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100 1  Grant, Robert L 
245 12 A case study in Thomistic environmental ethics :|bthe 
       ecological crisis in the Loess Hills of Iowa /|cRobert L. 
       Grant ; with a foreword by Steven Bouma-Prediger 
246 33 Ecological crisis in the Loess Hills of Iowa 
260    Lewiston, N.Y. :|bEdwin Mellen Press,|cc2007 
300    iii, 346 p. ;|c24 cm 
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. 319-339) and index
505 0  Loess Hills mixed grass prairie -- Natural history of the 
       Hills -- Human impact on the Loess Hills -- Natural 
       teleology -- Environmentalism in the Loess Hills -- Making
       use of the Loess Hills resources -- The evolution of 
       environmental ethics -- Thoreau's ambiguous legacy -- Muir,
       Leopold, Carson, White -- Hans Jonas' ethic of 
       responsibility -- Ecocentrism & anthropocentrism -- 
       Philosophical ecocentrism -- Deep ecology -- Process 
       philosophy -- Non-western approach -- Holists -- 
       Interpreters of Greek philosophy -- Theological 
       ecocentrism -- Judeo-Christian tradition -- Theological 
       liberationists -- Eco-feminism & Rosemary Radford Reuther 
       -- Philosophical anthropocentrism -- Early voices -- 
       Aesthetics -- Political theorists -- Theological 
       anthropocentrism -- Protestant theology -- Catholic 
       theology -- John Paul II & Catholic magisterium -- 
       Magisterial teaching prior to John Paul II -- John Paul II
       -- American bishops -- Nature & the good in Thomas Aquinas
       --  The bonum naturalis in the cosmology -- The bonum 
       naturalis & connaturalis in the treatise on the law -- The
       bonum naturalis in the treatise on the law -- Natural law 
       and the Ulpian School -- Strong Ulpians -- Weak Ulpians --
       Thomas Aquinas and natural law -- The bonum naturalis -- 
       The bonum connaturalis in the treatise on the law -- 
       Ciceronian School & Thomas Aquinas -- The bonum 
       connaturalis in the virtues -- The passions -- The moral 
       virtues and the bonum connaturalis -- The bonum 
       supernaturalis -- Eudaimonistic environmental ethic -- 
       Three goods as a critique of eco- and anthropocentrism -- 
       Three goods as the basis of new environmental ethic -- 
       Jonas and Thomas -- An environmentalist's use of Thomas' 
       terms -- The good and nature -- Nature as -- Teleology -- 
       Rural ecoregionalism -- Ecoregionalism -- How ought the 
       natural resources of the Loess Hills be used? -- How 
       should the native prairies of the Loess Hills be saved? --
       How might the humans express caritas for the Hills? -- 
       What would Loess Hills eco-regionalism look like? -- 
       Conclusion: Eudaimonistic ecoregionalism extended 
590    EAS: LS 
600 00 Thomas,|cAquinas, Saint,|d1225?-1274|xInfluence 
650  0 Environmental ethics|zLoess Hills (Iowa and Mo.) 
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