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    Moral reasoning typically informs environmental decision-making by measuring the possible outcomes of policies or actions in light of a preferred ethical theory. This method is subject to many problems. Environmental pragmatism tries to overcome them, but it suffers also from some pitfalls. This paper proposes a new method of environmental pragmatism that avoids the problems of both the traditional method of environmental moral reasoning and of the general versions of environmental pragmatism. W…Read more
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    Philosophy and the Precautionary Principle: Science, Evidence, and Environmental Policy (review)
    International Studies in the Philosophy of Science 30 (1): 95-98. 2016.
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    Palavras de agradecimento
    with Henrique Cl de Lima
    Kriterion: Journal of Philosophy (105): 15-18. 2002.