Don Morse - Assistant Professor, Philosophy Department
E-Mail: dmorse@webster.edu
Phone: 314/961-2660 x7737

http://www.webster.edu/philosophy/faculty.html

I'm interested in the environment from a philosophical perspective. I'm intrigued by such questions as: what is an environment? Do environments contain social as well as natural elements? To what extent do environments enter into human life and to what extent does human life shape and create environments? Can we separate human beings from their environments or, conversely, environments from human beings?

Suggested Readings :

John Dewey, Experience and Nature  

Andrew Light and Eric Katz, ed. Environmental Pragmatism

Christopher Preston Grounding Knowledge: Environmental Philosophy, Epistemology, and Place

Holmes Rolston, Philosophy Gone Wild: Environmental Ethics

John Zerzan, Future Primitive