our place within the biosphere. Currently she is writing a book, also entitled Seeing Ourselves as Primates. Email: liveoak@pegasus.cc.ucf.edu

Victoria Kamsler is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Georgia where she is a member of the Environmental Ethics Certificate Program faculty. She has previously taught at Harvard, Wellesley, Bryn Mawr, Queens College-CUNY, and Princeton. Email: vkamsler@arches.uga.edu

Wayne Ouderkirk is Professor of Philosophy at Empire State College, the State University of New York's nontraditional college. He is co-editor, with Jim Hill, of Land, Value, Community: Callicott and Environmental Philosophy (SUNY Press 2002). His current interests are wilderness issues and the epistemological dimensions of environmental philosophy. Email: wayne.ouderkirk@esc.edu

James P. Sterba is Professor of Philosophy at Notre Dame. He has published 23 books, most recently the award-winning Justice for Here and Now and Three Challenges to Ethics: Environmentalism, Feminism, and Multiculturalism. He is past president of the International Society for Social and Legal Philosophy, the American section, past president of Concerned Philosophers for Peace, and past president of the North American Society for Social Philosophy. Currently he is editing and contributing to a collection of essays entitled Terrorism and International Justice for Oxford University Press. Email: sterba.1@nd.edu

Karen J. Warren is Professor of Philosophy at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota. Her primary areas of scholarly interest are feminist...

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ISSN
1535-5306
Print ISSN
1085-6633
Pages
pp. 197-199
Launched on MUSE
2002-12-13
Open Access
No
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