Environmental Ethics
PHIL 323 / INDS 323
David Schmidtz
Elizabeth Willott
Matt Zwolinski
Click to An Introduction to Environmental Ethics
Click to Why & How to Argue
Click to Outline Sample on Outlines
Click to Matt's Advice for Writing the Assignments
Click to Activism

Click to A Sample Plan: Antelope Land

Others have been teaching this class at the University of Arizona, but please feel free to browse through this site.

Click a paper by Willott on Human Population Trends. This is also included in the book Environmental Ethics: What really matters, what really works edited by D. Schmidtz and E. Willott.
  Course Info
Course Description
Readings & Schedule
Assignment Questions
Assignments & Grading
Grade Appeals
Writing a Philosophy Paper
Web Project
Office Hours

Useful Links
Willott Home Page
Schmidtz Home Page
Env. Ethics Resources
Philosophy Dept
Some Additional Information on a Few Topics
Species Extinctions
Human Population
Organic Farming
Endangered US Wildcats (we have requested permission for photos for this site)

Course Home Page

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Last update Feb 5, 2003
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