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Energy Ethics: Emerging Perspectives in a Time of Transition

Giovanni Frigo

Keywords


energy ethics; energy studies; philosophy of energy; energy paradigm; ecocentrism; energy transition; modernity; petroculture; environmental philosophy; environmental ethics

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