1. Editor's Note
  2. Victoria Davion
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  1. Limitations on an Inclusive Definition of Ecosystem-Human Health
  2. David Castle
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  1. Vegetarianism and Planetary Health
  2. Michael Allen Fox
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  1. A Prudential Argument for Precaution under Uncertainty and High Risk
  2. Stephen Haller
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  1. Wild Ontology: Elaborating Environmental Pragmatism
  2. Jason Scott Robert
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  1. Are Environmentalists Hysterical or Paranoid?: Metaphors of Care and "Environmental Security"
  2. Raymond A. Rogers
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  1. Biotechnology, the Limits of Norton's Convergence Hypothesis, and Implications for an Inclusive Concept of Health
  2. Marc A. Saner
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  1. Farm Animals' Challenge to Ecological Thinking: Skepticism about the Prospects for an Inclusive Ethics of Health
  2. Tom Settle
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  1. Phenomenological Reflections on Ecosystem Health
  2. Ingrid Leman Stefanovic
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  1. Biocentrism and Human Health
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  1. Integrating Ethical Frameworks for Animals, Humans, and Nature: A Critical Feminist Eco-Socialist Analysis
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  1. Index to Volume 5: Ethics and the Environment
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  1. Editors' Introduction: Toward an Inclusive Health Ethic for Humans and Ecosystems
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  1. Notes on Contributors
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