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Hardcover | Out of Print | ISBN: 9780262232210 | 335 pp. | 6 x 9 in | February 2002
Paperback | $6.75 Short | £5.95 | ISBN: 9780262731478 | 335 pp. | 6 x 9 in | February 2002

Divided Natures

French Contributions to Political Ecology

Reviews

“"Every so often, a work comes along that is so timely...and this book is one such work." Melissa Clark American Political Science Review”—
“"Every so often, a work comes along that is so timely...this book is one such work." Melissa Clark American Political Science Review”—

Endorsements

“This is an outstanding contribution to the field of environmental philosophy/politics. Nothing like it exists in the English-language literature.”
Michael Zimmerman, Department of Philosophy, Tulane University
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“An original and significant contribution to the field. I am not aware of any other works in English that bring these particular theorists to the foreground. This book will appeal to academics working in the field, to postgraduate and advanced undergraduate students, and to a wider public engaged in the more philosophical aspects of environmental problems.”
Mathew Humphrey, School of Politics, University of NottinghamPlease note: Endorser gives permission to excerpt from quote.
“Whiteside's discussion of recent French thought is clear, well-written, and informative. He introduces to the English-speaking world theorists who have been unduly neglected, bringing up important issues that will raise the level of analysis and debate in Anglophone ecological discussions.”
John P. Clark, Professor of Philosophy and Chairperson, Environmental Studies Program, Loyola University