1. An Overview of the Development of my Work
2. General Ethics and the Theory of Responsive Cohesion
3. Humans, Other Animals, and our Obligations in Regard to Both
4. Ethics and the Built Environment
5. Introductions to and Overviews of Environmental Ethics
6. General Environmental Philosophy Topics
7. Deep Ecology
"From Deep Ecology to the Theory of Responsive Cohesion: A Short Overview of the Development of my Work" (edited extract from Ch. 8, “Working in Plato’s Academy”, of my book On Beautiful Days Such as This: A philosopher’s search for love, work, place, meaning, and suchlike.)
"Beautiful Days", Resurgence (No. 286), August/September 2014, pp. 42-44. (I submitted this short piece, also extracted from On Beautiful Days Such as This, to Resurgence under the more accurate and informative title "An Environmental Philosopher Reflects in Greece", but magazine editors often entitle pieces what they think will work best, so there you go.)
Ch. 1: “The Idea of a General Ethics” of my book A Theory of General Ethics: Human Relationships, Nature, and the Built Environment.
"Human Relationships, Nature, and the Built Environment: Problems that Any General Ethics Must Be Able to Address", in Jules Pretty, Andrew Ball, Ted Benton, Julia Guivant, David Lee, David Orr, Max Pfeffer and Hugh Ward, eds. Sage Handbook on Environment and Society (London: Sage, 2007), pp. 107-123.
"Responsive Cohesion: Thinking in Context", Resurgence (No. 241), March/April 2007, pp. 22-25.
“From Deep Ecology to the Theory of Responsive Cohesion: A Short Overview of the Development of my Work” (already listed under the “Overview of the Development of my Work” section, above)"The New Ethics: Ethics in a Gaian Context", in Jules Pretty, ed., Environment Vol. 1: Thinking and Knowing about the Environment and Nature, "Key Issues for the Twenty-First Century" series (London: Sage, 2006), pp. 82-95.
"Foundations of a General Ethics: Selves, Sentient Beings, and Other Responsively Cohesive Structures", in Anthony O'Hear, ed., Philosophy and the Environment, Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement: 69 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011), pp. 47-66.
Among other things, this above paper introduces two distinctions that I think ought be recognized in this area of discussion: the first is a distinction between damage and harm, and the second is a distinction between what I take to be the two basic forms of harm."Forms of Harm and our Obligations to Humans and Other Animals", in Evangelos Protopapadakis, ed., Animal Ethics: Past and Present Perspectives (Berlin: Logos Verlag, 2012), pp. 197-221.
"Introduction: Ethics and the Built Environment", in Warwick Fox, ed., Ethics and the Built Environment (London: Routledge, 2000), pp. 1-12.
"Towards an Ethics (or at Least a Value Theory) of the Built Environment", in Warwick Fox, ed., Ethics and the Built Environment (London: Routledge, 2000), pp. 207-21. (This paper represents the first published presentation of my theory of responsive cohesion.)
"Architecture Ethics", in Jan-Kyrre Berg Olsen, Stig Andur Pedersen, and Vincent F. Hendricks, eds., A Companion to the Philosophy of Technology (Oxford: Blackwell, 2009), pp. 387-91.
"Ethics, Architecture, Responsive Cohesion, and the Transition to a More Habitable Future", Paper presented to the "Ethics and the Built Environment 2009" conference, Nottingham University, 9-11 September 2009.
"Environmental Ethics", in The Encyclopedia of Population, eds., Paul Demeny and Geoffrey McNicoll (New York: Macmillan Reference USA, 2003) pp. 292-96.
"A Critical Overview of Environmental Ethics", World Futures 46 (1996): 1-21.
“Why Study Environmental Ethics?” In Environmental Ethics: The Big Questions, pp. 35-36. Edited by David Keller. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
"Human Empire", Resurgence, September/October 1997, pp. 10-12.
"What Does the Recognition of Intrinsic Value Entail?" The Trumpeter: Journal of Ecosophy 10 (1993): 101.
"Deep Ecology and Virtue Ethics", Philosophy Now, April-May 2000, pp. 24-26.
"Intellectual Origins of the 'Depth' Theme in the Philosophy of Arne Naess". The Trumpeter: Journal of Ecosophy 9 (1992): 68-73.
For a spirited deconstruction of an ill-posed question that was set for a 2003 essay competition run by Shell and The Economist, see:"The Ideas Game" (edited extract from Chapter 9: “The Ideas Game” of my book On Beautiful Days Such as This: A philosopher’s search for love, work, place, meaning, and suchlike).