Hale, Benjamin
July 2011
Monist;Jul2011, Vol. 94 Issue 3, p369
Academic Journal
The article discusses the implications for the ethical and political framework to address the climate challenge. It examines several intercalated tensions in the climate challenge, and the harms-oriented reasoning that suggests people to do what they can to mitigate climate change. It discusses the approach suffers from significant causal and rational impotence objections.


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