The first part of my rejoinder is a contextual elaboration of Bowers’ ideas in “Rethinking Social Justice Issues,” and then, I question whether Bowers goes far enough to help individuals interpret justice issues. I begin with my experiences teaching science teachers about ecojustice and discuss several problem ideas. I highlight a significant a/moral ecological vulnerability (lack of premises) for Bowers’ ethical imperative, and conclude with the recommendation of why we ought to shift towards better democratizing ecojustice.
Mueller, Michael P.
"A/Moral Vulnerability for Chet Bowers and Other EcoJustice Educators: A REJOINDER to “Rethinking Social Justice Issues”,"
Journal of Educational Controversy: Vol. 4
, Article 13.
Available at: https://cedar.wwu.edu/jec/vol4/iss1/13
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Educators--Professional ethics; Educators--Attitudes; Democracy and environmentalism; Environmental justice; Environmentalism--Moral and ethical aspects
Subjects - Names (LCNAF)
Bower, C.A.--Criticism, Textual