|aBeneath the surface :|bcritical essays in the philosophy of deep ecology /|cedited by Eric Katz, Andrew Light, and David Rothenberg.
|aCambridge, Mass. :|bMIT Press,|cc2000.
|axxiv, 328 p. ;|c23 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. -320) and index.
|aIntroduction: deep ecology as philosophy / Eric Katz, Andrew Light, and David Rothenberg -- How wide is deep ecology? / John Clark -- Against the inevitability of anthropocentrism / Eric Katz -- A critique of deep green theory / William Grey -- Deep ecology, deep pockets, and deep problems: a feminist ecosocialist analysis / Val Plumwood -- Ontological determinism and deep ecology: evading the moral questions? / Mathew Humphrey -- In defense of deep ecology: an ecofeminist response to a liberal critique / Ariel Salleh -- Callicott and Naess on pluralism / Andrew Light -- No world but in things: the poetry of Naess's concrete contents / David Rothenberg -- Possible political problems of earth-based religiosity / Michael E. Zimmerman -- The postmodernism of deep ecology, the deep ecology of postmodernism, and grand narratives / Arran Gare -- Deep ecology and desire: on Naess and the problem of consumption / Jonathan Maskit -- Bhagavadg嶠t屧, Ecosophy T, and deep ecology / Knut A. Jacobsen -- A state of mind like water: Ecosophy T and the Buddhist traditions / Deane Curtin -- Deep ecology and its social philosophy: a critique / Bron Taylor.