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The varieties of sustainability


, : The varieties of sustainability. Agriculture and Human Values 9(3): 11-19

Each of four sections in this paper sketches the philosophical problems associated with a different dimension of sustainability.

Accession: 002530858

DOI: 10.1007/bf02217917

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