A reviewed monograph considers the problem of wilderness. According to the author, wilderness should be considered as wilderness. Wilderness as wilderness overcomes the anthropocentric and non-anthropocentric limitations of all attempts to theoretically justify the need to protect wilderness, including environmental philosophy, bioethics, religious concepts of the environment, etc. Therefore, the author of the monograph offers a “nobody’s and nowhere” view of wilderness, and only it can reveal the true value of wilderness as such.
Duclos, J. S. (2022). Wilderness, Morality, and Value. Lanham: Lexington Books.