2006- 2007 Ethics Program Speaker Series
"Is Nature Ours? Ethics, Economics and the Environment
On Tuesday October 24, 2006, Professor Mark Sagoff, an environmental ethicist, Acting Director and Senior Research Scholar at the Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy in the School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland, College Park addressed the issue " Is Environmentalism Dead?" as part of Fall Semester Ethics Program Speaker Series. In conjunction with the event, we have compiled a selected bibliography consisting of books, book reviews, journal articles and other resources by the speaker and on environmentalism.
Mark Sagoff- Selected Bibliography
(Downloaded from http://www.publicpolicy.umd.edu/facstaff/faculty/sagoff.html 09/12/06)
Hoffman, W. Michael, Frederick Robert & Petry, Edward S. Business, ethics, and the environment: the public policy debate, New York: Quorum Books, 1990. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Katz, Eric & Sagoff Mark. Nature as Subject: human obligation and natural community, New Jersey: Rowman & Littlefield, 1996.
Sagoff, Mark. Animals as inventions: biotechnology and intellectural property rights, In Lakshman D Guruswamy & Jeffrey A McNeely. Protection of global biodiversity: converging strategies, Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1998. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Sagoff, Mark. Are genes inventions? An ethical analysis of gene patents, In Justine Burley & John Harris. A companion to genethics, Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 2002. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Sagoff, Mark, Fullinwider Robert K., Mills, Claudia & Zimring, Franklin E. Controlling global climate: debate over pollution trading, College Park, Md.: School of Public Affairs, University of Maryland, 1999.
Sagoff, Mark. Ecology & law: sciences dilemma in the courtroom, [College Park?]: University of Maryland Sea Grant College,1987. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Sagoff, Mark. The economy of the earth: philosophy, law, and the environment, Cambridge [Cambridgeshire]; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1988. Available at DeKalb County Public Library or through Interlibrary Loan.
Sagoff, Mark. Ecosystem design in historical and philosophical context, In David Pimentel, Laura Westra, & Reed F. Noss. Ecological integrity: integrating environment, conservation, and health, Washington, D.C.: Island Press, 2000.
Sagoff, Mark. Environmental ethics: a model course, College Park, Md.: Center for Philosophy and Public Policy, 1982.
Sagoff, Mark. Environmental science and environmental law, College Park: Center for Philosophy and Public Policy, University of Maryland, 1985.
Sagoff, Mark. On explanation in ecology, College Park, Md.: Center for Philosophy and Public Policy, University of Maryland, 1984
Sagoff, Mark. The philosopher as teacher: on teaching environmental ethics, [Oxford, England]: Basil Blackwell, 1980.
Sagoff, Mark. Price, principle, and the environment, Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Sagoff, Mark. Risk-benefit analysis in decisions concerning public safety and health, Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Pub. Co., 1985.
Sagoff, Mark.Settling America: the concept of place in environmental politics, In Philip D Brick; R McGreggor Cawley. A wolf in the garden: the land rights movement and the new environmental debate, Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1996. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Sagoff, Mark.Takings, just compensation, and the environment, In Donald Scherer (Ed.) Upstream/downstream: issues in environmental ethics, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1990. GF80 .U67
Sagoff, Mark. Where Ickes went right or reason and rationality in environmental law, Berkeley, CA: University of California, Boalt Hall School of Law, 1987.
Brackley, Peter. The economy of the earth (Book Review). International Affairs, Spring89, 65 (2)
Caress, Stanley. Price, principle, and the environment. Perspectives on Political Science, Spring2005, 34 (2)
Law and the environment. Law & Social Inquiry, Spring2005, 30 (2)
Price, priciple and the environment. Harvard Law Review, Mar2005, 118 (5)
Sagoff, Mark. The Arts, cognition, and basic skills (Book Review). Journal of Aesthetics & Art Criticism, Sep79, 38 (1)
Sagoff, Mark. The ecosystem illusion. Issues in Science & Technology, Fall2000, 17 (1)
Sagoff, Mark. Environmental bedfellows. Hastings Center Report, Mar/Apr93, 23 (2)
Strasser, Sophie. Price, principle and the environment. Environment, Jan/Feb2006,. 48 (1)
Daly, Herman E. Reply to Mark Sagoff's "carrying capacity and ecological economics" Bioscience, Oct95, 45 (9)
Ehrlich, Paul R., Daily, Gretchen C., Daily, Scott C., Myers, Norman & Salzman, James. No middle way on the environment. The Atlantic Monthly, Boston: Dec 1997 280 (6)
Lauber, T. Bruce & Knuth, Barbara A. Refining our vision of citizen participation: lessons from a moose reintroduction proposal. Society & Natural Resources, Jun98, 11 (4)
Partridge, Ernest. How much is too much? Ruffin Series in Business Ethics, Charlottesville: 2000
Rosenthal, Sandra B. The four good reasons for limiting consumption: a pragmatic perspective. Ruffin Series in Business Ethics, Charlottesville: 2000
Sagoff, Mark. The aesthetic status of forgeries. Journal of Aesthetics & Art Criticism, Dec76, 35 (2)
Sagoff, Mark. Carrying capacity and ecological economics. Bioscience, Oct95, 45 (9)
Sagoff, Mark. Do we consume too much? Atlantic Monthly, June97, 279 (6)
Sagoff, Mark. 'He had a hat'. Journal of Aesthetics & Art Criticism, Dec85, 44 (2)
Sagoff, Mark. Intellectual property and products of nature. American Journal of Bioethics, Summer2002, 2 (3)
Sagoff, Mark. Patented genes: an ethical appraisal. Issues in Science & Technology, Spring98, 14 (3)
Sagoff, Mark. Transgenic chimeras. American Journal of Bioethics, Summer2003, 3 (3)
Sagoff, Mark. Two cheers for community. Hastings Center Report, May/Jun94, 24 (3)
Sagoff, Mark. Why exotic species are not as bad as we fear. Chronicle of Higher Education, 6/23/2000, 46 (42)
Sagoff, Mark. Do non-native species threaten the natural environment? Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, Guelph: 2005 18 (3)
Simberloff, Daniel & Strong, Donald R . Exotic species seriously threaten our environment The Chronicle of Higher Education, Washington: Sep 8, 2000 47 (2)
Sollars, Gordon G & Freeman, R Edward. Sagoff's environmentalism: an economic and ethical critique. Ruffin Series in Business Ethics, Charlottesville: 2000
Mark Sagoff - Price, principle, and the environment - Reviewed by Daniel M. Hausman- http://ndpr.nd.edu/review.cfm?id=1961
Reply to Sagoff- http://gadfly.igc.org/ecology/sagoff.htm
2005-2006 Ethics Lecture Series: Ethics at the End of Life 2005-2006 E