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Environmental Philosophy: A Fresh Perspective

Environmental Philosophy: A Fresh Perspective Books University of Bath, objected respect- these microprocess devices; small-scale well written, well edited, and even well fully that DNA itself encodes informa- production requires small numbers. copy edited. I have seen no better book tion but is also tangible. A specific chemical, such as one used on this subject. The case studies are informative and in chemical munitions, could be pro- generally well crafted. The innovations duced in useful quantities in a very ROBERT HUNT SPRINKLE they discuss are clearly distinguishable, small space and would not present to Robert Hunt Sprinkle (sprinkle@ but many are also clearly complemen- remote sensors any signature suggest- umd.edu) is associate professor of public tary, making the discussions of the ing a chemical weapons plant or even policy in the School of Public Policy at the potential for misuse and the suscep- a chemical plant. University of Maryland, in College Park. tibility to governance quite similar Malice certainly is no prerequisite in multiple chapters. The contributors’ for reckless endangerment or even for modal judgment would suggest that misadventure. However, biosafety risks these innovations could indeed be used are not much discussed in the book. maliciously. A terrorist group, however Environmental damage, intended or http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png BioScience Oxford University Press

Environmental Philosophy: A Fresh Perspective

BioScience , Volume 63 (5) – May 1, 2013

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Oxford University Press
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© Published by Oxford University Press.
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0006-3568
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1525-3244
DOI
10.1525/bio.2013.63.5.15
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Abstract

Books University of Bath, objected respect- these microprocess devices; small-scale well written, well edited, and even well fully that DNA itself encodes informa- production requires small numbers. copy edited. I have seen no better book tion but is also tangible. A specific chemical, such as one used on this subject. The case studies are informative and in chemical munitions, could be pro- generally well crafted. The innovations duced in useful quantities in a very ROBERT HUNT SPRINKLE they discuss are clearly distinguishable, small space and would not present to Robert Hunt Sprinkle (sprinkle@ but many are also clearly complemen- remote sensors any signature suggest- umd.edu) is associate professor of public tary, making the discussions of the ing a chemical weapons plant or even policy in the School of Public Policy at the potential for misuse and the suscep- a chemical plant. University of Maryland, in College Park. tibility to governance quite similar Malice certainly is no prerequisite in multiple chapters. The contributors’ for reckless endangerment or even for modal judgment would suggest that misadventure. However, biosafety risks these innovations could indeed be used are not much discussed in the book. maliciously. A terrorist group, however Environmental damage, intended or

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BioScienceOxford University Press

Published: May 1, 2013

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