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Human Ecology

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{Nature_and_Environment.28.21}: James River Martin {rivertree} Wed, 27 Oct 2004 13:36:45 CDT (19 lines)

I got sidetracked with your statement suggesting that I apparently
opposed "efficiency". I hope I have made my point about efficiency?

Economists, unfortunately, aren't well aquainted with a broad array
of perspectives and/or theories of value.

Same goes with a lot of institutionalized ecology.

It's a problem.

If it is difficult for either economic thought or ecological thought
to deal with *value*, the question becomes that much more difficult
when we attempt to join economic and ecological thought. But where
else can we productively begin?

Economics and ecology have to become "philosophical" in order to
provide a path which allows them to address value.

Would you agree?

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