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Department of Philosophy

Staff

Dr Simon Paul James - all publications

  • 1: James, Simon P. (Accepted). Ecosystem Services and the Value of Places. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice
  • 2: James, Simon P. (Accepted). Protecting Nature for the Sake of Human Beings. Ratio
  • 3: James, Simon P. (2015). Environmental Philosophy: An Introduction. Polity.
  • 4: James, Simon P. (2014). 'The Trouble with Environmental Values'. Environmental Values
  • 5: James, Simon P. (2014). '"Nothing Truly Wild is Unclean": John Muir and the Aesthetics of Dirt'. Environmental Ethics 36(3): 357-363.
  • 6: James, Simon P. (2014). 'Green Managerialism and the Erosion of Meaning'. In Old World and New World Perspectives on Environmental Philosophy: Transatlantic Conversations. Drenthen, M. & Keulartz, J. Springer. 139-151.
  • 7: James, Simon P (2013). Buddhism and Environmental Ethics. In A Companion to Buddhist Philosophy. Wiley-Blackwell.
  • 7: James, Simon P. (2013). Philistinism and the Preservation of Nature. Philosophy 88(1): 101-114.
  • 9: James, Simon P. (2013). Why Old Things Matter. Journal of Moral Philosophy 1-16.
  • 10: James, Simon P (2013). Finding - and Failing to Find - Meaning in Nature. Environmental Values
  • 11: James, Simon P. (2012). Conserving Nature's Meanings. In Embodied Values and the Environment. Brady, E. & Phemister, P. Springer.
  • 12: James, Simon P. (2011). For the Sake of a Stone? Inanimate Things and the Demands of Morality. Inquiry 54(4): 384-397.
  • 13: James, Simon. (2009). The Presence of Nature: A Study in Phenomenology and Environmental Philosophy. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • 14: James, Simon P. (2009). Phenomenology and the Problem of Animal Minds. Environmental Values 18(1): 33-49.
  • 15: James, Simon P. (2008). Asian Philosophy. In Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy. Gale.
  • 15: James, Simon P. (2008). How Green is Buddhism? SHAP: World Religions in Education 2008-9: 12-13.
  • 16: James, Simon P. & Cooper, David E. (2008). Buddhism and the Environment. Contemporary Buddhism, 8 (2): Taylor and Francis.
  • 18: James, Simon P. (2007). Against Holism: Rethinking Buddhist Environmental Ethics. Environmental Values 16.
  • 19: James, Simon P. (2007). Merleau-Ponty, Metaphysical Realism and the Natural World.*. International Journal of Philosophical Studies 15(4): 501-519.
  • 20: James Simon P. (2006). ‘Buddhism and the Ethics of Species Conservation’. Environmental Values 15(1): 85-97.
  • 21: James, Simon P. (2006). Human Virtues and Natural Values. Environmental Ethics 28(4): 339-354.
  • 22: Cooper, David E. & James, Simon P. (2005). Buddhism, Virtue and Environment. Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • 22: James, Simon P. (2005). Environmental and Ecological Philosophy. In The Oxford Companion to Philosophy 2nd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 23: James, Simon P. (2005). Awakening to Language in Heidegger and Zen. International Journal of Field Being 2(2).
  • 23: James, Simon P. (2004). The Possibility of an Environmental Virtue Ethic. Proceedings of the 2004 Durham-Bergen Postgraduate Philosophy Seminar 2: 97-102.
  • 25: James, Simon P. (2003). ‘Zen Buddhism and the Intrinsic Value of Nature’ *. Contemporary Buddhism 4(no.2): (143 to 157).
  • 26: James, Simon P. (2004). Zen Buddhism and Environmental Ethics. Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • 26: James, Simon P. (2002). Heidegger and the Role of the Body in Environmental Virtue. The Trumpeter 18(1).
  • 27: James, Simon P. (2001). Martin Heidegger. In 50 Environmental Thinkers. London: Routledge. 189-94.
  • James, SP (2012). 'Human Character and the Nonhuman World'.