Environmental Ethics
and Public Policy
Ernest Partridge, Ph.D



(The Editorial Archives)



Why Be Reasonable? (March, 1998)
On Civic Friendship
(May, 2000)

The Environment:

Put Down that Monkey Wrench! (July, 2000)
Is Everything "Natural"?
  (September, 2000)
Blissful Ignorance
  (May, 2001)
My Seven Years as a Corporate Token
(August, 2001)
The Oil Trap (August, 2002)
Northern Exposure (Sept. 2000, Sept. 2002)
Elegy for a Ponderosa Pine Tree (August, 2003)
Garrett Hardin -- A Tribute (October, 2003)

"The Environment" is treated at length in many of the "Gadfly Papers". 

Politics: See "On Politics" -- Notes of a Reluctant Radical. 


The New Alchemy.  (July, 1999)
Sucker Economics
(November, 1999)
The Deserving Rich?
(February, 2001)
Flunking Econ. 101 
(July, 2001)
In the Deep Voodoo  (October, 2002)

Morality and the Law:

Reflections on the Gurney  (March, 1999)
Round Up the Usual Suspects
(May, 1999)
The Paradoxical "Right to Life" (October, 1999)
Junk Psychology
(February, 2000)
One Nation, Under God, Divisible
(March, 2001)
What Would Jesus Do?  (October, 2002)

Education and Philosophy:

In Defense of Research Universities (February, 1999)
We're Not in Kansas Anymore! (September, 1999)
The Banalization of Genius
 (April, 2000)
Is Science "Just Another Dogma?"  (July, 2002)
John Rawls -- A Tribute  (December, 2002)

Global Issues:

Devouring the Seed Grain (August, 1999)
Two Lessons from Russia
(October, 1998)
On the Possibility of a Global Environmental Ethic  (Published 1995) 
Global Defense   (March, 2002)


Longer Published Papers are at "The Gadfly Papers"

More Essays, Reviews, Journal Entries, Obituaries, Letters, etc.

"The Gadfly's" Internet Publications Listed Topically and Chronologically.

Dr. Ernest Partridge is a consultant, writer and lecturer in the field of Environmental Ethics and Public Policy. He has taught Philosophy at the University of California, and in Utah, Colorado and Wisconsin. He publishes the website, "The Online Gadfly" (www.igc.org/gadfly) and co-edits the progressive website, "The Crisis Papers" (www.crisispapers.org).