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Rolston Library

Rolston Collection in Willard O. Eddy Library - Room 120, Eddy Hall, CSU

 

Rolston books are shelved in the northeast bookcase.

Anthologies containing Rolston articles are shelved in alphabetical order, with name(s) of anthology editor.

Journal issues containing Rolston articles are shelved in alphabetical order by the name of the journal.

Encyclopedias (containing Rolston articles) are shelved at the bottom in the second bookcase.

Rolston books are shelved under, Rolston, Holmes with titles in alphabetical order, although foreign translations are shelved next to the original English book.

Some Rolston translations into anthologies and journals in non-roman alphabets (e.g. Chinese, Japanese, Russian) are here. Many are not here but in Colorado State University Library - Rolston's paper archives.

There is a series of Natural History articles, in this catalog grouped under the heading “Natural History articles,” with online links.  All of these have paper copies in Rolston, CSU Library paper archives.  Only the one on “The Pasqueflower” in Natural History is in paper copy in the Rolston Collection in the Eddy Library.

There are links to online sites of Rolston’s records of his “Trails and Trips,” which he titles “Trail Logs.”  These records are not at present in the Rolston Collection in the Eddy Library, nor in the Rolston CSU Library paper archives.  See the last section here.

Most of Rolston's articles can also be found online in the Colorado State University Library Digital Archives.

https://dspace.library.colostate.edu/handle/10217/100484

These books may be checked out through the departmental administrative assistant.

Media (video and audio) is in a separate section, at the end of the catalog, and is shelved separately, second bookcase from the west, center of the bookcase.

 



Catalog:

Açao Ambiental (Environmental Action).        Açao Ambiental (Environmental Action), vol. 7, no. 30, September/October 2004, Contains "Entrevista: Dr. Holmes Rolston III (Interview: Dr. Holmes Rolston, III)," pages 5-8. This is the extension journal of the Universidade Federal de Viçosa, Brazil, and this a theme issue on environmental philosophy. In Portuguese. Interviewer James Griffith.  Also online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37729.

Afeissa, Hicham-Stéphane, editor and translator, Éthique de l'environment: Nature, valeur, respect (Paris: Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin, 2007). Contains Rolston, "Value in Nature and the Nature of Value." translated into French, "La valeur dans la nature et la nature de la valeur," pages 153-186.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37451.   Originally published in Robin Attfield and Andrew Belsey, eds., Philosophy and the Natural Environment (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994).

Afeissa, Hicham-Stéphane and Yann Lafolie, eds., Esthétique de l'environnement: Appréciation, connaissance et devoir (Paris: Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin, 2015).   Contaians Rolston, De la beauté au devoir: Esthétique de la nature et éthique environmentale," pages 277-310. French translation of "From Beauty to Duty: Aesthetics of Nature and Environmental Ethics," in Arnold Berleant, ed., Environment and the Arts: Perspectives on Environmental Aesthetics (Aldershot, Hampshire UK and Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing, 2002).

Aiken, William, and Hugh LaFollette, eds., World Hunger and Morality, 2nd ed. (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1996). Contains Rolston, "Feeding People versus Saving Nature," pages 248-267.  Also online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37604.

Alive Now: The Earth.        Alive Now: The Earth. January/February 1991. Contains Rolston, "A Simple Test," pages 54-55. Reprints the test of a sense of environmental residence, taken from Rolston, Environmental Ethics (1988), pages 347-349. A magazine for youth.

American Association of State Colleges and Universities, Stewardship of Public Lands: A Handbook for Educators (Washington: American Association of State Colleges and Universities [AASCU]), 2010. Contains Rolston, "Greening Education: The Next Millennium." Afterword, pages 191-196.  Also online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/38999.

American Forests           American Forests 94, nos. 5 & 6 (May/June 1988):33, 66-69. Contains Rolston, "Values Deep in the Woods." Variously reprinted. There are two original issue copies in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, filed in 1988.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37118.
Reprinted in The Trumpeter (Canada) 6, no. 2 (Spring 1989):39-41. There is one original issue copy of this issue of The Trumpeter in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, filed in 1988.

American Journal of Theology and Philosophy.         American Journal of Theology and Philosophy 18(1997)59-64. Contains Rolston, "Ecological Spirituality."  Also available online at:    http://hdl.handle.net/10217/48072

András, Lányi, and Jávir Benedek, eds., Környezet és Etika: Szöveggy jtemény (Environment and Ethics). (Budapest: L'Harmattan, 2005). ISBN 963 7343 17 2. Also ISSN 1786-7479. Contains ,"A környezeti etika id szer kérdései ["Environmental Ethics: Values in and Duties to the Natural World]" translated into Hungarian, pages 85-111. Originally published in F. Herbert Bormann, and Stephen R. Kellert, Ecology, Economics, Ethics: The Broken Circle (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1991)

Andreozzi, Matteo, ed., Etiche dell'Ambiente: Voci e Prospettive [Environmental Ethics: Voices and Perspectives] (Milan: LED Edizioni Universitarie, 2012). Contains Holmes Rolston, III, essay, "Perché studiare le etiche dell'ambiente?" an Italian translation of "Why Study Environmental Ethics?" pages 72-75. Originally in David R. Keller, ed., Environmental Ethics: The Big Questions (Chichester, West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010), pages 40-41. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/79016.

Armstrong, Susan, and Richard Botzler, eds., Environmental Ethics: Convergence and Divergence (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1993). Contains Rolston, "Values Gone Wild," pages 56-65. Originally published in Inquiry 26(1983):181-207. Also contains: "Biology and Philosophy in Yellowstone." pages 28-38. Originally published in Biology and Philosophy 5(1990):241-258.

Armstrong, Susan, and Richard Botzler, eds., Environmental Ethics: Convergence and Divergence, 3rd ed. (Boston: McGraw Hill, Inc., 2004). Contains Rolston, "Environmental Ethics: Values in and Duties to the Natural World," pp. 74-87.
Also contains, Rolston, "The Land Ethic at the Turn of the Millennium." Originally published in Biodiversity and Conservation9(2000):1045-1058.

Arntzen. Sven, and Emily Brady, eds., Humans in the Land: The Ethics and Aesthetics of the Cultural Landscape (Oslo: Oslo Academic Press, Unipub Norway, 2008). Contains Rolston, "Mountain Majesties above Fruited Plains: Culture, Nature, and Rocky Mountain Aesthetics," pages 199-220.. ISBN 978-82-7477-343-1. Also published in Environmental Ethics 30(2008):3-20.

Attfield, Robin, ed., The Ethics of the Environment (Farnham, Surrey, UK: Ashgate, 2008). Contains Rolston, "Is There an Ecological Ethic?" pages 13-29. First published in Ethics: An International Journal of Social and Political Philosophy 85(1975):93-109.
Also contains, Rolston, "Feeding People versus Saving Nature," pages 523-542. First published in William Aiken and Hugh LaFollette, eds., World Hunger and Morality, 2nd ed. (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1996).

Attfield, Robin, and Andrew Belsey, eds., Philosophy and the Natural Environment (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994). Contains Rolston, "Value in Nature and the Nature of Value," pages 13-30. Royal Institute of Philosophy, Annual Supplement Volume. Invited conference address, Royal Society of Philosophy, Annual Conference, University of Wales, Cardiff, July 18-21, 1993.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37191.

Banchetti-Robino, Marina Paola, Lester Embree, and Don E. Marietta, eds. The Philosophies of Environment and Technology, vol. 18 of Research in Philosophy of Technology (Stamford, CT: JAI Press, 1999). ISBN 0-7623-0439-1 Contains Rolston, "A Managed Earth and the End of Nature?" pages 143-164.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37601.

Becher, Anne, ed. American Environmental Leaders: From Colonial Times to the Present, 2 vols. (Santa Barbara, California: ABC-Clio, November 2000).  Contains, "Rolston, Holmes," biographical article by Michael Egan, Volume II, L-Z, pages 691-692.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37720.

Becher, Anne, ed. American Environmental Leaders: From Colonial Times to the Present, 2 vols. New edition (Millerton, NY: Grey House Publishing, 2008), pages 695-697. There is no copy in this collection.

Beckley, Harlan, ed., The Annual: Society of Christian Ethics (Washington: Georgetown University Press, 1993). Contains Rolston, "Environmental Ethics: Some Challenges for Christians," pages 163-186. Keynote address at the Society of Christian Ethics, Annual National Conference, Savannah, GA, January 8-10, 1993.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/40511.

Beever, Jonathan, and Nicolae Morar, eds., Perspectives in Bioethics, Science, and Public Policy (West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, 2013.   Contains Rolston, “The Future of Environmental Ethics (2010),” pages 53-69.   Revised, shortened, version of article that appeared in David R. Keller, ed., Environmental Ethics: The Big Questions (Chichester, West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010), pages 561-574.   Also appeared in O'Hear, Anthony, ed., Philosophy and the Environment, Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement. (Cambridge University Press, 2011), volume 69(no. 1): 1-28. ISSN 1358-2461 EISSN 1755-3555.  See those entries.

Bekoff, Marc, with Carron A. Meaney, eds., Encyclopedia of Animal Rights and Animal Welfare. (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998). Contains, Rolston. "Endangered Species." pages 154-156.
Also contains, Rolston, "Wild Animals, Duties to," pages 362-364.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/48073.

Bekoff, Marc, ed., Encyclopedia of Animal Rights and Animal Welfare., second edition. 2 volumes (ABC Clio, 2010). Contains Rolston, "Endangered Species and Ethical Perspectives," pages 206-207 (in volume 1).  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/48073.
Also contains, Rolston, "Wild Animals and Ethical Perspectives," pages 603-606 (in volume 2).   Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/48078.

Benson, John, Environmental Ethics: An Introduction with Readings (London: Routledge, 2000), Contains (in part) Rolston, "Can and Ought We to Follow Nature?" pages 237-242. Full article originally appeared in Environmental Ethics 1(1979):7-30.

Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability, Volume 1, The Spirit of Sustainability, ed. Willis Jenkins (Great Barrington, Mass: Berkshire Publishing Group, 2010). Contains Rolston entry, "Dominion," pages 110-111.  Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/38370.
Also contains Rolston entry, "Science, Religion, and Ecology," pages 353-356.  Also available at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/38371.

Berleant, Arnold, ed., Environment and the Arts: Perspectives on Environmental Aesthetics (Aldershot, Hampshire and Burlington, VT: UK: Ashgate Publishing, 2002). Contains Rolston, "From Beauty to Duty: Aesthetics of Nature and Environmental Ethics," pages 127-141.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37181.

Berleant, Carlson, Godlovitch, Rolston, Tuan, La Bellezza di Gaia (Milano: Edizioni Medusa, 2007), pages 85-108. With introduction by Roberto Peverelli. ISBN 978-88-7698-105-0. Contains Rolston, "L'esperienza estetica delle foreste," an Italian translation of "Aesthetic Experience in Forests."   Originally published in Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 56(1998):157-166.

Bertka, Connie, Nancy Roth, and Matthew Shindell, eds.,Workshop Report: Philosophical, Ethical, and Theological Implications of Astrobiology (Washington, DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2007). Contains Rolston, "Originating Life: Six Big Questions." With questions and commentary. Pages 13-21.  Report of a symposium held February 21-23, 2003 at American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, DC.

Biblical Wilderness: midbar, arabah and eremos. One-page entry contributed to an online website. Words translated as "wilderness" occur nearly 300 times in the Bible. A formative Hebrew memory is the years of "wandering in the wilderness," mixing experience of wild landscape, of searching for a promised land, and of encounter with God.   There is a psychology as well as a geography of wilderness, a theology gained in the wilderness. Jesus is baptized by John and then is driven by the Spirit into the wilderness for forty days. The Devil is there, but so is the Spirit. This records a search for solitude, for self-discovery, for divine presence, but the natural environment is the needed ambiance. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/172809

Biodiversity and Conservation. Biodiversity and Conservation 9(2000):1045-1058. Contains Rolston, "The Land Ethic at the Turn of the Millennium."  In a theme issue: Concepts of Nature: The Social Context and Ethical Implications of Ecology.  Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37121.
Reprinted in Susan J. Armstrong and Richard G. Botzler, eds.,< Environmental Ethics: Divergence and Convergence, 3rd ed. (Boston: McGraw-Hill, 2004).

Biology and Philosophy.    Biology and Philosophy 5(1990):241-258. Contains Rolston, "Biology and Philosophy in Yellowstone."   There is a copy in Rolston CSU Library paper archives, but no copy in the Rolston Library in the Eddy Library.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/36774.      A popularized version of this is published as "Yellowstone: We Must Allow It To Change,"High Country News 23 (no. 10, June 3, 1991):12-13.  There is an original issue in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, filed in 1990.

BioScience.        BioScience 35(1985):718-726.  Contains Rolston, "Duties to Endangered Species." Variously reprinted.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37103.

Birnbacher, Dieter, ed., Ökophilosophie (Ditzingen, Germany: Philipp Reclam jun. Stuttgart, Reclams Universal-Bibliothek, 1997). Contains Rolston "Can and Ought We to Follow Nature?" in German translation, as "Können und sollen wir der Natur folgen?"pages 242-285.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37207.   ISBN 3-15-009636-7.

Bormann, F. Herbert, and Stephen R. Kellert, Ecology, Economics, Ethics: The Broken Circle (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1991). Contains Rolston "Environmental Ethics: Values in and Duties to the Natural World," pages 73-96.

Botzler, Richard G., and Susan J. Armstrong, eds., Environmental Ethics: Divergence and Convergence, 2nd ed. (Boston: McGraw Hill, Inc., 1998). Contains Rolston, "Environmental Ethics: Values in and Duties to the Natural World," pp. 71-86.

Boylan, Michael, ed., Environmental Ethics (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2001). Contains, Rolston, "Environmental Ethics: Values in and Duties to the Natural World," pages 228-247. First published in In F. Herbert Bormann, and Stephen R. Kellert, Ecology, Economics, Ethics: The Broken Circle (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1991).

Boylan, Michael, ed., Environmental Ethics 2nd edition (Wiley Blackwell, Chichester, West Sussex, UK, 2014). Contains Rolston, "Environmental Ethics: Duties to and Values in the Natural World," pages 131-151. Originally in published in F. Herbert Bormann, and Stephen R. Kellert, Ecology, Economics, Ethics: The Broken Circle (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1991), pp 73-96.

Bradley, Raymond, and Stephen Duguid, eds., Environmental Ethics, Volume II (Burnaby, BC: Simon Fraser University, Institute for the Humanities, 1989). Contains Rolston, "Duties to Endangered Species" pp. 67-83. ISBN 0-86491-080-0(v.2). Originally published inBioScience 35(1985):718-726.

Brennan, Andrew, ed., The Ethics of the Environment (Aldershot, Hampshire, U.K.: Dartmouth Publishing Co., 1995). Contains Rolston, "Duties to Endangered Species" pages 77-85. Originally published in BioScience 35(1985):718-726.
Also contains Rolston, "Disvalues in Nature," pages 87-115, Originally published in "Disvalues in Nature," The Monist75(1992):250-278.
Also contains Rolston, "Can and Ought We to Follow Nature?" pages 365-388. Originally published in Environmental Ethics 1(1979):7-30.
Also contains Rolston, "The Wilderness Idea Reaffirmed," pages 445-452. Originally published in Environmental Professional 13(1991):370-377.

Brinkmann, Klaus, ed., Ethics: The Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy, vol. 1 (Bowling Green, Ohio: Philosophy Documentation Center, 1999). Contains Rolston, "Nature and Culture in Environmental Ethics," pages 151-158. Invited paper at the Session on Philosophy and the Natural Environment, Robin Attfield, Chair, World Congress of Philosophy, Boston, August 1998.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37447.

Brown Noel J., and Pierre Quiblier, eds., Ethics & Agenda 21: Moral Implications of a Global Consensus (New York: United Nations Publications, United Nations Environment Programme, 1994). Contains Rolston, "People, Population, Prosperity, and Place," pages 35-38. ISBN 92-1-100526-4. Ethical evaluation of the UN strategy document from the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (Rio Earth Summit).  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/48098.

Bryologist, The.       The Bryologist 85(1982):420. Contains Rolston, "Bryum knowltonii New to the United States." There is an original issue copy in Rolston, Colorado State University, paper archives, filed in 1982.     Cited in G. C. S. Clarke, "Recent Bryological Literature," Journal of Bryology 13(1984):299-318. A collection by Rolston of Cynodontium gracilescens, a moss known in North America from only six collections, is cited in Frederick J. Hermann and William A. Weber, "Occurrence of Cynodontium gracilescens in North America (Colorado)," Bryologist 88(1985):26.

Bulkeley, Kelly, ed., Soul, Mind, Brain: New Directions in the Study of Religion and Brain-Mind Science (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, Fall 2005). Contains Rolston, "Genes, Brains, Minds: The Human Complex," pages 10-35.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37444.

Bunnin, Nicholas, and E. P. Tsui-James, eds., The Blackwell Companion to Philosophy, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2003), Contains Rolston, "Environmental Ethics," pages 517-530.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37196.
Translated into Portuguese, "Ética ambiental," pp. 557-571 in Compêndio de Filosofia, segunda edição, 2007, tradução de Luiz Paulo Rouanet; São Paulo, SP, Brasil; Edições Loyola, ISBN: 978-85-15-03047-7.   Extracted copy.  Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/48074.

Business Ethics Quarterly.    Contains Rolston, "Environmental Protection and an Equitable International Order: Ethics after the Earth Summit," Business Ethics Quarterly 5(1995):735-752.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/41096.

Callicott, J. Baird, and Robert Frodeman, eds., Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy, (Detroit: Macmillan Reference, Gale, 2009).
Contains Rolston, "Antarctica." Volume 1, pages 53-58.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/38984.
Contains Rolston, "Earth Summit." Volume 1, pages 223-225.
Contains Rolston, "Hargrove, Eugene." Volume 1, pages 482-483.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/38987.
Contains Rolston, "Rio Declaration." Volume 2, pages 201-202.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/38988.
Contains Rolston, "Wetlands." Volume 2, pages 397-400.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/38989.
Contains Rolston, "Annotated Bibliography" (in Environmental Ethics and Philosophy). Volume 2, pages 507-514.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/38985.
Contains Rolston, "Is There an Ecological Ethic?" Volume 2, pages 492-501. Reprinted, as one of ten primary sources in the field.
Contains a bibliographical article by Philip Cafaro,  “Rolston, Holmes, III, 1932- .”    Available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39069.

 

Callicott, J. Baird and Clare Palmer, eds., Environmental Philosophy: Critical Concepts in the Environment (London: Routledge, 2005). 5 volumes.
Contains Rolston:
"Is There an Ecological Ethic?" vol. 1, pp. 54-71. Originally published in Ethics: An International Journal of Social    and Political Philosophy 85(1975):93-109.
"Can and Ought We to Follow Nature?" vol. 1, pp. 175-198. Originally published in Environmental Ethics    1(1979):7-30.
"Valuing Wildlands," vol. 3, pp. 320-346.   Originally published in Environmental Ethics 7(1985):23-48.
"Feeding People versus Saving Nature," vol. 4, pp. 23-40. Originally published in in William Aiken and Hugh    LaFollette, eds.,World Hunger and Morality, 2nd ed. (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1996),
"Duties to Endangered Species," vol. 4, pp. 263-277. Originally published in BioScience 35(1985):718-726.

Callicott, J. Baird, ed. Companion to a Sand County Almanac (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1987). Contains Rolston, "Duties to Ecosystems," pp. 246-274.

Callicott, J. Baird, and Michael P. Nelson, eds., The Great New Wilderness Debate (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1998). Contains Rolston, "The Wilderness Idea Reaffirmed," pages 367-386. Originally published in Environmental Professional 13(1991):370-377, and variously reprinted.

Callicott, J. Baird, and Fernando José R. da Rocha, eds., Earth Summit Ethics: Toward a Reconstructive Postmodern Philosophy of Environmental Education (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1996). Contains Rolston, "Earth Ethics: A Challenge to Liberal Education," pages 161-192. Keynote address at Conference on Ethics, University, and Environment" at Federal University of Rio Grande Do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil, May 25-29, 1992, a pre-conference prior to the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED).

Callicott, John B., Bryan G. Norton, Holmes Rolston, III, Richard Routley, Val Routley, Karen J. Warren, Valori Selvaggi: L'ethica ambientale nella filosofia americana e australiana [Wild Values: Environmental Ethics in American and Australian Philosophy] (Milano: Medusa, 2005).  ISBN 88-7698-027-X.   Contains Rolston, "I valori sono diventati selvaggi," an Italian translation of "Values Gone Wild."   Originally published in Inquiry 26(1983):181-207.

Campbell, Heidi A., and Heather Looy, eds., A Science and Religion Primer.  (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2009). Contains Rolston, "Science and Technology in Light of Religion," pages 33-38.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37439.

Carlson, Allen, and Sheila Lintott, eds., Nature, Aesthetics, and Environmentalism (New York: Columbia University Press, 2008). Contains Rolston, "From Beauty to Duty: Aesthetics of Nature and Environmental Ethics," pages 325-338. Originally published in Arnold Berleant, ed., Environment and the Arts: Perspectives on Environmental Aesthetics (Aldershot, Hampshire and Burlington, VT: UK: Ashgate Publishing, 2002).  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37181.

Carlson, Allen and Arnold Berleant, eds., The Aesthetics of Natural Environments (Peterborough, Ontario: Broadview Press, 2004). Contains, Rolston, "Aesthetic Experience in Forests," pages 182-196. Originally published in Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism56(1998):157-166. Invited address at The Aesthetics of the Forest, Second International Conference on Landscape Aesthetics, Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland, June 10-13, 1996. Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/35650.

Center for Theology and Natural Sciences.    Center for Theology and Natural Sciences Bulletin, vol. 11, no. 2, 1991.    Contains the proceedings of a research conference devoted to Rolston's work at the Center for Theology and Natural Sciences, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, CA, February 8-16, 1991.  This includes two papers by Rolston:
(1)  "Respect for Life: Christians, Creation, and Environmental Ethics," pp. 1-8.
(2) "Genes, Genesis, and God in Natural and Human History, pp. 9-23.
This published proceedings includes the following in analysis of Rolston's work:
(1)  Robert T. Schimke, "Reflections from a Molecular Biologist," pp. 24-26.
(2)  Walter R. Hearn, "Science, Selves, and Stories," pp. 26-31.
(3)  Carol J. Tabler, "Value Vocabulary in Biology and Theology," pp. 32-33.
(4) Ted Peters, "Beyond the Genes: Epigenesis and God," pp. 34-35.
(5)  Margaret R. McLean, "A Moral World `Red in Tooth and Claw'," pp. 36-38.
There are two copies in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, filed in 1991,  but no copy in the Rolston Library in the Eddy Library.

Chappell, Timothy D. J., ed., The Philosophy of the Environment (Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press, 1997). Contains Rolston, "Nature for Real: Is Nature a Social Construct?" pages 38-64.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37188.

Chen, Tsu-Mei, ed.,  环境伦理学入门   [Huan-Jing Luun-Li-Shei Ru-Men]  [Introduction to Environmental Ethics], (Taipei: Taiwan Ecological Stewardship Association, 2007). ISBN 978-986-84047-0-0.
Contains: "生命之河 : 过去,现今,未来  [Sheng ming zhi he : guo qu, xian jin, wei lai]  [The River of Life: Past, Present, Future]," pages 174-189.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/38363.     Originally published in Ernest Partridge, ed.,Responsibilities to Future Generations (Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books, 1981).
Also contains: "逾越节之花 [Yu Yue Jie zhi hua]   [The Pasqueflower]," pages 192-200.  Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37208.   Originally published in Natural History (Magazine of the American Museum of Natural History) 88 (no. 4, April 1979): 6-16.
Also contains in Chinese translation 野生動物與荒野地—原住民牧長研習營 "Wildlife and Wildlands," pages 202-207. Originally published in "Wildlife and Wildlands: A Christian Perspective," in After Nature's Revolt: Eco-justice and Theology, Dieter T. Hessel, ed., (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1992).
Also contains: "圣经与生态学 [Sheng jing yu sheng tai xue]  [TheBible and Ecology]," pages 208-213.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/38361.  Originally  published in Interpretation: Journal of Bible and Theology 50(1996):16-26.
Also contains 看顾自然 : 从事实到价值,从尊敬到尊崇  [Kan gu zi ran :cong shi shi dao jia zhi, cong zun jing dao zun chong]  [Caring for Nature: From Fact to Value, from Respect to Reverence].  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/38364.     Originally published in Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 39(no. 2, 2004):277-302.
Also contains: "环境讲章 [Huan jing jiang zhang]  [Preaching on the Environment]," pages 246-261.  Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/38362.   Originally published in Journal for Preachers 23 (no. 4, 2000):25-32. ISBN 978-986-84047-0-0.
Also contains  "环境伦理学的种类 [Huan-Ching  Lun-Li-Shueh te Chung-Lei]   [Ethics and the Environment] (Types of Environmental Ethics)," pages 261-301.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39004.  Originally published as Chapter 11 in Paul de Vries, Robert M. Veatch, Lisa H. Newton, Emily V. Baker and Michael Lewis Richardson, eds., Ethics Applied, edition 2 (Needham Heights, MA: Simon & Schuster, 1999).

Ch’iu Jen-tsung [Qiu, Renzong], ed. 国外自然科学哲学问题 [Kuo wai tzy jan k'o hsüeh che hsüeh wen t'i] [International Philosophical Problems in Natural Science] 1990, pages 146-157.    Beijing: Chinese Social Science Press, 1991.    Contains Rolston, "生态伦理学存在吗? [Sheng tai lun li xue cun zai ma?]  [Is There an Ecological Ethic?]."  Translated by Ye Ping, Northeast Forestry University, Harbin. There is a copy in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, but no copy in the Rolston Library in the Eddy Library.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37192.  This article was originally published as: "Is There an Ecological Ethic?"Ethics: An International Journal of Social and Political Philosophy 85(1975):93-109.
Ch’iu Jen-tsung [Qiu, Renzong],  ed. 国外自然科学哲学问题 [Kuo wai tzy jan k'o hsüeh che hsüeh wen t'i] [International Philosophical Problems in Natural Science] 1994, (Beijing: Chinese Social Science Press, 1994).   ISBN 7-5004-1514-1.
Contains "科学伦理学与传统伦理学 “[Ke xue lun li xue yu chuan tong lun li xue] [Science-Based vs. Traditional Culture Values in a Global Ethic]," pages 259-275. Translated by Xu, Lan.      Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37699.    Originally published as: "Science-Based vs. Traditional Ethics."  Pages 63-72 in J. Ronald Engel and Joan Engel, eds., Ethics of Environment and Development  (London: Belhaven Press and Tuscon: University of Arizona Press, 1990).
Two Rolston articles are translated into Chinese in this one volume. The other one is: 环境伦理学 : 自然界的价值和对自然界的义务 “[Huan jing lun li xue : zi ran jie de jia zhi he dui zi ran jie de yi wu] [Environmental Ethics: Values in and Duties to the Natural World]”, pages 276-295.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37696.

Church and Society.       Church and Society 80 (no. 4, March/April 1990):16-40. Contains Rolston, "Wildlife and Wildlands: A Christian Perspective." Also published in Dieter T. Hessel, ed., After Nature's Revolt: Eco-justice and Theology, (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1992).

Church and Society.      Church and Society, July/August 1996. Contains Rolston, "Environmental Ethics: Some Challenges for Christians," pages 37-50. Originally published in Harlan Beckley, ed., The Annual: Society of Christian Ethics (Washington: Georgetown University Press, 1993),

Clayton, Philip and Jeffrey Schloss, eds., Evolution and Ethics: Human Morality in Biological and Religious Perspective (Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2004). Contains Rolston, "The Good Samaritan and His Genes," pages 238-252.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37322.

Clayton, Philip, and Zachary Simpson, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Religion and Science (New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006). Contains Rolston, "Environmental Ethics and Religion/Science," pages 908-928.

Clowney, David, and Patricia Mosto, eds., Earthcare: An Anthology in Environmental Ethics (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2009). Contains Rolston, "Duties to Endangered Species," pages 532-543.

Cobb, John B., Jr. and Ignacio Castuera, eds., For Our Common Home: Process-Relational Responses to Laudato si’ (Anoka, MN: Process Century Press, 2015. Contains Rolston, "An Ecological Pope Challenges the Anthropocene Epoch," pages 52-57. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/167458

Collett, Jonathan, and Stephen J. Karakashian, eds., Greening the College Curriculum: A Guide to Environmental Teaching in the Liberal Arts (Washington, DC: Island Press, 1996).  Contains Rolston, "Philosophy" (Chapter 9) [Environmental Ethics in the Undergraduate Philosophy Curriculum], pages 206-234.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/45060.

Colorado State Magazine. Colorado State Magazine, Fall, 2008. Contains, "Earth Spoksman: A Philosophy Professor's Reverence for Nature," by Paul Miller, p. 16.

Colorado State University. 1991 Research at Colorado State University.  Contains Rolston profile, pages 6-7.

Commonweal             Commonweal 116(1989):677-678. Contains, Rolston, "Critics' Book Choices," short combined review of Roderick Nash, The Rights of Nature: A History of Environmental Ethics, J. Baird Callicott, In Defense of the Land Ethic, Richard Cartwright Austin,Hope for the Land: Nature in the Bible, Jay B. McDaniel, God and the Pelicans: A Theology of Reverence for Life, and Bill McKibben, The End of Nature. In a feature article on choices by selected authors.

Congresso Brasileiro de Unidades de Conservaçao.     II Congresso Brasileiro de Unidades de Conservaçao, Anais, volume 1., Conferências e Palestras, organizers Miguel Serediuk Milano and Verônica Theulen (Proceedings of the Second Brazilian Congress on Conservation Areas, November 5-9, 2000, Campo Grande, Brazil. Contains Rolston, "Intrinsic Values in Nature," pages 76-84. Also volume 2.

Conceptus: Zeitschrift für philosophie. Offprint, "Menschen Ernähren oder Natur Erhalten? (Feeding People versus Saving Nature)," translated into German. Conceptus: Zeitschrift für philosophie 29(nr. 74, 1996):1-25.   Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37605.   In the full issue there is a reply,"Natur Erhalten oder Menschen Ernähren?" ("Saving Nature or Feeding People?") by Robin Attfield (Philosophy, University of Wales), Conceptus 29:27-45. The original article is "Feeding People versus Saving Nature," in William Aiken and Hugh LaFollette, eds., World Hunger and Morality, 2nd ed. (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1996), pages 248-267.

Conservation Biology     Conservation Biology 20(2006):1576-1578.    Contains Rolston, "Disenchanting the Rhetoric: Human Uniqueness and Human Responsibility."

Conservation Biology     Conservation Biology 20(no. 5, October 2006):1558-1560.    Contains Rolston, "Finite Ethics: Revolution or Threshold?" Review of H. Elliott, Ethics for a Finite World: An Essay Concerning a Sustainable Future.

Conservation Biology     Conservation Biology 18(2004):590-591. Contains Louke M. van Wensveen, Review of Rolston, Genes, Genesis and God (1999).

Conservation Biology.     Conservation Biology 14 (no. 2, April 2000):584-585. Contains Rolston, Review of Ed Ayres, God's Last Offer: Negotiating for a Sustainable Future (New York: Four Walls Eight Windows Press, 1999).

Conversations in Religion and Theology Conversations in Religion and Theology 7(no. 2, 2009): 194-200. Contains Rolston, Review of Alister McGrath, The Open Secret: A New Vision for Natural Theology (Oxford: Blackwell, 2008).  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37811.  Also contains McGrath response, "On Secrets, Lilies, and Daisies," pp. 200-206.

Cooper, David E., and Joy A. Palmer, eds., The Environment in Question (London: Routledge, 1992). Contains Rolston, "Challenges in Environmental Ethics," pages 135-146. Also published in in Michael E. Zimmerman, J. Baird Callicott, George Sessions, Karen J. Warren, and John Clark, eds., Environmental Philosophy: From Animal Rights to Radical Ecology. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1993.

CPTS Ends and Means.       CPTS Ends and Means: Journal of the University of Aberdeen Centre for Philosophy, Technology & Society 2(no. 2, Spring 1998):3-14. Contains Rolston, "Technology versus Nature: What is Natural."  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/48100.

CTNS Bulletin. Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences Bulletin, vol. 11, no. 4 (1992):17-19. Contains Rolston, Review of Lawrence E. Johnson, A Morally Deep World: An Essay on Moral Significance and Environmental Ethics (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1991).

Cuff, David J. and Andrew S. Goudie, eds. The Oxford Companion to Global Change (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009). Contains Rolston, "Environmental Bioethics," pp. 218-220.

Cunningham, William P., Terence Ball, Terence H. Cooper, Eville Gorham, Malcolm T. Hepworth, and Alfred A. Marcus, eds.Environmental Encyclopedia, 1st edition (Detroit: Gale Research, Inc., 1994). Contains "Rolston, Holmes (1932- ). Biographical article by Ann S. Causey, pages 718-719.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37717.
Reprinted in 2nd edition (1998), pp. 898-899.
Reprinted in 3rd edition, Vol 2, N-Z, pp. 1224-1225, Bortman, Marci, Peter Brimblecombe, Mary Ann Cunningham, William P. Cunningham, and William Freedman, eds. (Detroit: Thomson/Gale, 2003). The 2nd and 3rd editions are not in this collection.

Das II, Pranab K., ed., A Companion to the ISSR Library of Science and Religion (Cambridge, UK: International Society for Science and Religion, 2011).  Contains:  Rolston, "Introductory Essay to Ian G. Barbour, Ethics in an Age of Technology (Gifford Lectures) , pages 7-8, and Rolston, "Introductory Essay to David Landis Barnhill and Rober S. Gottlieb, eds., Deep Ecology and World Religions: New Essays on Sacred Ground," pages 345-346.   A companion volume to a set of 224 of the leading works in the field, each with a brief introductory essay, which was distributed to smaller college and theological libraries worldwide. Two of Rolston's books: Science and Religion: A Critical Survey and Genes, Genesis and God are included in the distributed set.

Davidson Journal.       Davidson Journal, Volume II, Summer 1990. Contains Barbara J. Mayer, "Rolston '53 Applies Ethics to Nature," profile article on Rolston, page 40.  There is a copy of this journal issue in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, filed in 1990.

Davidson Journal.       Davidson Journal, Volume XXXIII, Summer 2003.   Contains “The Nature of Things:  Using the Earth with Justice and Charity,” by Meg Kimmel, pp. 4-7.   Cover story.  Profile article on Holmes Rolston as Templeton Prize laureate.  Also online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37704.

Davies, Paul, and Niels Henrik Gregersen, eds., Information and the Nature of Reality: From Physics to Metaphysics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010). Contains Rolston, "Care on Earth: Generating Informed Concern," pages 204-245.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39368.

Decker, Daniel J. and Gary R. Goff, Valuing Wildlife Resources: Economic and Social Perspectives (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1987). Contains Rolston, "Beauty and the Beast: Aesthetic Appreciation of Wildlife," pp. 187-207.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37182.

Defenders: The Conservation Magazine of Defenders of Wildlife         Defenders: The Conservation Magazine of Defenders of Wildlife 73 (no. 3, Summer 1998):6-15. Thirteen philosophers explain why society should give high priority to the Endangered Species Act. Contains Rolston essay, "The Moral Case for Saving Species," page 10.  There is also a copy in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, filed in 1998.

DesJardins, Joseph, ed., Environmental Ethics: Concepts, Policy, Theory (Mountain View, CA: Mayfield Publishing Co., 1999). Contains Rolston, "The Wilderness Idea Reaffirmed," pages 382-391. Originally published in Environmental Professional 13(1991):370-377.
Also contains, Rolston "Does Aesthetic Appreciation of Landscapes Need to be Science-Based?" Originally published in British Journal of Aesthetics 35(1995):374-386.

Drees, Willem B., ed., Is Nature Ever Evil? Religion, Science and Value (London: Routledge, 2003). Contains Rolston, "Naturalizing and Systematizing Evil," pages 67-86.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37442.

Drengson, Alan and Duncan Taylor, eds., Wild Foresting: Practising Nature's Wisdom (Gabriola Island, BC, Canada: New Society Publishers, 2009). Contains Rolston, "Values Deep in the Woods." pages 12-16. Originally published in American Forests 94, nos. 5 & 6 (May/June 1988):33, 66-69.

Driver, B. L., ed., Contributions of Social Sciences to Multipe-Use Management: An Update (Fort Collins, CO: Rocky Mountain Range and Experiment Station, 1990), USDA Forest Service General Technical Report RM-196, October. Contains Rolston, "Values Deep in the Woods: The Hard-to-Measure Benefits of Forest Preservation " pages 6-19.  There is a copy of this report in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, filed in 1990.

Driver, B. L., Perry J. Brown, and George L. Peterson, eds., Benefits of Leisure (State College, PA: Venture Publishing, Inc., 1991). Contains Rolston, "Creation and Recreation: Environmental Benefits and Human Leisure." pages 393-403. Anthology published by a U.S. Forest Service task force.

Driver, B. L., Daniel Dustin, Tony Baltic, Gary Eisner, and George Peterson, eds., Nature and the Human Spirit: Toward an Expanded Land Management Ethic (State College, PA: Venture Publishing Co., 1996). Contains Rolston, "Nature, Spirit, and Land Management," pages 17-24.  Anthology published by a U.S. Forest Service task force.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/41102.

Earth Letter.         Earth Letter, January 2001, pp. 4-6. (Earth Ministry, 1305 NE 47th St., Seattle, WA 98105. Contains Rolston, reprinted in part, "Christians, Wildlife, Wildlands." Earlier published as "Wildlife and Wildlands: A Christian Perspective," in After Nature's Revolt: Eco-justice and Theology, Dieter T. Hessel, ed., (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1992).

Earthwatch.       Earthwatch, vol. 12, no. 3 (March/April 1993): 17-18. Contains Rolston, "Whose Woods These Are. Are Genetic Resources Private Property or Global Commons?"  Also available online at: .   http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37120.

Echeverria, John, and Raymond Booth Eby, Let the People Judge: Wise Use and the Private Property Rights Movement (Washington: Island Press, 1995). Contains Rolston, "Winning and Losing in Environmental Ethics." pages 263-273. Originally published in Frederick Ferré and Peter G. Hartel, eds., Ethics and Environmental Policy: Theory Meets Practice (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1994).

生態靈修, Ecological Spirituality, 生態關懷者協會 Taipei: Taiwan Ecological Stewardship Association, 2003. Contains Rolston, 聖經的土地倫理 ("Biblical Land Ethics"), a Chinese translation of "Preaching on the Environment," pp. 13-34. Originally published in JP Journal for Preachers 23 (no. 4, 2000):25-32. With introduction to Holmes Rolston on pp. 10-12.

Elliot, Robert, and Arran Gare, Environmental Philosophy (St. Lucia, New York, London: University of Queensland Press and University Park, PA and London: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1983). Contains, Rolston, "Are Values in Nature Subjective or Objective?" pages 135-165, Also published in Environmental Ethics 4(1982):125-151.   Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/36776.

Elliot, Robert, ed., Environmental Ethics, Oxford Readings in Philosophy Series (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995). Contains Rolston, "Duties to Endangered Species" pp. 60-75. Originally published in BioScience 35(1985):718-726.

Encyclopedia Britannica, 2004 Book of the Year (Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica, 2004), Contains, "Rolston, Holmes," pages 92-93.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37718.

Encyclopedia of Bioethics, Revised Edition, Warren T. Reich, ed. (New York: Macmillan Library Reference, Simon and Schuster, 1995).
Contains Rolston, "Wildlife Conservation and Management: Ethical Issues," volume 1, pages 176-80.
Republished, pages 201-204, volume 1, in Encyclopedia of Bioethics, 3rd ed. Stephen G. Post, Editor-in-Chief    (New York: Macmillan Reference/Thomson Gale, 2004). This edition is not here.
Also contains, "Endangered Species and Biodiversity: Ethical Issues," volume 2, pages 671-75.
Republished, pages 748-752, volume 2, in Encyclopedia of Bioethics, 3rd ed.
Rolston served as Area Editor in Environmental Ethics, for the Encyclopedia of Bioethics, Revised Edition.

Engel, J. Ronald, and Joan Engel, eds., Ethics of Environment and Development (London: Belhaven Press and Tuscon: University of Arizona Press, 1990).  Contains Rolston,."Science-Based vs. Traditional Ethics," pages 63-72.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37810.

Environmental Ethics        Environmental Ethics 1(1979):7-30. Contains Rolston, "Can and Ought We to Follow Nature?" There is also an original issue filed in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives.   Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39367.

Environmental Ethics.      Environmental Ethics 3(1981):113-128. Contains Rolston, "Values in Nature."  There is also an original issue in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, filed in 1981. Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/36775.

Environmental Ethics.       Environmental Ethics 4(1982):125-151. Contains Rolston, "Are Values in Nature Subjective or Objective?"  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/36776.  There is also an original issue copy in Rolston, Colorado State University, paper archives, filed in 1982.
Also published in Robert Elliot and Arran Gare, Environmental Philosophy (St. Lucia, New York, London: University of Queensland Press and University Park, PA and London: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1983).

Environmental Ethics.    Environmental Ethics 7(1985):23-48.  Contains Rolston, "Valuing Wildlands."  There is a copy in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, but no copy in the Rolston Library in the Eddy Library.  Also available online at:
http://hdl.handle.net/10217/36768.

Environmental Ethics .      Environmental Ethics 24(2002):115-134. Contains Rolston, "Environmental Ethics in Antarctica."  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/36769.

Environmental Ethics .      Environmental Ethics 30(2008):3-20. Contains Rolston, "Mountain Majesties above Fruited Plains: Culture, Nature, and Rocky Mountain Aesthetics."  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/36770.  Also published in Sven Arntzen and Emily Brady, eds., Humans in the Land: The Ethics and Aesthetics of the Cultural Landscape (Oslo: Oslo Academic Press, Unipub Norway, 2008).

Environmental Ethics.   Environmental Ethics 37(2015):45-55.   Contains Rolston, ”Rediscovering and Rethinking Leopold’s Green Fire.” A visit to the kill site where Leopold encountered “green fire” in the dying mother wolf’s eyes; reflections on Leopold and this most iconic wolf kill in conservation history. This article was originally a lecture at Utah Valley State University on April 4, 2013. A video recording is online: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/80888

Environmental Law News, Special Yosemite Commemorative Issue, October 2011. Contains, Rolston, "Civic Law and Natural Value: Enforcing Environmental Ethics," pages 23-28. Plenary Session Address from the 2004 Yosemite Conference on environmental law. Publication of the Environmental Law Section of the State Bar of California.  Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/48102.   The State Bar of California, Environmental Law Section, 180 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 94105-1639. http://environmental.calbar.ca.gov
Originally published in longer version as "Enforcing Environmental Ethics: Civic Law and Natural Value," pages 349-369 in James P. Sterba, ed., Social and Political Philosophy: Contemporary Perspectives (London: Routledge, 2001).

Environmental Professional, The.       The Environmental Professional 9(1987):295-301. Contains Rolston, "Engineers, Butterflies, Worldviews."  Invited article in special issue: "Environmental Science and Values."  There is also an original issue copy in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, filed in 1987. Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39001.

Environmental Professional, The. The Environmental Professional 13(1991):370-377. Contains Rolston, "The Wilderness Idea Reaffirmed."  There is a copy in Rolston, CSU Library paper archives, but no copy in the Rolston Library in Eddy Library.   Also available online at:    http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37206.

Environmental Protection Agency, Science Advisory Board, Valuing the Protection of Ecological Systems and Services. May 2009, Rolston was a member of the Committee on Valuing the Protection of Ecological Systems and Services, which prepared this report.

Environmental Values.       Environmental Values 7(1998):. Contains three critical articles to Rolston's "Feeding People vs. Saving Nature." Also Rolston's response.
(1) Robin Attfield (Philosophy, University of Wales, Cardiff), "Saving Nature, Feeding People and Ethics," pages 291-304.
(2) Andrew Brennan (Philosophy, University of Western Australia), "Poverty, Puritanism and Environmental Conflict," pages 305-331.
(3) Ben A. Minteer (School of Natural Resources, University of Vermont), "No Experience Necessary? Foundationalism and the Retreat from Culture in Environmental Ethics," pages 333-348.
Rolston's response to these three articles is "Saving Nature, Feeding People, and the Foundations of Ethics," pages: 349-357.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37701.

Environmental Values.       Environmental Values 15(2006):307-313. Contains Rolston, "Caring for Nature: What Science and Economics Can't Teach Us but Religion Can."  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37211.

Ethics.        Ethics: An International Journal of Social and Political Philosophy 85(1975):93-109.   Contains Rolston, "Is There an Ecological Ethic?" Reprinted variously. There are also two original issues in Rolston, Colorado State University, paper archives, filed in 1975.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37108.

Ethics.        Ethics: An International Journal of Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy 105 (no. 1, 1994):201-202. Contains Rolston, review of Andrew McLaughlin, Regarding Nature: Industrialism and Deep Ecology (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1993).

Ethics: Ethics: International Journal of Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy 101(1991):907. Contains Rolston, Review of Arne Naess,Ecology, Community and Lifestyle (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1989).

Ethics and the Environment 10(no. 2, 2005): Contains Rolston, "F/Actual Knowing: Putting Facts and Values in Place," pages 137-174. Theme issue on Epistemology and Environmental Philosophy.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37127.

Ethics and the Environment 12 (no. 2, 2007). Contains Rolston, "Critical Issues in Future Environmental Ethics," pages 139-142. In a theme section, "The Future of Environmental Philosophy," fifteen philosophers reflecting on the future of the discipline.

Ferré, Frederick, ed., Concepts of Nature and God (Athens: University of Georgia, Department of Philosophy, 1989). Proceedings of 1987 National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute on Concepts of Nature and God. Contains Rolston "Environment, Nature, and God," co-authored with Jack Weir (Department of Philosophy, Hardin-Simmons University).  Chapter 22, pages 229-240. June-July 1987.  There is also a copy of these proceedings in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, filed in 1989.

Ferré, Frederick and Peter G. Hartel, eds., Ethics and Environmental Policy: Theory Meets Practice (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1994). Contains Rolston, "Winning and Losing in Environmental Ethics," pages 217-234. Keynote address at University of Georgia Conference, "Environmental Ethics: Theory into Practice," April 5-7, 1992.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37702.

Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy (Energy, Environment, and Resources Center, University of Tennessee, Knoxville) 5 (no. 4, Winter, 1990):104. Contains Rolston, "Lack of a Philosophical Touch," review of Daniel B. Botkin, Margriet F. Caswell, John E. Estes, and Angelo A. Orio, eds., Changing the Global Environment: Perspectives on Human Involvement (Boston: Academic Press, Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1989).

Foss, Phillip O., ed., Environment and Colorado: A Handbook, (Fort Collins Colorado: Environmental Resources Center, Colorado State University, 1973). Contains Rolston, "Philosophical Aspects of the Environmental Crisis," pages 41-46. There is a copy in Rolston, Colorado State University, paper archives.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/41107.

Garden      Garden 12, no. 4 (July/August 1988): 2-5, p. 32. Contains Rolston, "In Defense of Ecosystems." Article commissioned by New York Botanical Gardens, in consortium with fourteen botanical gardens around the U. S., for their journal.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/36763.

Garden     Garden 11, no. 4 (July/August 1987): 2-4, 31-32. Contains Rolston, "On Behalf of Bioexuberance." Article commissioned by New York Botanical Gardens, in consortium with fourteen botanical gardens around the U. S., for their journal.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/36767.

Gardiner, Stephen M. and Allen Thompson, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Environmental Ethics (New York, Oxford University Press, 2017). Contains Rolston, “The Anthropocene! Beyond the Natural?” pages 62-73. Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/178714.

George Wright Forum , The.      The George Wright Forum 21(no. 2, June, 2004):69-77. Contains Rolston, "Life and the Nature of Life--in Parks." Originally published in Harmon, David and Allen D. Putney, eds., The Full Value of Parks: From the Economic to the Intangible(Lanham. MD: Rowman and Littlefield).

Gibson, William, ed., Eco-justice: The Unfinished Journey (Albany, NY: State University of New York Press [SUNY], 2004). Contains Rolston, : "Duties to Animals, Plants, Species, and Ecosystems: Challenges for Christians." pages 133-145. This article is a reprint of "Environmental Ethics: Some Challenges for Christians." In Harlan Beckley, ed., The Annual: Society of Christian Ethics (Washington: Georgetown University Press, 1993).

Global Dialogue.        Global Dialogue (Centre for World Dialogue, Nicosia, Cyprus) 4(no. 1, 2002:103-113. Contains Rolston, "Justifying Sustainable Development: A Continuing Ethical Search."  Also available at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37109.

Golshani, Mehdi ed., Can Science Dispense with Religion, 3rd ed. (Tehran, Iran: Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies [IHCS], 2004). Contains Rolston, "Can Science Dispense with Religion?" pages 315-326.

Gottlieb, Roger S., ed., The Ecological Community (London: Routledge, 1997). Contains Rolston, "Feeding People versus Saving Nature," pages 208-225. Originally published in William Aiken and Hugh LaFollette, eds., World Hunger and Morality, 2nd ed. (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1996),

Gottlieb, Roger S., ed., The Oxford Handbook of Religion and Ecology (New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006). Contains Rolston, "Science and Religion in the Face of the Environmental Crisis," pages 376-397.  Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37195.

Goudie, Andrew S., Editor in Chief, Encyclopedia of Global Change, 2 vols (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002). Contains Rolston, "Environmental Bioethics," vol. 1, pp. 399-401.

Gregersen, Niels Henrik, ed, Incarnation: On the Scope and Depth of Christology (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2015). Contains Rolston, “Divine Presence-Causal, Cybernetic, Caring, Cruciform: From Information to Incarnation,” pages 255-287.

Groom, Martha J., Gary K. Meffe, and C. Ronald Carroll, Principles of Conservation Biology, 3rd ed. (Sunderland, MA: Sinauer and Associates, 2006). Contains Rolston, "Our Duties to Endangered Species," invited box essay, pages 116-117.  Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/40514.

Gruen, Lori, and Dale Jamieson, eds., Reflecting on Nature: Readings in Environmental Philosophy (New York: Oxford University Press, 1994), Contains Rolston, "Environmental Ethics: Values in and Duties to the Natural World," pp. 65--84. Originally published in F. Herbert Bormann, and Stephen R. Kellert, Ecology, Economics, Ethics: The Broken Circle (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1991),
Also contains Rolston, "The Wilderness Idea Reaffirmed," pages 265-278. Originally in Environmental Professional 13(1991):370-377.

Gruen, Lori, Dale Jamieson, and Christopher Schlottmann, eds., Reflecting on Nature: Readings in Environmental Ethics and Philosophy, 2nd ed. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2013).  Contains, "Biodiversity," pages 244-255, reprinted from "Biodiversity and Endangered Species," in Dale Jamieson, ed., A Companion to Environmental Philosophy (Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2001, 2003), pp. 402-415.<

Guerrant, Edward O., Jr., Kathy Havens, and Mike Maunder, eds. Ex Situ Plant Conservtion: Supporting Species in the Wild. Society for Ecological Restoration International and Center for Plant Conservation. Washington, DC: Island Press, 2004. Contains Rolston, "In Situ and Ex Situ Conservation: Philosophical and Ethical Concerns," pages 21-39.  Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39090.

Haag, James W., Gregory R. Peterson, and Michael L. Spezio, eds., The Routledge Companion to Religion and Science (London: Routledge, 2012). Contains Rolston, "Suffering through to Something Higher," pages 248-258.

Hakala, Kirsi, ed., Suo on kaunis (The Aesthetics of Bogs and Peatlands ). (Helsinki: Maahenki Oy, 1999). ISBN 952-5328-01-5. Contains Rolston, "Soiden estethkan ekologinen perusta (Aesthetics in the Swamps)", in Finnish, pages 43-57.  Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37209.  Lecture given at Third International Conference on Environmental Aesthetics, Ilomantsi, Finland, June 3-6, 1998.  Published in English as "Aesthetics in the Swamps," Perspectives in Biology and Medicine (University of Chicago; Johns Hopkins University) 43(2000):584-597.

Hamilton, Lawrence S., ed., Ethics, Religion and Biodiversity (Cambridge, England: The White Horse Press, 1993). Contains Rolston, "Creation: God and Endangered Species," pages 40-64.
Also published in Ke Chung Kim and Robert D. Weaver, eds., Biodiversity and Landscapes (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1994).

Hargrove, Eugene C., ed., Beyond Spaceship Earth: Environmental Ethics and the Solar System (San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 1986). Contains Rolston, "The Preservation of Natural Value in the Solar System," pages 140-182. Originally presented at conference on "Environmental Ethics and the Solar System," June 5-8, 1985, University of Georgia, Athens, and sponsored by EVIST, National Science Foundation, and the Planetary Society.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37453.

Harmon, David and Allen D. Putney, eds., The Full Value of Parks: From the Economic to the Intangible. Lanham. MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2003. Contains Rolston, "Life and the Nature of Life--in Parks," pages 103-113. A sourcebook for the Fifth World Parks Congress, IUCN, Durban, South Africa, September 2003.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37178.

Harper, Charles L. Jr., ed, Spiritual Information: 100 Perspectives on Science and Religion (Philadelphia: Templeton Foundation Press, 2005). Contains, Rolston, "Planetary Spiritual (In)formation: From Biological to Religious Evolution," pages 330-336.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37441.

Harvard Law and Policy Review.       Harvard Law and Policy Review 4(2010):121-148. Contains Rolston, "Saving Creation: Faith Shaping Environmental Policy."  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37706.

Heaf, David, and Johannes Wirz, eds., Genetic Engineering and the Intrinsic Value and Integrity of Plants and Animals, Proceedings of a Workshop at the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, UK. (Dornach, Switzerland: Ifgene, International Forum for Genetic Engineering, 2002). Contains Rolston, "What Do We Mean by the Intrinsic Value and Integrity of Plants and Animals?" pages 5-10. Keynote address at the conference.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39371.

Hermann, Robert L., Sir John Templeton: Supporting Scientific Research for Spiritual Discoveries, revised edition. Philadelphia and London: Templeton Foundation Press, 2004. Contains items on Rolston, page 159, pages 182-183, page 262.

Hessel, Dieter T., ed., After Nature's Revolt: Eco-justice and Theology (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1992). Contains Rolston, "Wildlife and Wildlands: A Christian Perspective," pages 122-143. Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37199.    First published in Church and Society 80 (no. 4, March/April 1990):16-40.

Hessel, Dieter T., ed.,生态公益:对大地返朴的信仰反省,  Shengtai gongyi: Dui dadi fanpuide xinyang fanxing [After Nature's Revolt: Eco-justice and Theology] (Taiwan: Diqiuri Chubanshe, 1997). Contains Rolston, 野生動物與荒野地—基督教的觀點, "Wildlife and Wildlands: A Christian Perspective," translated into Chinese, pages 233-265. Translated by Text Committee of the Taiwan Ecological Theology Center. ISBN 0-8006-2532-3.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37698.

Hinman, Lawrence H., ed., Contemporary Moral Issues: Diversity and Consensus, 2nd ed. (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2000). Contains Rolston, "Challenges in Environmental Ethics," pages 587-604. Originally published in Michael E. Zimmerman, J. Baird Callicott, George Sessions, Karen J. Warren, and John Clark, eds., Environmental Philosophy: From Animal Rights to Radical Ecology(Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1993).

Hinman, Lawrence H., ed., Contemporary Moral Issues: Diversity and Consensus, 3rd. ed., Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2005. Contains Rolston, "Challenges in Environmental Ethics," pages 427-443.

Holbrook, J. Britt, and Carl Mitcham, eds., Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics: A Global Resource, 2nd edn. (Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA, Cengage Learning, 2015). Contains, Rolston, "Ecology," vol. 2, pp. 27-31. There is no copy of the encyclopedia in the Rolston library, but the article is online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/86381. For the first edition see under Mitcham, Carl.

Huanjing yu Shehui (Environment and Society) 环境与社会  Huanjing yu Shehui (Environment and Society) 1(no. 1, 1998).      Contains Rolston, 自然中的价值是主观的还是客观的? [Zi ran zhong de jia zhi shi zhu guan de hai shi ke guan de?]   [Are Values in Nature Subjective or Objective?]  环境与社会 [Environment and Society] 1, no. 1 (1998): 49-55, first half; 2, no. 1 (1999): 53-57, second half.  Text in Chinese.  Translators: Liu Er, Ye Ping.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37697.
This article was originally published in Robert Elliot and Arran Gare, Environmental Philosophy (St. Lucia, New York, London: University of Queensland Press and University Park, PA and London: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1983.

Huanjing yu Shehui (Environment and Society) 环境与社会. Huanjing yu Shehui (Environment and Society) 2(no. 2, 1999):48-55.  Contains Rolston, translated  by Li Shili into Chinese, 环境保护与公平的国际秩序, "Environmental Protection and an Equitable International Order." Available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/79530.   There is an original offprint in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, filed in 1999. This article was originally published in Business Ethics Quarterly 5(1995):735-752.

Huanjing yu Shehui (Environment and Society) 2 (no. 4, December 1999), pages 54-61.    Contains Rolston, “Lake Solitude,” reprinted, translated into Chinese by Liu Er, in with copy of the Chinese journal issue in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, filed in 1999.   There is a copy of the original issue in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, filed in 1999, but no copy in the Rolston Library in the Eddy Library.  This was originally published as: "Lake Solitude: The Individual in Wildness," Main Currents in Modern Thought 31(1975):121-126.

Hubei University, Hubei Center for Morality and Civilization, 价值论与伦理学研究 Jiazhilun yu lunlixue yanjiu (Axiology and Ethics)(Beijing: Chinese Social Science Publishing Co, 2009). ISBN 978-7-5004-7967-3.  Contains Rolston, "From Beauty to Duty: Aesthetics of Nature and Environmental Ethics," reprinted, translated by 赵红梅 Zhao, Hongmei into Chinese, "从美到责任:自然的美学与环境伦理学Cong mei dao zeren: ziran de meixue yu huanjing lunlixue (From Beauty to Responsibility: Natural Beauty and Environmental Ethics)”.  Pages 24-40.   Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37203.   Originally published in Arnold Berleant, ed., Environment and the Arts: Perspectives on Environmental Aesthetics (Aldershot, Hampshire and Burlington, VT: UK: Ashgate Publishing, 2002).

Hugur.        Hugur 17(2005), pages 12-26. "Eigingildi í náttúrunni -- heimspeki á villigötum?" (in Icelandic) ["Intrinsic Value in Nature -- A Philosophy Gone Wild?"]. Interview by Thorvardur Arnason with Holmes Rolston, III. Hugur is an annual, the only Icelandic periodical that is solely dedicated to philosophy. This interview took place while Rolston was a featured speaker at the conference: "Nature in the Kingdom of Ends," Selfoss, Iceland, 2005.
This interivew is online digital in Icelandic, with an English translation at the end:
CSU Library Digital Archves: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37730.
Abstract: Ethics has been constantly becoming more inclusive, and that ought to encompass the larger community of life on Earth. Values are present in living organisms, independently of humans. Iceland has more opportunity for protecting a larger proportion of its landscape as wild nature than does the United States, or other more temperate nations. Rolston finds the Iceland environment challenging, in some ways recalling the challenges he faced in Antarctica.

Human Dimensions in Wildlife    Human Dimensions in Wildlife, 8, no. 2 (Spring 1989): 6-8.  Contains Rolston, "The Nonhuman Dimensions in Wildlife."  There are two copies of the original issue in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, filed in 1989, but there is no copy in the Rolston Library in the Eddy Library.

Iliff Review, The.     The Iliff Review
30(1973):3-14 (Iliff Theological Seminary, Denver). Contains Rolston, "Community: Ecological and Ecumenical." Analysis of the inter-relations of theology and ecology.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/40509.

Illahee: Journal for the Northwest Environment 11 (nos. 1 & 2, 1995):94-98. Contains Rolston, "Using Water Naturally." This is a short version adapted from "Using Water Naturally," Natural Resources Law Center, University of Colorado, Western Water Policy Project, Discussion Series Paper No. 9, 1991 (with copy of the UC Law Water Policy issue in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, filed in 1991).  The Illahee paper is also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/48101.

Inquiry.      Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy and the Social Sciences 26(1983):181-207. Contains Rolston, "Values Gone Wild."   Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/36764.
Reprinted in Susan Armstrong and Richard Botzler, eds., Environmental Ethics: Convergence and Divergence (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1993).

International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education (International Geographical Union, Channel View Publications, Clevedon, UK) 11(no. 1, 2002):76-79. Contains (in part) Rolston, "Enforcing Environmental Ethics: Civic Law and Natural Value." Originally published in James P. Sterba, ed., Social and Political Philosophy: Contemporary Perspectives. London: Routledge, 2001.

Interpretation: Journal of Bible and Theology         Interpretation: Journal of Bible and Theology 50(1996):16-26.  Contains Rolston, "The Bible and Ecology."  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/35682.

Interpretation: Journal of Bible and Theology.       Interpretation: Journal of Bible and Theology 48(1994):188-190.  Contains Rolston, Review of Rosemary Radford Reuther, Gaia and God: An Ecofeminist Theology of Earth Healing (San Francisco: Harper/Collins, 1992).

Jamieson, Dale, ed., Singer and His Critics (Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishers, 1999). Contains Rolston, "Respect for Life: Counting What Singer Finds of No Account." Pages 247-268.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39000.

Jamieson, Dale. ed., A Companion to Environmental Philosophy (Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2001). Contains Rolston, "Biodiversity," pages 402-415.

Journal for Preachers       JP Journal for Preachers 32(no. 3, 2009):25-32. Contains Rolston, "Creation and Resurrection."  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37745.

Journal for Preachers       JP Journal for Preachers 34(no. 4, 2011):39-46. Contains Rolston, "Preaching on the Wonder of Creation."  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/45061.

Journal for Preachers       JP Journal for Preachers 23 (no. 4, 2000):25-32. Contains Rolston, "Preaching on the Environment."  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37204.

Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture. Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture 9(no. 2, 2015):199-205. Contains Rolston. “Placing, Displacing, Replacing the Sacred: Science, Religion, and Spirituality.” This is a reply to a target article in this issue by Lisa Sideris, “Science as Sacred Myth? Ecospirituality in the Anthropcene Age.” Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/171441.

 Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism . Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 56(1998):157-166. Contains Rolston, "Aesthetic Experience in Forests." Invited address at The Aesthetics of the Forest, Second International Conference on Landscape Aesthetics, Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland, June 10-13, 1996.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/35650.

Journal of Catholic Social Thought Journal of Catholic Social Thought 4(no. 2, 2007):293-312. Contains Rolston, "Ecology: A Primer for Christian Ethics."  Also available online at:   http://hdl.handle.net/10217/36771.

Journal of Forestry.    Journal of Forestry 89(no. 4, 1991):35-40.  Contains Rolston, "A Forest Ethic and Multivalue Forest Management," co-authored with James Coufal, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, State University of New York, Syracuse.  There is a copy in Rolston, Colorado State University Library paper archives, but no copy in the Rolston Library in the Eddy Library.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37606.

Journal of Medicine and Philosophy.   Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 7(1982):337-354. Contains Rolston, "The Irreversibly Comatose: Respect for the Subhuman in Human Life."  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/70412.

Journal of the American Academy of Religion. Journal of the American Academy of Religion 72(2004):800-802. Review, David Sloan Wilson, Darwin's Cathedral: Evolution, Religion, and the Nature of Society (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2002).

Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association.    Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 200(1992):618-622.   Contains Rolston, "Ethical Responsibilities toward Wildlife."  There is a copy in Rolston, CSU Library paper archives, but no copy in the Rolston Library in the Eddy Library.  Also available online at:
http://hdl.handle.net/10217/40512.

Karnos, David D., and Robert G. Shoemaker, eds., Falling in Love with Wisdom: American Philosophers Talk About Their Calling (New York: Oxford University Press, 1993). Contains Rolston, "A Philosopher Gone Wild," biographical feature, pp. 184-187.

Kaufman, Frederick A., Foundations of Environmental Philosophy: A Text with Readings (Boston: McGraw Hill, 2003). Contains Rolston, "Duties to Endangered Species" pp. 67-73. Originally published in BioScience 35(1985):718-726.

Keller, David R., ed., Environmental Ethics: The Big Questions (Chichester, West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010). Contains Rolston, "Value in Nature and the Nature of Value." pages 130-137. Originally published in Robin Attfield and Andrew Belsey, eds.,Philosophy and the Natural Environment (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994).
Also contains Rolston, "The Future of Environmental Ethics," pages 561-574. Online in another version at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37107.
Also contains Rolston, "Why Study Environmental Ethics?" pages 40-41. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/79015.

Kellert, Stephen R., and Edward O. Wilson, eds., The Biophilia Hypothesis: A Theoretical and Empirical Inquiry (Washington: Island Press, 1993). Contains Rolston, "Biophilia, Selfish Genes, Shared Values," pages 381-414.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39367.

Kelly, Michael, ed., Encyclopedia of Aesthetics. 5 volumes. (New York: Oxford University Press, 1998). Contains Rolston, "Landscape from Eighteenth Century to the Present." Volume 3, pages 93-99. Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/89530. This encyclopedia was revised in 2014. There is no copy of the second edition in the Rolston library, but his revised article is online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/89531.

Kim, Ke Chung, and Robert D. Weaver, eds., Biodiversity and Landscapes (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1994). Contains Rolston, "Creation: God and Endangered Species," pages 47-60.
Also published in Lawrence S. Hamilton, ed., Ethics, Religion and Biodiversity (Cambridge, England: The White     Horse Press, 1993), pages 40-64.

Klein, Kathleen C., ed., Seeking an Integrated Approach to Watershed Management in the South Platte Basin (Fort Collins, CO: Colorado Water Resources Research Institute, Colorado State University, 1993). Contains Rolston, "Using Water Naturally," pp. 3-8.
This is a short version adapted from "Using Water Naturally," Natural Resources Law Center, University of Colorado, Western Water Policy Project, Discussion Series Paper No. 9, 1991.

Knight, Richard L., and Sara F. Bates, eds., A New Century for Natural Resources Management (Washington, DC: Island Press, 1995). Contains Rolston, "Global Environmental Ethics: A Valuable Earth," pages 349-366.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39374.

Kohák, Erazim, The Green Halo: A Bird's Eye View of Ecological Ethics (Chicago: Open Court, 2000).  Contains "Foreword" by Holmes Rolston, pages xv-xvii.

Kohm, Kathryn A. ed., Balancing on the Brink of Extinction: The Endangered Species Act and Lessons for the Future (Washington, D. C.: Island Press, 1991). Contains Rolston, "Life in Jeopardy on Private Property," pages 43-61.

Kopnina, Helen and Eleanor Shoreman-Ouimet, eds., Sustainability: Key Issues (New York: Routledge, Earthscan, 2015),   Contains Rolston, “Environmental Ethics for Tomorrow: Sustaining the Biosphere,” pages 347-358. Available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/171442.

Kopnina, Helen and Eleanor Shoreman-Ouimet, eds., Routledge Handbook of Environmental Anthropology. London: Routledge. Earthscan, 2017. Contains Rolston, “Environmental Ethics and Environmental Anthropology,” pages 276-287. Available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/178141.

Korean Society for the Study of Environmental Philosophy.    Hwan Kyong Ch'ol Hak (Environmental Philosophy) (Official Journal of the Korean Society for the Study of Environmental Philosophy), vol. 3, 2004. Contains "The Philosophy Department of Colorado State University and Professor Holmes Rolston III," by Kim, Sung Jin, pages 129-148.

Krebs, Angelika, ed., Naturethik. Grundtexte der gegenwärtigen tier- und ökoethischen Diskussion (Ethics of Nature: Fundamental Texts Discussing Contemporary Animal and Ecological Ethics) (Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1997). Contains Rolston, translated into German, "Werte in der Natur und die Natur der Werte [Value in Nature and the Nature of Value]" pages 247-270. ISBN 3-518-28862-8.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37450.  Originally published in Robin Attfield and Andrew Belsey, eds., Philosophy and the Natural Environment (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994).

Kwiatkowska, Teresa, and Jorge Issa, eds, Los caminos de la ética ambiental (The Ways of Environmental Ethics) (C.P. 06470, Mexico, D.F.: Plaza y Valdés Editores, 1998). Contains Rolston, "Environmental Ethics: Values in and Duties to the Natural World." translated into Spanish, as "Ética ambiental: Valores y deberes en el mundo natural," pages 293-317. Originally published in In F. Herbert Bormann, and Stephen R. Kellert, Ecology, Economics, Ethics: The Broken Circle (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1991).

LaFollette, Hugh, ed., Ethics in Practice: An Anthology (Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, Ltd., 1997). Contains Rolston, "Feeding People vs. Saving Nature," pages 619-630. This article was first published here.  Available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37604.

LaFollette, Hugh, ed., Ethics in Practice: An Anthology 4th edition (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, Ltd, 2014), pages 583-591.

LaFollette, Hugh, ed., The International Encyclopedia of Ethics(Bognor Regis, West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013).    Contains "Species, Value of," pages 4972-4980.  Offprint available in Rolston Library in Eddy Library. The article is also on online.

LaFollette, Hugh, ed., Ethics in Practice: An Anthology, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, Ltd., 2002), Contains Rolston, "Feeding People vs. Saving Nature," pages 621-630.  Available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37604.

LaFollette, Hugh, ed., The International Encyclopedia of Ethics (Bognor Regis, West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013).    Contains "Species, Value of," pages 4972-4980.   Not in Rolston Library in Eddy Library. The article is also online.

Lee, Jack, ed., Sustainability and Quality of Life. Palo Alto, CA: Ria University Press, 2010. Distributed by Ingram. ISBN 978-0-9743472-1-9. Contains Rolston, "Sustainable Development and Sustainable Biosphere." pages 91-101.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/40516.  Originally a lecture given at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Annual Meeting, 2009, Chicago: Our Planet and Its Life: Origins and Futures.

Lemons, John. ed., Readings from The Environmental Profesional: Natural Resources (Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Science Publishers, 1995). Contains Rolston, "The Wilderness Idea Reaffirmed," pages 108-115. Originally in Environmental Professional 13(1991):370-377

Light, Andrew, and Holmes Rolston III, eds., Environmental Ethics: An Anthology. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers Ltd., 2003.    Anthology of forty articles.  Description, covers, book summary, online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37693.

Light, Andrew, and Jonathan M. Smith, eds., Philosophy and Geography III: Philosophies of Place. (Lanham, MD: Roman and Littlefield, 1998). Contains Rolston, "Down to Earth: Persons in Place in Natural History," pages 285-296.

List, Peter C., ed., Environmental Ethics and Forestry: A Reader (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2000), Contains Rolston, "Values Deep in the Woods: The Hard-to-Measure Benefits of Forest Preservation," pages 75-79. Originally published in American Forests94, nos. 5 & 6 (May/June 1988:33, 66-69).
Also contains Rolston, "A Forest Ethic and Multivalue Forest Management," pages 189-195. co-authored with James Coufal, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, State University of New York, Syracuse Published originally in Journal of Forestry89(no. 4, 1991):35-40.  Also online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37606.

Liu, Yuedi, 刘悅笛, Bo Lin Te, 伯林特, editor/translators, 环境與艺术:环境美学的多维视角 Huan jing yu yi shu: Huan jing mei xue de duo wei shi jiao, (Chinese translation of: Arnold Berleant, ed., Environment and the Arts: Perspectives on Environmental Aesthetics): Chongqing : Chongqing chu ban she (Chongquing Publishing House), 2007. ISBN: 978-7-5366-8509. Contains Rolston, in Chinese translation, 从美到责任:自然美学和环境伦理学 "From Beauty to Duty: Aesthetics of Nature and Environmental Ethics," pages 151-169. Also in electronic form: an Apabi e-book.

Lombardo, Carlo Enrico, student at Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium. Paper in English: “Values and Information in Rolston’s Environmental Ethics.” 15 pages. 2013. Faculty Mentor: Ullrich Melle.

MacKinnon, Barbara. Ethics: Theory and Contemporary Issues, 2nd ed., (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co., 1998). Text with readings. Contains Rolston, "Humans Valuing the Natural Environment," pages 331-341. Reprinted from Rolston, Environmental Ethics, chapter 1, pages 1-25.

MacKinnon, Barbara, Ethics: Theory and Contemporary Issues, 3rd ed., (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co., 2001). Text, with readings. Contains Rolston, "Humans Valuing the Natural Environment," pages 372-382.

MacKinnon, Barbara, Ethics: Theory and Contemporary Issues, 4th ed., (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co., Thomson Learning, 2004). Text, with readings. Contains Rolston, "Humans Valuing the Natural Environment," pages 349-359.

Main Currents in Modern Thought. Main Currents in Modern Thought 31(1975):121-126. Contains Rolston, "Lake Solitude: The Individual in Wildness."  Also published in Rolston, Philosophy Gone Wild.  Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37105.

Main Currents in Modern Thought. Main Currents in Modern Thought 27(1971):79-83. Contains Rolston, "Hewn and Cleft from this Rock: Meditation at the Precambrian Contact," Also published in Rolston, Philosophy Gone Wild.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37104.

MacLean, Todd E., ed., Global Chorus: 365 Voices on the Future of the Planet (Toronto: Rocky Mountain Books, 2014). Contains Rolston short entry, untitled (June 7), p. 179. We live at a change of epochs, a hinge point of history. We have entered the first century in the 45 million centuries of life on Earth in which one species can jeopardize the planet’s future. The ultimate unite of moral concern is the ultimate survival unit: this wonderland biosphere. We do not want a denatured life on a denatured planet. Available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/89529.

Marietta, Don E., Jr., For People and the Planet: Holism and Humanism in Environmental Ethics (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1995). Contains Rolston, "Foreword." pages ix-xii.

Maryville Symposium.        The Maryville Symposium: Conversations on Faith and the Liberal Arts (Maryville College, Maryville, Tennessee), volume 2, 2008. Contains Rolston, "Caring for Nature: From Respect to Reverence," Discerning a Moral Environmental Ethic, pages 5-25. With responses by Drew Crain, Biology, Maryville College, and D. Brian Austin, Philosophy, Carson-Newman College. Revised and shortened from Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 39(no. 2, 2004):277-302.

Meffe, Gary K., and C. Ronald Carroll, eds., Principles of Conservation Biology (Sunderland, MA: Sinauer and Associates, 1994). Contains Rolston, "Our Duties to Endangered Species," invited box essay in pages 30-31.  Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/40514

Meffe, Gary K. and C. Ronald Carroll, eds., Principles of Conservation Biology, 2nd ed. (Sunderland, MA: Sinauer and Associates, 1997). Contains Rolston, "Our Duties to Endangered Species," pages 35-36.

Also in 3rd edition: Groom, Martha J., Gary K. Meffe, and C. Ronald Carroll, Principles of Conservation Biology, 3rd ed. (Sunderland, MA: Sinauer and Associates, 2006). See that entry.

Miller, Fred D. Jr., and Thomas W. Attig, eds., Understanding Human Emotions (Bowling Green, Ohio: Bowling Green State University Studies in Applied Philosophy, 1979), volume 1. Contains Rolston, "Nature and Human Emotions," pages 89-96.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37197.

Minckley, W. L., and James E. Deacon, eds., Battle Against Extinction: Native Fish Management in the American West, an anthology of the Desert Fishes Council (Tuscon: University of Arizona Press, 1991). Contains Rolston, "Fishes in the Desert--Paradox and Responsibility," pages 93-108.   Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37194.

Minteer, Ben A.. ed., Nature in Common: Environmental Ethics and the Contested Foundations of Environmental Policy (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2009). Contains Rolston, "Converging versus Reconstituting Environmental Ethics," pages 97-117. Evaluation of Bryan G. Norton's "convergence hypothesis."  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37187.

Minteer, Ben A., and Stephen J. Pyne, eds., After Preservation: Saving American Nature in the Age of Humans (University of Chicago Press, 2015). Contains Rolston, "After Preservation? Dynamic Nature in the Anthropocene" pages 32-40, 202-203. We have entered the first century in 45 million centuries of life on Earth in which one species can jeopardize the planet's future. We need to figure, perhaps re-figure conservation in this novel future in which we celebrate a new epoch and name it after ourselves. Available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/89528.

Molnar, Laszlo [Molnár, László], ed., Környezeti etika [Environmental Ethics], 1996. Anthology in manuscript form. In Hungarian. Contains Rolston, "Van-e környezeti etika? [Is there an ecological ethic?]." Molnar taught environmental ethics in Budapest in Hungary for a number of years. He prepared an anthology for his classes, and translated "Is There an Ecological Ethic?" and put it in his manuscript anthology. This is not a published work.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/48076. This article was originally published in Ethics: An International Journal of Social and Political Philosophy 85(1975):93-109.

Monist, The.     The Monist 75, no. 2, pp. 250-278.  Contains Rolston, "Disvalues in Nature."   Special issue on "The Intrinsic Value of Nature."  This is also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/36773.  There is also a copy in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives.

Moore, Kathleen Dean, and Michael P. Nelson, eds., Moral Ground: Ethical Action for a Planet in Peril (San Antonio: Trinity University Press, 2010). Contains Rolston, "A Hinge Point of History," pages 70-74.  Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/48075.

Musser, Donald W., and Joseph L. Price, eds., The New Handbook of Christian Theology (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1992), Contains entry, Rolston, "Science and Christianity," pages 430-432.

Musser, Donald W., and Joseph L. Price, eds., New and Enlarged Handbook of Christian Theology (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2003). Contains revised entry, Rolston, "Science and Christianity," pages 450-454.

Natur und Kultur: Natur und Kultur : Transdisziplinäre Zeitschrift für ökologische Nachhaltigkeit 6/2 (2005):93-112. Contains Rolston, "Umwelt-Tugendethik: Die halbe Warheit - Sie für das Ganze zu halten, ist aber gefährlich (Environmental Virtue Ethics: Half the Truth but Dangerous as a Whole)." German translation available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/41098.   Originally published in Ronald Sandler and Philip Cafaro, eds., Environmental Virtue Ethics (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2005).

Natur und Kultur: Natur und Kultur: Transdisziplinäre Zeitschrift für ökologische Nachhaltigkeit 7(no. 2, 2006):24-40. Chapters 6 and 7 of Rolston, Conserving Natural Value (1994), translated into German: "Eine Ethik für den gesamten Planten: Gedanken über den Eigenwert der Natur."  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/41097.

Natur und Kultur: Natur und Kultur: Transdisziplinäre Zeitschrift für ökologische Nachhaltigkeit 2(no. 1, 2001):97-116. Offprint. Contains Rolston, "Das berücksichtigen, was Singer als belanglos ansieht (Respect for Life: Counting What Singer Finds of No Account)."  Also available online as:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/41099.  Originally published in Dale Jamieson, ed., Singer and His Critics(Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishers, 1999).



Natural History Articles

"Bristolian Shoots Rapids on America's Wildest River," Bristol Herald Courier (Bristol, Va. and Tenn.), Sunday, Aug. 27, 1967, sec. A, page 5A.   http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39366.   Rolston's account of a river run through the Grand Canyon, Lee's Ferry to Lake Mead, July 27-August 5, 1967. There is an original copy of the newspaper in Rolston, CSU Library, paper archives, filed under 1967.
"Call of the Wild: African Safari a Mix of Intrigue, Adventure, and Survival," Fort Collins Coloradoan, October 30, 1999, pages D8, D7. http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37333.  Report on trip to Botswana, environmental conservation and biodiversity, May-June 1999.

"Exploring the Great Migration of the Serengeti," Fort Collins Coloradoan, June 3, 2007, page E4.  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37330.  Report on trip to see the wildebeest migration in the Serengeti, Tanzania. a.

"Galapagos: Following in Darwin's Footsteps," Fort Collins Coloradoan, June 1, 2008, page E4, p. E3.http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37331.    Report on trip to the Galapagos Islands.

"Komodo Dragons Highlight Indonesia Adventure," Fort Collins Coloradoan, November 6, 2011, p. C8. http://hdl.handle.net/10217/46012.   Rolston account of a September 2011 trip to see Komodo dragons in the wild, on Komodo and Rinca Islands, Indonesia.

"Madagascar Offers Rare Experience," Fort Collins Coloradoan, November 28, 2010, Xplore section, pages 14-15. http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39372.  Rolston's account of a trip to Madagascar in October 2010.

"Great Dismal Swamp is not a Dismal Place At All," Fort Collins Coloradoan, September 29, 2013, p. C11.http://hdl.handle.net/10217/80604.  Paddling the Great Dismal Swamp along a "ditch" (canal) dug by the slaves of George Washington, in southeastern Virginia. Lake Drummond, natural and cultural history, folklore, biodiversity in the swamp, first settlers.

"The Yangtze’s Peril, Promise. Monster Dam, Killer River." Fort Collins Coloradoan, August 20, 2015, pp. 1C, 3C. The Three Gorges Dam is, by most counts, the largest dam in the world, 1.3 miles wide, and impounds more water than any other dam, creating a lake 400 miles long, about the length of Lake Superior. Three scenic wild gorges were drowned. The Yangtze River flood in 1931 killed 3.7 million The dam is built to withstand a scale 7 earthquake, and there is uncertainty about the likelihood of an earthquake . The Communists envision call an “ecological civilization,” although there is an omnipresent grey haze from pollution resulting from development. Three Gorges is a perfect model for Communist glory in heroic labor. This masterpiece of human construction has replaced and tamed three gorges, masterpieces of nature. There is no copy in the Rolston Library, but the article is online.
http://hdl.handle.net/10217/167459
There is a paper copy in the Rolston paper archives.

"Wild Horses, Vast Desert," Fort Collins Coloradoan, October 9, 2014, Xplore section, p. C1, C4. http://hdl.handle.net/10217/86382.  Rolston travels to Mongolia to see Przewalski's horses, or takhi, the only truly wild horse, never domesticated, once extinct in the wild, and now restored to the Mongolian landscape from horses that were captive in European zoos.

"Mystery and Majesty in Washington County," Virginia Wildlife 29(11): 6-7, 22-24, November, 1968. http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39370.  Rolston’s accounts exploring fauna, flora, and natural history in Washington County, Southwestern Virginia, during a decade of residence there, 1960s. There are also two original copies of the original issue of Virgininia Wildlife in Rolston, CSU Library, paper archives, filed under 1968.   Reprinted in Philosophy Gone Wild.

"Nature of the Beast: In Uganda People and Primates Face Unique Struggles," Fort Collins Coloradoan, December 7, 2003. Page G4.http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37332.  Report on trip to Uganda: gorilla and chimpanzee conservation and development.

"Nepal: Sublime Surrounds Simple Life," Fort Collins Coloradoan, March 28, 1998, p. D10, D9. http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37329.    Report on trip to Nepal, environmental conservation, and human development, 1998.

"Save Poudre as Signature of Eternity," Fort Collins Coloradoan, January 18, 1984, page A4. http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37435.   Advocating saving the Poudre River, northern Colorado, as wild and scenic, against development and dams for irrigation and residential water.

"September Hawking on Clinch Mountain" Virginia Wildlife 25(9):9, 21-22, September, 1964.   http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39369.    Fall raptor migrations observed from Clinch Mountain, Washington County, Virginia, late 1950s, early 1960s. There is also an original copy of this issue of Virginia Wildlife in Rolston, paper archives, filed under 1964.

"Siberia: Beautiful, Bleak, Full of Uncertainty," Fort Collins Coloradoan, July 26, 1997, pages D8, D7. http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37334.  Report on a trip to Siberia and Lake Baikal, with a focus on conservation biology, led by Russian scientists, and sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

"The Coldest Place on Earth: Forbidding, Foreboding Antarctica Shrouded in Ice and Mystery," Fort Collins Coloradoan, June 24, 2000, pages D10, D8.  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37327.   Report on trip to Antarctica, environmental conservation, January-February, 2000.

"Searching for Tigers in India," Fort Collins Coloradoan, April 28, 2013, p. C8, p. C11. http://hdl.handle.net/10217/79013. Rolston spots two tigers in the wild, one in Ranthambore National Park, one in Kanha National Park in India. Other wildlife seen: leopard, cheetal, sambar, barasinga, nilgai, gaur, wild pigs, jackals, Sarus cranes, bar-headed geese. Conservation of tigers in India.

"The Pasqueflower" Natural History (Magazine of the American Museum of Natural History) 88 (no. 4, April 1979): 6-16.http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37703.   Philosophical reflection on the pasqueflower, an early spring wildflower, as a floral sign of natural meaning. There is a copy of the original issue of Natural History in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper files, filed in 1979.
Also reprinted in Philosophy Gone Wild.  Reprinted in Wilderness, vol. 29, no. 30, July 1990 (South Africa, Wilderness Leadership School), pp. 5-7.  Reprinted, translated into Chinese, 逾越節之花 , "Yu-Yueh-Chieh chih Hua" in Tzu-mei Chen, ed., 環境倫理學入門,Introduction to Environmental Ethics (Huan-Jing Luun-Li-Shei Ru-Men) (Tapei: Taiwan Ecological Stewardship Association, 2007), pages 192-200. ISBN 978-986-84047-0-0.

"The Spring Bear Hunt Isn't Fair. End it," The Denver Post, Sunday, May 6, 1990, sec. H, page 1.http://hdl.handle.net/10217/35656.    Article arguing against spring bear hunting in the state of Colorado.

"We Should Preserve our Western Skyline," Fort Collins Coloradoan, April 18, 1981, sec. A, page A6.http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37434.    Advocating saving Horsetooth Mountain, just west of Fort Collins, Colorado, as a county park, with a referendum for sales tax increase enabling purchase of land owned by a farmer and threatened by development.

"Wolves Pack in Entertainment," Fort Collins Coloradoan, April 10, 2011. Xplore section, pages 14-15.http://hdl.handle.net/10217/41093.   Account of tracking and watching wolves in Yellowstone National Park, March 2011.

"Wolves Resuming their Rightful Place in our Ecosystem," Fort Collins Coloradoan, March 24, 1996. Page E3.
http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37328.    Commentary on seeing the recently re-introduced Yellowstone wolves in the wild.

"Pipeline Will Degrade Land that We Love," The News Leader (Staunton, Virginia), August 2, 2015. Page 5B. A proposed natural gas pipeline running through the Valley of Virginia and Rolston’s ancestral landscape raises concerns about scarring and degrading a much-loved landscape, also about the safety of a huge steel pipeline in limestone country with many caves and sinkholes. The plans of Dominion Resources, who wish to build the line, will degrade the Old Dominion. There is no copy in the Rolston Library, but the article is online:
http://hdl.handle.net/10217/167565
There is a paper copy in the Rolston paper archives.


End of Natural History articles listing.


Natural History.   Natural History (Magazine of the American Museum of Natural History) 88 (no. 4, April 1979): 6-16. Contains Rolston, "The Pasqueflower." Philosophical reflection on the pasqueflower as a floral sign of natural meaning.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37703.

New Messenger - Taiwan Presbyterian Church, October 2016. In Chinese Magazine, published bimonthly, by Taiwan Presbyterian Church, mainly for the educated population in the Christian circle. The title of this issue’s "Focus", p.4-p.28, is "Love and Wilderness", related to Holmes Rolston’s visit to Taiwan in June 2016. The six articles are: 1. "Storied Residence and advocating person" by Yu-Ping Chen, executive secretary of TESA. 2. "From ‘a fired young cleric’ to ‘Father of the Environmental Ethics’," by Tzu-Mei Chen, general secretary of TESA. 3. "Wilderness, wild life and Christians" translated by Tzu-Mei. Reprinted from the 2004 Environmental Sunday handbook published by TESA, the content was the two lectures given at Hua-Lian (2004/4/8) and Tao-Yuan (2004/4/16). 4. "Caring for Nature: from fact to value, from respect to reverence," translated by Tzu-Mei. You sent this article from Zygon 39 before your first visit in 2004. 5. "Homing: the ecological philosophy of Rolston" by Yi-Ren Lin, Taipei Medical School. 6. "The way to health: insights inspired by Rolston’s visit to the western seashore" by Rev. Tzer-Inn Chen, pastor of Lu-Shang church.

Nordgren, Anders, ed., Science, Ethics, Sustainability: The Responsibility of Science in Attaining Sustainable Development, Centre for Research Ethics, University of Uppsala, Sweden. Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, Studies in Bioethics and Research Ethics 2 (Uppsala, Sweden, Centre for Research Ethics, 1997). Contains Rolston, "Environmental Science and Environmental Advocacy," pages 137-153. Also presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Annual Meeting, Atlanta, February 16-21, 1995.

Norse, Elliott A., ed., Global Marine Biological Diversity: A Strategy for Building Conservation into Decision Making (Washington, DC: Island Press, 1993). Contains "The Value of Life for Itself," pages 34-36. Although Rolston is not here named as the author, Rolston wrote this section. See p. xxiii.

Northern Review, The. Contains, Rolston, "Perpetual Perishing, Perpetual Renewal," The Northern Review, number 28, Winter 2008, pages 111-123. Yukon College, Yukon, Canada.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/36772.

Nunez,Theodore W., Holmes Rolston, Bernard Lonergan, and the Foundations of Environmental Ethics, Ph.D. thesis, 1999, Department of Religious Studies, Catholic University of America, Washington, DC. Published (in part) as "Rolston, Lonergan, and the Intrinsic Value of Nature," Journal of Religious Ethics 27(no. 1, Spring, 1999):105-128.

O'Hear, Anthony, ed., Philosophy and the Environment, Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement. (Cambridge University Press, 2011), volume 69(no. 1): 1-28. ISSN 1358-2461 EISSN 1755-3555. Contains Rolston, "The Future of Environmental Ethics."    Lecture delivered at The Royal Institute of Philosophy, Session 2009-2010, Programme of Public Lectures, The Environment, October 16, 2009.

Ogrin, Dušan, ed., Varstvo narave zunaj zavarovanih obmoij / The Conservation of Nature Outside Protected Areas (Ljubljnana, Slovenia: Urad RS za prostorska planiranje, Ministrstvo za okolje in prostor / Office for Physical Planning, Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning, Republic of Slovenia, and Inštitut za krajinsko arhitekturo, Biotehniška fakulteta / Institute of Landscape Architecture, University of Ljubljana, 1996). Contains Rolston, "Nature, Culture, and Environmental Ethics / Narava, kultura in etika okolja," pages 25-42 in English and also translated into Slovenian. Conference proceedings from European Union, Conference on the Conservation of Nature Outside Protected Areas, Ljubljana, Slovenia, November 1995.  Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37202.

Oksanen, Markku, and Marjo Rauhala-Hayes, eds., Ympäristöfilosofia: Kirjoituksia ympäristönsuojelun eettisistä perusteista (Environmental Philosophy: Critical Sources in Environmental Theory and Ethics (Helsinki: Gaudeamus, Oy Yliopistokustannus, Finnish University Press, 1997). Contains Rolston, "Arvot luonnossa [Values in Nature]" translated into Finnish, pages 205-224. Originally published in Environmental Ethics 3(1981):113-128.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37708.

Ouderkirk, Wayne, and Hill, Jim, eds., Land, Value, Community: Callicott and Environmental Philosophy (Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2002).  Contains Rolston, "Naturalizing Callicott," pages 107-122.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/48096.

Palmer, Clare, Environmental Ethics (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 1997). Contains a one-page biographical sketch, "Holmes Rolston III (b. 1932)," page 42.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37728.

Palmer, Joy A., ed., Fifty Key Thinkers on the Environment (London: Routledge, 2001), Contains biographical and interpretive article by Jack Weir. "Holmes Rolston, III," pages 260-268.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37719.
Also contains Rolston, "Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)," pages 93-100.

Palmer, Joy A., ed., Fifty Key Thinkers on the Environment (London: Routledge, 2001).   Translated into Japanese as:  環境の思想家たち下) Kankyō no shisōka tachi (Fifty Key Thinkers on the Environment) 2: 194-208. Tokyo: Misuzu Shobo, 2004). ISBN 4-622-08162-8.  Contains:  "Holmes Rolston III 1932- "  ホームズ・ロールストンIII 1932- (in Japanese), Weir article on Rolston, Vol. 2, pages 194-208.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37776.
Contains Rolston article on Emerson, Vol. 1, pages 181-194.

Parabola.   Parabola 30 (no. 1, 2005):46-53.  Contains Rolston, "In the Zone of Complexity: Science and the Sacred."  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37443.

Partridge, Ernest, ed., Responsibilities to Future Generations (Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books, 1981). Contains Rolston, "The River of Life: Past, Present, and Future," pages 123-132.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37179.

Perspectives in Biology and Medicine. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine (University of Chicago; Johns Hopkins University) 43(2000):584-597. Contains Rolston, "Aesthetics in the Swamps." Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/36762.

Perspectives in Biology and Medicine Perspectives in Biology and Medicine (University of Chicago Press) 39(1996):353-372. Contains Rolston, "Immunity in Natural History," Nobel Conference XXVIII Lecture at Gustavus Adolphus College, October 1992.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/41100.

Peterson, Michael, William Hasker, Bruce Reichenbach, and David Basinger, eds., Philosophy of Religion: Selected Readings. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996. Contains reprint of "Scientific and Religious Logic" from Chapter 1 (pp. 22-31), originally in Science and Religion--A Critical Survey (New York: Random House, 1987; McGraw-Hill, 1989; Harcourt Brace, 1997).  (Also: Philadelphia: Temple University Press, hardbound, 1987).

Peverelli, Roberto, "Un'etica della terra. La riflessione filosofica di Holmes Rolston, III, [The Land Ethic: Philosophical Reflections of Holmes Rolston, III]," Aut Aut: rivista di folosofia e di cultura, Issue 316-317, July-October, 2003, pages 116-138. In Italian. Extracted copy, bound booklet.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39070.

Philosophy and Phenomenological Research Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 36(1975):261-267. Contains Rolston, "Schlick's Responsible Man," a criticism of the concept of responsibility in the work of Moritz Schlick.   There is also an original issue copy in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, filed in 1975.

Philosophy East and West. Philosophy East and West 37(1987)172-190. Contains Rolston, "Can the East Help the West to Value Nature." Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/41094. There is also a copy of the original issue in Rolston, Colorado State University, paper archives, filed in 1985.

Philosophy Theology and the Sciences (PTSc) Philosophy, Theology and the Sciences (PTSc) 1(2014):9 35. Contains Rolston, "Creative Genesis: Escalating Naturalism and Beyond," Lead article in the inaugural issue of this European-based journal on philosophy, theology, and the sciences. Does a plausible worldview need some explanations that exceed the natural Thoughtful persons are the most remarkable result arising out of natural history. If there is no supernature, at least nature is super. Further still, the intensity of personal experience suggests the Presence of transcending divine Logos, in, with, and under nature. Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/89526.

Pierce, Christine, and Donald VanDe Veer, eds., People, Penguins, and Plastic Trees:Basic Issues in Environmental Ethics, 2nd ed. (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Company, 1995). Contains reprint from Rolston, Environmental Ethics, Chapter 4, "Duties to Endangered Species." pages 314-325. Rolston is not in the first edition, 1986.

Plough deep in Taiwan, bless our children forever: Searching for the path after the post-sunflower era In the spring of 2014, Taiwan students had a very strong protest against the trade agreement between Taiwan and China. They occupied the parliament for three weeks. This event was called the Sun Flower movement. This book was published by the Taiwan Ecological Stewardship Associatin (TESA) in 2015 as a handbook for the Earth Day conference 2015, supported by the Presbyterian Church of Taiwan (PCT) Taipei synod. The book is divided into 3 parts:
Part I. #1-17 Reprints of editorial articles in the Christian Tribune written by Tzu-Mei Chen, from 2013 to 2015.
# 18-19 Introduction of The Omnivore’s Dilemma and other books.
Part 2. Reprint of the 7 articles published by Campus bimonthly magazine since 2009/Jan.-Feb. to 2010/May-Jun. All were written by Tzu Mei Chen (See attached pdf file of the original publication with pictures. Tzu-Mei Chen integrated my philosophical thinking with my second visit in 2008.)
#1 pp.18-21 (pp. 83-88) Selected translation of "The Pasqueflower"
#2 pp.43-47 (pp. 89-97) The forest is a church
#3 pp.32-35 (pp. 98-106) Emperor (Mikado) Pheasant in the mist
#4 pp.52-56 (pp.107-116) Peerless elegance of the ferns
#5 pp.54-58(pp.117-125) The breath of the center of the earth
#6 pp.48-51(pp.126-134) The ocean is calling
#7 pp.58-61(pp.135-143) Look up, become higher; Go near, so gentle. (Literally translated from the Confucian Analects)
Part 3. Two articles, #1 and #4 by pastors, sharing their theological reflection and practice of ecological thinking. #2 and #3 were written by Tzu-Mei Chen, introducing ecological economy and ecological integrity.

Pojman, Louis P., ed., Environmental Ethics: Readings in Theory and Application, 2nd ed. (Belmont CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co., 1998). Contains Rolston, "Yes, Value Is Intrinsic in Nature," pages 70-90, reprinted from "Are Values in Nature Subjective or Objective?" Environmental Ethics 4(1982):125-151. With commentary by Ernest Partridge.

Pojman, Louis P., ed., Environmental Ethics: Readings in Theory and Application, 3rd ed. (Belmont CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co., 2001). Contains Rolston, "Naturalizing Values: Organisms and Species," pages 76-86.   Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37189.  Original article first published in this anthology. Paper given at American Philosophical Association, Washington, DC, December 1998. With published commentary, Ned Hettinger, "Comments on Holmes Rolston's 'Naturalizing Values'," pages 86-89.

Pojman, Louis P., and Paul Pojman, Environmental Ethics: Readings in Theory and Application , 4th edition (Belmont, CA: Thomson/Wadsworth Learning, 2005. Contains Rolston, "Naturalizing Values: Organisms and Species," reprinted, pp. 88-100.

Pojman, Louis P., and Paul Pojman, Environmental Ethics: Readings in Theory and Application, 5th edition (Belmont, CA: Thomson Wadsworth, 2008). Rolston, "Naturalizing Values: Organisms and Species," reprinted, pp. 107-120.

Pojman, Louis P., Global Environmental Ethics (Mountain View, CA: Mayfield Publishing, Co., 2000). Contains a section, "The Environmental Philosophy of Holmes Rolston, III," pages 144-153.

Polar Record            Polar Record (Cambridge University, Scott Polar Institute) 36(no. 199, October 2000):289-290. Contains Rolston, "Environmental Ethics on Antarctic Ice."

Polkinghorne, John, ed., The Work of Love: Creation as Kenosis (London: SPCK, 2001 and Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2001). Contains Rolston, "Kenosis and Nature. Pages 43-65.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/46011.

Post, Stephen G., compiler, Is Ultimate Reality Unlimited Love? (West Conshohocken, PA: Templeton Press, 2014). Contains Rolston, "Unlimited Love and its Limits," pages 261-263. Love is the cardinal virtue, commendably exemplified in the life and thought of Sir John Templeton. But love is not the only virtue, or duty. Neither in deontological ethics nor in utilitarianism is altruism the pivotal principle. Altruism needs complementing with justice. An inclusive ethics argues that what the impoverished, the poor, the downtrodden are entitled to is not so much charity as recognition of their human rights. Waiting for the philanthropic wealthy to fix the ever-increasing inequities between the rich and the poor looks in the wrong direction for a solution to the most pressing moral issue on the world agenda. Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/86379.

Poyang Lake Journal.    环境美学在中国:东西方的对话. “Environmental Aesthetics in China: East-West Dialogue.” In Journal of Poyang Lake   No.1, 2017 (General No. 46), Jiangxi Academy of Social Sciences, pages 5-14, with supplementary materials, pages 15-28. Also English text.  Lecture by Holmes Rolston III presented in Wuhan, China, at the Environmental Aesthetics and Beautiful China International Conference, May 20-23, 2015. 1. Art and Nature: Chinese Landscape as a Work of Art? 2. Urban, Rural, Wild: Are the Chinese Three Dimensional Persons? 3. Residence in Place: Is China Like No Place Else on Earth? 4. Ugly? What on Chinese Landscapes Is Ugly? 5. Environmental Aesthetics and Ecological Aesthetics: Beautiful China, Ecosystemic China? 6. Environmental Aesthetics and Environmental Policy: Beautiful China, Saving China?

Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). 1998 Mission Yearbook. (Louisville, KY: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). 1998. Contains short story and congratulations about Holmes Rolston giving the 1997-1998 Gifford lectures, page 182.

Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). 2004 Mission Yearbook. (Louisville, KY: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). 2004. Contains an Earth Day Minute for Mission featuring Holmes Rolston, by Susan Salsburg, page 113. .

President's Commission on Americans Outdoors. Szwak, Laura B., ed., Americans Outdoors: A Literature Review (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1987). Contains Rolston, "Beyond Recreational Value: The Greater Outdoors," Values and Benefits section, pages 103-113.     Paper commissioned by President's Commission on Americans Outdoors.  Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37182.  There is a copy of the book in Rolston, Colorado State University, paper archives, filed in 1987.

President's Council on Bioethics. Contains: Rolston, "Human Uniqueness and Human Dignity: Persons in Nature and the Nature of Persons." Pages 129-153 in President's Council on Bioethics, Human Dignity and Bioethics. Washington, DC: President's Council on Bioethics, March 2008.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37183.
Also available online at: http://www.bioethics.gov/topics/human_dignity.html
A second printing of this is:
Pellegrino, Edmund D.. Adam Schulman, and Thomas W. Merrill, eds., Human Dignity and Bioethics. Notre Dame,     IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2009. Rolston article found on pages 129-153.

Preston, Christopher J., and Wayne Ouderkirk, eds., Nature, Value, Duty: Life on Earth with Holmes Rolston, III. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer, 2007. Hardcover: ISBN 978-1-4020-4877-7. Thirteen critical essays on Rolston's work, with Rolston response. Description online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37723.

Preston, Christopher J., and Wayne Ouderkirk, eds., Nature, Value, Duty: Life on Earth with Holmes Rolston, III. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer, 2007. .pdf file of this book

Preston, Christopher J., Saving Creation: Nature and Faith in the Life of Holmes Rolston, III San Antonio, TX: Trinity University Press, 2009. Intellectual biography. http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37724. Book description, covers, table of contents, critical notice.

Preston, Christopher J., Saving Creation: Nature and Faith in the Life of Holmes Rolston, III. San Antonio, TX: Trinity University Press, 2009. Intellectual biography. .pdf file of this book

Providence University 靜宜大學 (Jing-Yi), at Shalu, 聖方濟講座, Taiwan St. Francis of Assisi Lecture. Inaugural lecture in this series. Contains the lecture, PowerPoint Slides, "Caring for the Earth: Promised Land and Planet of Promise," given there on October 17, 2008. Rolston was a visiting scholar at this Roman Catholic University in Taiwan for several days in this period.
Also contains reprint of "The Bible and Ecology" (originally in Interpretation: Journal of Bible and Theology    50(1996):16-26. (in English)
Also contains 看顧自然:從事實到價值、從尊敬到尊崇 reprint (in Chinese) of "Caring for Nature: From Fact to Value, from Respect to Reverence." Originally    published in Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 39(no. 2, 2004):277-302.
Also contains a shorter version of this paper, in English, given at Maryville College, Tennessee, September 2008.

Purves, William K., David Sandava, Gordon H. Orians, and H. Craig Heller, Life: The Science of Biology, 7th ed. (Sunderland MA: Sinauer Associates; W. A. Freeman, 2004). Contains Rolston, "What Is our Duty to Nature?", one-page box essay, p. 681.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37177.

Pyra, Leszek S., Environment and Values: Holmes Rolston III's Environmental Philosophy. Cracow, Poland. Wydawnictwo AR w Krakowie, 2004 [= Publisher: AR (Akademia Rolnicza = Academy of Agriculture Press in Cracow, 2004. This a habilitation (postdoctoral) dissertation, published in English. Prof UP dr hab. Leszek Pyra is a vice-dean of the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Educational Sciences (in Polish: Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny - UP) in Cracow. LC Call #:: GE42 R653 2003 ISSN 1233-4189. Copies in Colorado State University Library, and in Rolston CSU Library paper archives. Other copies at University of Colorado Boulder, Yale University, University of Georgia, University of Edinburgh.

Quarterly Review of Biology.          Quarterly Review of Biology 67(1992):349. Contains Rolston, Review of Richard Olson, Science Deified and Science Defied: The Historical Significance of Science in Western Culture. Volume 2: From the Early Modern Age through the Early Romantic Era, ca. 1640 to ca. 1820 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990).

Reflections: Newsletter of the Program for Ethics, Science, and the Environment, Oregon State University, Department of Philosophy, Special Issue No. 3, August 1998, p. 6.  Contains Rolston, "Philosophy and the Land Ethic."   Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/70413.

Reflections: Newsletter of the Program for Ethics, Science, and the Environment, Oregon State University. Special Issue No. 4, April 2000. Contains Rolston, "Environmental Science and Environmental Advocacy," pages 2-3.  There is a copy in Rolston, CSU Library, paper archives. Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/79097

Regan, Tom, ed., Just Business: New Introductory Essays in Business Ethics (New York: Random House, 1984). Contains Rolston, "Just Environmental Business." Chapter 11, pages 324-359.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/46010.

Regan, Tom, and Peter Singer, eds., Animal Rights and Human Obligations, 2nd ed. (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1989). Contains Rolston, "The Value of Species," pp. 252-255. Extracted, originally published in BioScience 35(1985):718-726).

Richardson, W. Mark, and Wesley J. Wildman, eds., Religion and Science: History, Method, Dialogue (London: Routledge, 1996). Contains Rolston, "Science, Religion, and the Future," pages 61-82.

Rolston, Holmes, III, Conserving Natural Value (New York: Columbia University Press, 1994). Hardbound.  Description, covers, table of contents, and published critical notice online at:
http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37692.

Rolston, Holmes, III, Conserving Natural Value (New York: Columbia University Press, 1994). Softbound.

Rolston, Holmes, III. Environmental Ethics: Duties to and Values in the Natural World. (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1988). Description, covers, table of contents, and published critical notice, online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37694.

Rolston, Holmes, III. Environmental Ethics: Duties to and Values in the Natural World. (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1988). .pdf file of this book

Rolston, Holmes, III. Environmental Ethics: Duties to and Values in the Natural World.  Chinese translation (Taiwan): 环境伦理学 Huanjing lunlixue: 对自然界的义务与自然界的价值 Dui ziranjie de yiwu yü ziranjie de jiazhi (Environmental Ethics: Duties to and Values in the Natural World), translated by 王瑞香 Wang Ruixiang and edited by 黄道琳Huang Daolin (Taipei, Taiwan: 国立编译馆National Institute for Compilation and Translation, 1996)  ISBN 957-00-8564-9.

Rolston, Holmes, III.  Environmental Ethics: Duties to and Values in the Natural World.  Second Chinese translation (P.R. China): 环境伦理学  Huanjing Lunli xue: 大自然的价值以及人对大自然的义务 Daziran de jiazhi yiji ren dui daziran de yiwu) (Beijing: Chinese Social Science Press [ 中国社会科学出版社Zhongguo Shehui kexue Chuban She], 2000).  ISBN 7-5004-2743-3.  In a book series Waiguo Lunlixue Mingshu Yicong (Western Masterpieces in Ethics, Translation Series). Translated by 杨通进Yang Tongjin, Institute of Philosophy, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Rolston, Holmes, III. Genes, Genesis and God: Values and their Origins in Natural and Human History (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999). Gifford Lectures, University of Edinburgh, 1997-1998. Hardbound. Online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37690:  Book summary, covers and table of contents.  Chapter 1, "Genetic Values: Diversity and Complexity in Natural History," is available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37212.   Chapter 6, "Religion: Naturalized, Socialized, Evaluated," is available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37213.

Rolston, Holmes, III. Genes, Genesis and God: Values and their Origins in Natural and Human History (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999). Gifford Lectures, University of Edinburgh, 1997-1998. Softbound.

Rolston, Holmes, III.  Genes, Genesis and God,  Chinese translation, 基因创世纪和上帝Ji Ying, Chuang Shi Ji han Shang Di, 价值及其在自然史和人类史中的起源 (Values and Their Origins in Natural and Human History) translators 范岱年 Fan Dai Nian, and 陈养惠Chen Yang Hui (Chan Sha City, Hunan, China: 湖南科学技术出版社Hunan Science and Technology Press, 2003). Website:http://www.hnstp.com.  ISBN 7-5357-3634-3R

Rolston, Holmes, III, A New Environmental Ethics: The Next Millennium for Life on Earth. New York: Routledge, 2012. Hardbound. Description, covers, and table of contents, online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/46014.

Rolston, Holmes, III, A New Environmental Ethics: The Next Millennium for Life on Earth. New York: Routledge, 2012. Softbound.

Rolston, Holmes, III, A New Environmental Ethics: The Next Millennium for Life on Earth. New York: Routledge, 2012. .pdf file of this book

Rolston, Holmes, III, ed. Biology, Ethics, and the Origins of Life. Boston: Jones and Bartlett, 1995. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co., purchased rights, 1997). Edited anthology from Conference on Biology, Ethics, and the Origins of Life, held at Colorado State University, September 1991. Contributors: Thomas R. Cech, Lynn Margulis and Dorion Sagan, Niles Eldredge, Michael Ruse, Francisco J. Ayala, Langdon Gilkey, Charles Birch

Rolston, Holmes, III. Religious Inquiry--Participation and Detachment (New York: Philosophical Library, Publishers, 1985). . Participation and detachment as requisite to understanding and verifying religious truth, with implications for religious studies in the university. The study focuses on Augustine (Christianity), al-Ghazali (Islam), Sankara (Hinduism), Nagarjuna (Buddhism), analyzed in the light of contemporary philosophy of religion.

Rolston, Holmes, III. John Calvin versus the Westminster Confession (Richmond, Virginia: John Knox Press, 1972). Book in Reformation Theology. There is also a copy in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives.    See Presbyterian Outlook, March 10, 1972, special issue in synopsis and review of this work, copy in Rolston, CSU paper archives.

Rolston, Holmes, III. "Using Water Naturally," Natural Resources Law Center, University of Colorado, Western Water Policy Project, Discussion Series Paper No. 9, 1991.

Rolston, Holmes, III. Philosophy Gone Wild (Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books, 1986).  A collection of Rolston’s essays in environmental ethics. Hardbound.  Description, covers, contents, and critical notice, online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37695.

Rolston, Holmes, III. Philosophy Gone Wild (Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books, 1989). Softbound, and variously reprinted thereafter.

Rolston, Holmes, III.  Philosophy Gone Wild.  Chinese translation, 哲学走向荒野 Zhexue Zou xiang huangye [Philosophy Gone Wild] by 刘耳叶平 Liu Er and Ye Ping, Green Classical Library, Jilin: Jilin Renmin Chubanshe (吉林人民出版社 Jilin People's Publishing House), 2000.  Authorized translation by Institute of Philosophy, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.  ISBN 7-206-02818-7.  Library of Congress:  QH540.5 R6512 2000.

Rolston, Holmes, III, Science and Religion--A Critical Survey (Temple University Press, Philadelphia, 1987). Hardbound.
Chapter 1, "Methods in Scientific and Religious Inquiry," is available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37324. A summary of Chapter 1 is also published as "Methods in Scientific and Religious Inquiry," Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 16(1981):29-63.  There is an original issue copy filed in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper files, filed in 1981.  Some summary ideas from Chapter 2 are published as:"Shaken  Atheism: A Look at the Fine-Tuned Universe," Christian Century 103(1986):1093-1095.  There are two copies of the Christian Century issue in Rolston, Colorado State University, paper archives, filed in 1986.
Chapter 7, "Nature, History, and God," is available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37325.

Rolston, Holmes, III, Science and Religion--A Critical Survey (New York: Random House, 1987. Softbound.  Later bought by McGraw-Hill, 1989.

Rolston, Holmes, III, Science and Religion--A Critical Survey, new edition (Philadelphia: Templeton Foundation Press, 2006). 20th anniversary reprinting, with new introductory chapter, "Human Uniqueness and Human Responsibility."

Rolston, Holmes, III, Science and Religion--A Critical Survey, new edition (Philadelphia: Templeton Foundation Press, 2006). .pdf file of this book

Rolston, Holmes, III, Science and Religion--A Critical Survey Reissued: Ft. Worth, TX: Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1997.

Rolston, Holmes, III, Science and Religion--A Critical Survey Reissued: Mason, Ohio: Thomson Custom Learning. 2004.

Rolston, Holmes, III.  Science and Origins: Probing the Deeper Questions.  Kitchener, Ontario: Pandora Press, 2009.  Edited by Carl S. Helrich.  Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Goshen Conference on Religion and Science.  Three Rolston lectures at Goshen College, Goshen, Indiana, in March 2008.   Includes Q&A sessions.

Rolston, Holmes, III. Templeton Prize. A Chronicle: Prof. Holmes Rolston, III, 2003 Templeton Prize Laureate. 2003. Publication regarding Holmes Rolston as Templeton Prize laureate, 2003. Also online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37551.

Rolston, Holmes, III Templeton Prize – Newspapers, etc. File box containing several dozens of photocopies of newspaper stories that appeared when Rolston won the Templeton Prize in 2003.

Rolston, Holmes, III Templeton Prize – Newspapers and Radio Interviews, file box containing a dozen CD’s, with digital files of newspaper articles that appeared and radio interviews that took place when Rolston won the Templeton Prize in 2003: Includes: Templeton Prize - Newspapers, Radio, etc. Buckingham Palace - New York Photos. Templeton Prize - A Chronicle – Rolston.
Templeton Prize - 2002 -2003 -2004. Templeton Laureate Photos. Templeton texts.
London - Templeton-Giffords-group-2012.

Radio interviews:

Australian Radio National, program: Breakfast. Rolston interview by Peter Thompson, March 26, 2003.

Australian Radio National, program: The Spirit of Things, Rolston Interview: "Genes, Genesis and God." Interviewer Rachael Kohn.

Utah Public Radio, Access Utah, with Rolston interview, on April 4, 2003, Station KUSU, Interviewer Lee Austin.

Colorado Public Radio, program: Colorado Matters, host Dan Drayer. Interview of Rolston, April 18, 2003.

Armenian Interview, VEM Radio, Yervevan, Armenia. Interviewer: Manuk Heergnyan, aired September 7, 2003.

Jefferson Public Radio, Southern Oregon University, Ashland, Oregon, on program: Jefferson Exchange. Aired 9.00-10.00 a.m. PST. Interviewer Jeff Golden, Producer Keith Henty.

UCB - United Christian Broadcasters - Europe. Rolston Interview. Recorded May 6, 2003. Interviewer George Luke

Radio Vaticana, Rolston Interview, Templeton Prize, May 7, 2003. Interviewer: Carol Glass. Aired variously.

Voice of America, Holmes Rolston Wins This Years Templeton Prize. Interviewer James Donnahower, March 19, 2003.
Rolston interview, NPR, National Public Radio, All Things Considered. Interviewer Robert Siegel, March 19, 2003.

BBC News, March 19, 2003.

BBC Cambridgeshire. Rolston interview, 2 short programs aired March 14 and March 21, 2004. Featuring lectures he was giving at Cambridge University, in recognition of his winning the Templeton Prize in 2003. Interviewer Susan Bowden-Pickstock.

See also Media where most of the radio interviews here may also be found.

Rolston, Holmes, III, The Cosmic Christ: Themes from Colossians for an Expanding World. The Covenant Life Curriculum. Richmond, Va: CLC Press, 1966. Booklet for youth, in a Presbyterian Church produced Christian education curriculum. 48 pages.

Rolston, Holmes, III.  Three Big Bangs: Matter-Energy, Life, Mind  (New York: Columbia University Press, 2011).
http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39094.  Description, covers, contents.

Rozzi, Ricardo, S.T.A. Pickett, Clare Palmer, Juan J. Armesto, and J. Baird Callicott, eds., Linking Ecology and Ethics for a Changing World: Values, Philosophy, and Action (Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer, 2013). Contains “Foreword” by Rolston, pp. vii-xi. . Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/171440 This book is also available in an online edition at Colorado State University Library, call number GF80eb.

Ruse, Michael, ed., Philosophy of Biology, 2nd ed. (Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2007). Contains Rolston, "On Behalf of Bioexuberance," pages 347-354. Originally published in Garden 11, no. 4 (July/August 1987): 2-4, 31-32. New York Botanical Gardens.

Russell, Robert John, William R. Stoeger, and George V. Coyne, eds., John Paul II on Science and Religion: Reflections on the New View from Rome Rome: Vatician City State, Vatican Observatory Foundation, 1990 (in U.S.: University of Notre Dame Press), Contains Rolston, "Joining Science and Religion," pages 83-94. Analysis of a Roman Catholic declaration on the relations between science and religion.

Sandler, Ronald, and Philip Cafaro, eds., Environmental Virtue Ethics (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2005). Contains Rolston, "Environmental Virtue Ethics: Half the Truth but Dangerous as a Whole," pages 61-78.

Savijñānam (Journal of the Bhaktivedanta Institute), Calcutta, India. Savijñānam (Journal of the Bhaktivedanta Institute), theme issue:Scientific Exploration for a Spiritual Paradigm, vol. 8 (2013)1-18. Contains "Consciousness, Environmental Ethics and Science-Religion Dialogue," Rolston interviewed by T. D. Singh and J. N. Srivastava, on the occasion of his winning the Templeton Prize (2003). Available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/89527.

Scherer,Donald, and Thomas W. Attig, eds., Ethics and the Environment (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1983). Contains Rolston, "Is There an Ecological Ethic?" pages 41-54 First published in Ethics: An International Journal of Social and Political Philosophy85(1975):93-109.

Scherff, Judy, Coordinator, Building Clean Water Communities: Proceedings, Sixth Annual Nonpoint Source Pollution Management Workshop, 1998, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 7, March 23-25, Lawrence, KS. Contains Rolston, "Using Water Naturally," pages 70-84. Shortened and revised from "Using Water Naturally," Natural Resources Law Center, University of Colorado, Western Water Policy Project, Discussion Series Paper No. 9, 1991.  There is also a copy of the Scherff proceedings in Rolston, Colorado State University, paper archives, filed in 1998.

Schmidtz, David, and Elizabeth Willott, eds., Environmental Ethics: Introductory Readings (New York: Oxford University Press, 2002), Contains, Rolston, "Environmental Ethics: Values in and Duties to the Natural World," pages 33-38. Originally published In F. Herbert Bormann, and Stephen R. Kellert, Ecology, Economics, Ethics: The Broken Circle (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1991).
Also contains Rolston, "Feeding People versus Saving Nature," pages 404-416.. Originally published in William    Aiken and Hugh LaFollette, eds.,World Hunger and Morality, 2nd ed. (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1996),

Schmidtz, David, and Elizabeth Willott, eds., Environmental Ethics: What Really Matters, What Really Works, second edition (New York: Oxford University Press, 2012). Contains Rolston, "Environmental Ethics: Values in and Duties to the Natural World," pages 66-70. Also contains Rolston, "Feeding People versus Saving Nature," pages 504-516.

Science and Spirit Science and Spirit 11(no. 4, November/December 2000):34. Contains, p. 34, Rolston, "Biodiversity and Spirit," Epilogue, one-page essay in a theme issue on Science, Religion, and the Stewardship of Earth.

Scottish Journal of Theology, The. The Scottish Journal of Theology (Oxford University Press) 23(no. 2, May, 1970):129-159. Original offprint. Contains Rolston, "Responsible Man in Reformed Theology." There is also an original offprint in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, filed under 1970.

Sepänmaa, Yrjö, ed. Metsään Mieleni (Helsinki: Maahenski, 2003). Contains Rolston, "Esteettinen kokemus metissä (Aesthetic Experience in Forests)." "Aesthetic Experience in Forests," translated into Finnish, pages 31-47. Invited address at The Aesthetics of the Forest, Second International Conference on Landscape Aesthetics, Lusto, Punkaharju, Finland, June 10-13, 1996.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37123.   Published in English as "Aesthetic Experience in Forests," Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 56(1998):157-166.

Sepänmaa, Yrjö, Liisa Heikkilä-Palo and Virpi Kaukio, eds., Maiseman kanssa kasvokkain (Looking toward the Landscape). Helsinki: Maahenki Oy, 2007 ISBN: 978-952-5652-02-4. Contains Rolston "Onko maisemien esteettisen arvioinnin pohjattava teiteeseen? ["Does Aesthetic Appreciation of Landscapes Need to be Science-Based?],"  translated into Finnish, pages 80-91. Address at "Meeting in the Landscape," the First International Conference on Environmental Aesthetics," Koli, Finland, June 1994.  Also available online as: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37119.  Published in English as "Does Aesthetic Appreciation of Landscapes Need to be Science-Based?" British Journal of Aesthetics 35(1995):374-386.

Sepänmaa,Yrjö, Liisa Heikkilä-Palo, and Virpi Kaukio, eds., Korkea taivas [High Sky]. (Helsinki: Maahenki Oy, 2012). Contains Rolston, "Celestial Aesthetics: Over our Heads and/or in our Heads," translated into Finnish as "Taivas päämme: Yllä ja päässämme," pages 162-177.   Lecture given at Seventh International Conference on Environmental Aesthetics, March 25-29, 2009, at Valamo Monastery, Heinävesi, Finland. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/79014.

Shockley, Kenneth. Inaugural Lecture in Holmes Rolston III Endowed Chair in Environmental Ethics and Philosophy, October 14, 2016. What We Need to Flourish: Rethinking External Goods and the Ecological Systems that Provide Them. Video, 1 hour, 11 minutes. Available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/178139. Also available on DVD disk in CSU Library. Library of Congress Number: GE42 .S53 2016

Shults, F. LeRon, ed. The Evolution of Rationality. Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2006. Contains Rolston, "Generating Life on Earth: Five Looming Questions," pages 195-223.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37323.

Sigurjónsdóttir, Æsa. and Ólafur Páll Jónsson, eds. Art, Ethics and Environment: A Free Inquiry Into the Vulgarly Received Notion of Nature (Newcastle. UK: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2006). ISBN 1-84718-039-6. Contains Rolston, "Intrinsic Values in Nature," pages 1-11. Anthology from the conference: Nature in the Kingdom of Ends," Selfoss, Iceland, 2005.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/48077.

Singh, Rana P. B., ed., Environmental Ethics: Discourses, and Cultural Traditions: Festschrift to Arne Naess (Varanasi, India: The National Geographical Society of India, 1993); also published as the National Geographical Journal of India, vol. 39, parts 1-4, 1993. Contains Rolston, "Down to Earth: Persons in Place in Natural History." pages 55-63.

Smith, Mark J., ed., Thinking Through the Environment: A Reader (London: Routledge, 1999). Contains Rolston, reprint fromEnvironmental Ethics (1988), Chapter 6, "The Concept of Natural Value" as "Valuing the Environment," pages 208-211.

Society and Natural Resources.   Society and Natural Resources 1(1988):271-283.  Contains Rolston, "Human Values and Natural Systems."   There is a copy in Rolston, CSU Library paper archives, but no copy in the Rolston Library in the Eddy Library.   Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37707.

Society of American Foresters, Economic and Social Development: A Role for Forests and Forestry Professionals--Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters, 1987 National Convention, Minneapolis. Bethesda, MD: Society of American Foresters, 1988. Contains Rolston, "Values Deep in the Woods: The Hard-to-Measure Benefits of Forest Preservation," pages 315-319 Invited lecture at the annual convention of the Society of American Foresters, October 1987, Minneapolis, MN.

Sørensen, Merte, Finn Arler and Martin Ishøy, eds., Miljø og etik (Environment and Ethics) (Aarhus, Denmark: NSI Press, Nordisk Sommeruniversitet, 1997). Contains Rolston, "Value in Nature and the Nature of Value," translated into Danish, "Vaerdi i naturen og vaerdinens natur," pages 17-38.   Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37452.   Originally published in In Robin Attfield and Andrew Pages 206-207 Belsey, eds., Philosophy and the Natural Environment (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994).

Sterba, James P., ed., Social and Political Philosophy: Contemporary Perspectives (London: Routledge, 2001). Contains Rolston, "Enforcing Environmental Ethics: Civic Law and Natural Value," pages 349-369.  Also available online at:   http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37603.

Sterba, James P., ed., Earth Ethics: Environmental Ethics, Animal Rights, and Practical Applications (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1995). Contains Rolston, "Duties to Endangered Species," pages 317-328. Originally published in BioScience 35(1985):718-726.

自然辨证法研究 [Zi ran bian lun fa yet jiu] [Studies in Dialectics of Nature] 15, no. 2 (February, 1999): 42-46.  Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Institute of Philosophy, Beijing.  ISSN 1000-8934.  Contains  "自然的价值与价值的本质 [Zi ran de jia zhi yu jia zhi de ben zhi]  [Value in Nature and the Nature of Value],"  translated by Liu Er.   There is a copy in Rolston, CSU library paper archives, but no copy in the Rolston Library in the Eddy Library.   Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37458.

Sumner, Wayne, Donald Callen, and Thomas Attig, eds., Values and Moral Standing (Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University Studies in Applied Philosophy, 1986), volume 8. Contains Rolston, "The Human Standing in Nature: Fitness in the Moral Overseer," pages 90-101.

Taliaferro, Charles, and Paul J. Griffiths, eds., Philosophy of Religion: An Anthology (Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2003). Contains Rolston, "Does Nature Need To Be Redeemed?" pages 530-543. Originally published in Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science29(1994):205-229.

Taliaferro, Charles, Victoria S. Harrison, and Stewart Goetz, eds., The Routledge Companion to Theism (London: Routledge, 2013). Contains: Rolston, "Environment" (Theism and Environment), pages 541-552.

Tallacchini, Mariachiara, ed., Etiche della terra: Antologia di filosofia dell' ambiente (Milan: Vita e Pensiero, 1998). Contains Rolston, "Esiste un'etica ecologica? (Is There an Ecological Ethic?)" translated into Italian, pages 151-171.  Also available online at:
http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37186.    Originally published in Ethics: An International Journal of Social and Political Philosophy85(1975):93-109.

Taylor, Bron R., editor-in-chief, The Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature. (London and New York: Thoemmes Continuum Publishers, 2005).   Contains Rolston:
"Aesthetics of Nature and the Sacred," pages 18-21 (Volume 1)
"Science." Pages 1494-1497 (Volume 2)
Also contains "Rolston, III, Holmes (1932-)." Biographical article by Paula J. Posas, pages 1400-1401 (volume 2).  Available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37722.

Teaching Ethics. Contains Rolston, "The Future of Environmental Ethics," Teaching Ethics (Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum):8(no. 1, Fall 2007):1-27.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37107.  Also published in David R. Keller, ed., Environmental Ethics: The Big Questions (Chichester, West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010), pages 561-574.

Technology Review (Massachusetts Institutes of Technology) 100 (no 2, Feb./Mar. 1997):70-71. Contains Rolston, "Reasons for Loving Nature," review of Stephen R. Kellert, The Value of Life: Biological Diversity and Human Society (Washington, DC: Island Press, 1996).

ten Have, Henk A.M.J., ed., Environmental Ethics and International Policy (Paris: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization [UNESCO], 2006). ISBN: 13:987-92-3-104039-9. Contains: Rolston, "Intrinsic Values on Earth: Nature and the Nations," pages 47-67.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/40513.

Theology and Science Theology and Science 9(2011):273-285. Contains Rolston, "Celestial Aesthetics: Over our Heads and/or in our Heads?"  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/45062.

Theology Today (Princeton) Theology Today 55(1998):415-434. Contains Rolston, "Evolutionary History and Divine Presence." There is also a copy of the Theology Today issue in Rolston, Colorado State University, paper archives, filed in 1998.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37210.

Theology Today (Princeton). Theology Today 43(1986):138-139. Contains Rolston, Review of A. N. Wilson, How Can We Know? An Essay on the Christian Religion.

Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 27(2006):471-497. Contains Rolston, "What Is a Gene? From Molecules to Metaphysics."   Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37122.

Thompson, Paul B., and David M. Kaplan, eds. Encyclopedia of Food and Agricultural Ethics (Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer Science and Business Media, 2014). Offprint of Rolston, “Ecosystems, Food, Agriculture, and Ethics,” pp. 541-547.

Throop, William, ed., Environmental Restoration (Amherst, NY: Humanity Books, Promethus Press, 2000). Contains Rolston, "Restoration," pp. 127-132. Reprinted from Conserving Natural Value (New York: Columbia University Press, 1994), Chapter 3, Section 5, pp. 88-93.

TPM The Philosophers' Magazine. TPM The Philosophers' Magazine (London: Royal Institute of Philosophy), Issue 59, 4th Quarter 2012. Contains "The Challenge of the New Millennium. Holmes Rolston III Asks Whether Reasoned Behavior [Governing Science] Is Possible in the Midst of Self-Seeking Ideologies and Ancient Appetites," pp. 30-37. Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/80800. This article resulted from a lecture, “Concerns Concerning Biosciences, Human Nature, and Governing Science,” given, April 13, 2012, at a Seminar, Governing Science: Technological Progress, Ethical Norms, and Democracy, held at Princeton University, Department of Politics, April 13-14, 2012 Rolston lecture. That lecture is available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/70421.

Turner, R. Kerry, Kenneth Button, and Peter Nijkamp, eds.Ecosystems and Nature: Economics, Science and Policy (Cheltenham, Gloucester, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Co., 1999). Contains Rolston, "Valuing Wildlands," pages 463-488. Originally published inEnvironmental Ethics 7(1985):23-48.

University of Colorado Law Review. "Property Rights and Endangered Species," University of Colorado Law Review 61(1990):283-306.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37455.

Van Huyssteen, J. Wentzel Vrede, Editor-in-Chief, Encyclopedia of Science and Religion, 2 volumes (New York: Macmillan Reference, Thomson/Gale, 2003).
Contains seven articles by Rolston:
"Biological Diversity" (vol. 1, p. 62)
"Ecology" (vol. 1, pp. 234-237).
"Life, Biological Aspects" (vol. 2, pp. 522-523)
"Life, Religious and Philosophical Aspects" (vol. 2, pp. 527-529)
"Nature versus Nurture" (vol. 2, pp. 607-609)
"Religion and Values" (vol. 2, pp. 722-724)
"Skyhooks" (vol. 2, p. 807)

Van Ness, Peter H., ed., Spirituality and the Secular Quest (New York: Crossroad Publishing Co., 1996). Volume 22 of World Spirituality: An Encyclopedic History of the Religious Quest. Contains Rolston, "Scientific Inquiry" (Secular Scientific Spirituality), pages 387-413.

VanDeVeer , Donald, and Christine Pierce, eds., The Environmental Ethics and Policy Book: Philosophy, Ecology, Economics, first edition (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co., 1994) Contains "Beyond Ethics by Extension," pages 88-93, taken from "Environmental Ethics: Values in and Duties to the Natural World." In F. Herbert Bormann, and Stephen R. Kellert, Ecology, Economics, Ethics: The Broken Circle (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1991).
Also contains Rolston, "Why Species Matter," pages 485-492, taken from "Environmental Ethics: Values in and Duties to the Natural World." In F. Herbert Bormann, and Stephen R. Kellert, Ecology, Economics, Ethics: The Broken Circle (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1991).

VanDeVeer, Donald, and Christine Pierce, eds., The Environmental Ethics and Policy Book: Philosophy, Ecology, Economics, 2nd ed. (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co., 1998). Contains Rolston, "Feeding People versus Saving Nature," pages 409-420.
Also contains Rolston, "Why Species Matter," pages, 504-511, taken from "Environmental Ethics: Values in and Duties to the Natural World."

VanDeVeer, Donald, and Christine Pierce, eds., The Environmental Ethics and Policy Book: Philosophy, Ecology, Economics, 3rd edition (Belmont, CA: Thomson-Wadsworth, 2003), Contains, Rolston, "Why Species Matter, pages 476-484.

Vasilenko, L. I.,  and V. E. Ermolaeva, eds. Globaliniye Problemy i Obshchechelovecheskiye Tsennosti (Global Problems and Human Values) (Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1990).  Contains Rolston, "СУЩЕСТВУЕТ ЛИ ЭКОЛОГИЧЕСКАЯ ЭТИКА [Is there an ecological ethic?], pages 258-288.   There is a copy in Rolston CSU Library paper archives, but there is no copy in Rolston Library in Eddy Library.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37193.

Virginia Wildlife Virginia Wildlife 25(9):9, 21-22, September, 1964. Contains Rolston, "September Hawking on Clinch Mountain" Migration of birds of prey in the Southern Appalachians.

Virginia Wildlife Virginia Wildlife 29(11): 6-7, 22-24, November, 1968. Contains Rolston, "Mystery and Majesty in Washington County." A naturalist's account of fauna, flora, and natural history. Reprinted in Rolston, Philosophy Gone Wild.

Vries, Paul de, Robert M. Veatch, Lisa H. Newton, Emily V. Baker and Michael Lewis Richardson, eds., Ethics Applied, edition 2 (Needham Heights, MA:: Simon & Schuster, 1999). Contains Rolston, "Ethics and the Environment" (Types of Environmental Ethics). Chapter 11, pages 407-437.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39003.

Vries, Paul de, Robert M. Veatch, Lisa H. Newton, Emily V. Baker and Michael Lewis Richardson, eds., Ethics Applied, edition 3 (Boston: Pearson Educaion, 2000). Contains Rolston, "Ethics and the Environment" (Types of Environmental Ethics). Chapter 11, pages 383-411.

Wachs, Martin ed., Ethics in Planning (New Brunswick, NJ: Center for Urban Policy Research, Rutgers University, 1985). Contains Rolston, "Is There an Ecological Ethic?" pages 299-317.

Washington, Haydn, and Paul Twomey, eds. A Future Beyond Growth: Towards a Steady State Economy (London: Routledge, Earthscan, 2016). Contains: Rolston: "Sustainable Development vs. Sustainable Biosphere,” pages 195-199. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/178143. Paper given via satellite at the 2014 Fenner Conference on the Environment, Australian Academy of Sciences, University of New South Wales, Sydney. Longer version: “Sustainable Development and Sustainable Biosphere.” Pages 91-101 in Jack Lee, ed., Sustainability and Quality of Life. Palo Alto, CA: Ria University Press, 2010.   Distributed by Ingram. ISBN 978-0-9743472-1-9. Available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/40516. Originally a lecture given at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Annual Meeting, 2009, Chicago: Our Planet and Its Life: Origins and Futures.

Watts, Fraser, and Kevin Dutton, eds., Why the Science and Religion Dialogue Matters. Philadelphia: Templeton Foundation Press, 2006. Contains Rolston, "The Science and Religion Dialogue: Why It Matters," pages 33-37.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37440.   Originally a presentation at the International Society for Science and Religion, Boston, videotaped WGBH Forum.

Western, David, and Mary C. Pearl, eds., Conservation for the Twenty-first Century (New York: Oxford University Press, 1989). Contains Rolston, "Biology Without Conservation: An Environmental Misfit and Contradiction in Terms," pages 232-240.

Western North American Naturalist. Western North American Naturalist 61(2001):267-276. Contains Rolston, "Natural and Unnatural, Wild and Cultural."  Originally the Aubrey L. Haines Distinguished Lecture at the Fifth Biennial Scientific Conference on the Great Yellowstone Ecosystem, National Park Service, Yellowstone National Park, WY, October 11-13, 1999.  Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37454.

Weston, Anthony, ed., An Invitation to Environmental Philosophy (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999). Contains Rolston, "Ethics on the Home Planet," pages 107-139.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37456.

Westphal, Dale, and Fred Westphal, eds., Planet in Peril: Essays in Environmental Ethics (Fort Worth: Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1994). Contains Rolston, "Environmental Business: An Ethic for Commerce," pages 149-170. This article is taken from Rolston, Environmental Ethics, Chapter 8.

White, James E., ed., Contemporary Moral Problems, 6th ed. (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co., 2000). Contains Rolston, "Duties to Endangered Species," pages 585-594. Originally published in Rolston, Environmental Ethics (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1988), Chapter IV.

White, Larry D., ed. Private Property Rights and Responsibilities of Rangeland Owners and Managers (College Station, Texas: Texas A&M University, 1995). Contains Rolston, "What Is Responsible Management of Private Rangeland?" pages 39-49. Proceedings from a conference of the Texas Section of the Society for Range Management, 1994.  Also available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/40515.

Who’s Who in Religion, 3rd edition. Chicago: Marquis Who’s Who, 1985. Rolston entry on p. 327.

Wilderness, vol. 29, no. 30, July 1990 (South Africa, Wilderness Leadership School), Contains Rolston, "The Pasqueflower," pp. 5-7. Originally published in Natural History (Magazine of the American Museum of Natural History) 88 (no. 4, April 1979): 6-16.

Willers, Bill, ed., Unmanaged Landscapes: Voices for Untamed Nature (Washington, DC: Island Press, 1999). Contains Rolston, "The Wilderness Idea Reaffirmed,"reprinted (in part) pages 179-183.

Winkler, Earl R., and Jerrold R. Coombs, eds., Applied Ethics: A Reader (London: Blackwell, 1993), Contains Rolston, "Environmental Ethics: Values in and Duties to the Natural World." Originally published in F. Herbert Bormann, and Stephen R. Kellert, Ecology, Economics, Ethics: The Broken Circle (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1991).

Witham, Larry, The Measure of God: Our Century Long Struggle to Reconcile Science and Religion (San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco, 2005). The Story of the Gifford Lectures. Contains short account of Rolston's Gifford Lectures, 1997. See also rear jacket endorsement.

Yale Journal of International Law 18 (no. 1, 1993):251-279. Contains Rolston, "Rights and Responsibilities on the Home Planet." Invited paper at Symposium on Human Rights and the Environment, Yale Law School and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, April 1992.   Also available online as:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39373.

Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine. Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 78(2005):309-319. Contains Rolston, "Panglobalism and Pandemics: Ecological and Ethical Concerns."  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37116.

Yale University Center for Bioethics. Bioethics at Yale, volume 7, 2005-2006. Contains Rolston profile, "Bioethicist-in-Residence 2005-2006," pages 14-16.

Yang, Tongjin, ed. 大家西学:生态二十讲 [Twenty Classical Texts of Ecological Thinking] (Tianjin: Tainjen People's Press, 2008).  Contains Rolston,  诗意地栖居于地球  [Shi yi di qi xi ju yu di qiu]   [Living Poetically on Earth],  pages 309-328.  This is a selection taken from "Humans as Moral Overseers on Earth", in Rolston's Environmental Ethics, Temple University Press, Chapter 9, p. 335-354.  ISBN 978-7-201-05824-5.  Available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/41095.

Yang, Yingzi. 伦理的生态向度 Lunli de Shengtai Xiangdu—罗尔斯顿环境伦理思想研究 Luoersidun huanjing lunli sixian yanjiu (Ecological Orientation of Ethics: A Study in Rolston’s Environmental Ethics). Beijing: China Social Sciences Press, 2010.  Revised from and originally a Ph.D. dissertation, Fuhan University, Shanghai, China, 2007.   ISBN 978-7-5004-8712-8.   LC Call Number: GE42.Y56 2010.  There is a forward by Holmes Rolston in both English and in Chinese.  Yang Yingzi is a faculty member in philosophy at Hainan Normal University, which is located on Hainan Island, PR China.  There is also a copy in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives.

Ye, Ping, ed., 环境与可持续发展研究, Huanjing yu kechixu fazhan yanjiu (For Environment and Sustainable Development). Harbin, China: Heilongjiang Science and Technology Press, 1998. ISBN 7-5388-3508-3. Contains Rolston, translated into Chinese, “Zi ran de jia zhi yu jia zhi de ben zhi  (Value in Nature and the Nature of Value),” pages 5-12. Selected proceedings of First All-China Conference on Environment and Development, held in Harbin, China, October 20-24, 1998.  There is a copy of the book in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, filed in 1998.
This article was originally published in Robin Attfield and Andrew Belsey, eds., Philosophy and the Natural Environment(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994), pages 13-30. Royal Institute of Philosophy, Annual Supplement Volume.

Ye, Ping, et al, eds., Sheng t'a huan ching pao hu tzu jan tzu yüan kuan li ti li lun yen chiu (A Theoretical Study of Ecological Environmental Protection and Management of Natural Resources). He-lung chiang k'o hsüeh chi shu ch'u pan she, 1995. ISBN 7-5388-2729-3 (Harbin, China: Scientific and Technological Publishing Co., 1995). Contains, in English, Rolston, "Global Environmental Ethics: A Valuable Earth," pages 67-83.  Originally published in Richard L. Knight and Sara F. Bates, eds., A New Century for Natural Resources Management (Washington, DC: Island Press, 1995).

Zen Buddhism Today, No. 7, September 1989. Contains Rolston, "Respect for Life: Can Zen Buddhism Help in Forming an Environmental Ethic?" pp. 11-30. Annual Report of the Kyoto Zen Symposium, Kyoto Seminar for Religious Philosophy, Institute for Zen Studies, Hanazono College and Kyoto University. Invited paper as distinguished lecturer at the Seventh Annual International Zen Symposium, Kyoto, Japan, March 1989.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37117. There are also two copies of this annual report in Rolston, Colorado State University, paper archives, filed in 1984.

Zhao, Hong-mei.美学走向荒野 Mei Xue Zou Xiang Huang Ye: 论罗尔斯顿环境美学思想 Lun Luo Er Si Dun Huan Jing Mei Xue Si Xiang (Aesthetics Gone Wild: On the Thought of Rolston’s Environmental Aesthetic).  Beijing: 中国社会科学出版社 Chinese Social Science Publishing Co., 2009.  ISBN  978-7-5004-8146-1. The book results from a Ph.D. dissertation at the Department of Philosophy, Wuhan University.   LC Call #:  BH301.E58 Z43  2009.

Zhexue Yicong (Philosophy Digest of Translation). Zhexue Yicong (Philosophy Digest of Translation), (Journal of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Institute of Philosophy, Beijing), 1999, no. 4. Contains Rolston, "Huanjing lunlixue de leixing" ("Types of Environmental Ethics"), translated into Chinese in pp. 17-22. Translator: Liu Er. ISSN 1002-8854. There is a copy of this issue in Rolston, Colorado State University Library, paper archives, filed in 1999.
This article was originally published as "Ethics and the Environment" (Types of Environmental Ethics). Chapter 11 in Paul de Vries, Robert M. Veatch, Lisa H. Newton, Emily V. Baker and Michael Lewis Richardson, eds., Ethics Applied, edition 2 (Needham Heights, MA:: Simon & Schuster, 1999).

哲学译丛 [Zhexue Yicong] [Philosophy Translation Series], Issue no. 4 (1998): 36-42. (Journal of theChinese Academy of Social Sciences, Institute of Philosophy, Beijing).  Contains Rolston, " 遵循大自然  [Zun xun da zi ran]  [Can and Ought We to Follow Nature?]."   There is a copy in Rolston CSU Library paper archives, but no copy in the Rolston Library in the Eddy Library.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37125.   Originally published  as: "Can and Ought We to Follow Nature?"  Environmental Ethics 1(1979):7-30.

哲学译丛 [Zhexue Yicong] [Philosophy Translation Series]. Issue no. 2 (September 1999): 27-31  (Journal of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Institute of Philosophy, Beijing).  Contains Rolston, "森林伦理和多价值森林管理 [Sen lin lun li he duo jia zhi sen lin guan li] [A Forest Ethic and Multivalue Forest Management]."   With James E. Coufal, co-author, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, State University of New York, Syracuse, and president of the Society of American Foresters. There is a copy in Rolston, CSU Library paper archives, but no copy in the Rolston Library in the Eddy Library.  Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37126.

自然辯証法研究 Zi ran bian lun fa yet jiu (Studies in Dialectics of Nature) 15(no. 2, February, 1999):42-46. Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Institute of Philosophy, Beijing. ISSN 1000-8934. Contains Rolston, translated into Chinese, 自然的价值与价值的本质, "Ziran de jiazhi yu jiazhi di benzhi (Value in Nature and the Nature of Value)." Translated by Liu Er. There is a copy of the original issue in Rolston, paper archives, Colorado State University Library, filed in 1999. This article was originally published in Robin Attfield and Andrew Belsey, eds., Philosophy and the Natural Environment (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994), pages 13-30. Royal Institute of Philosophy, Annual Supplement Volume.

Zimmerman, Michael E., J. Baird Callicott, George Sessions, Karen J. Warren, and John Clark, eds., Environmental Philosophy: From Animal Rights to Radical Ecology (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1993). Contains Rolston, "Challenges in Environmental Ethics" pages 135-157.   Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37448.

Zimmerman, Michael E., J. Baird Callicott, George Sessions, Karen J. Warren, and John Clark, eds., Environmental Philosophy: From Animal Rights to Radical Ecology, 2nd edition (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1998). Contains Rolston, "Challenges in Environmental Ethics" pages 124-144.

Zimmerman, Michael E., J. Baird Callicott, George Sessions, Karen J. Warren, and John Clark, eds., Environmental Philosophy: From Animal Rights to Radical Ecology, 3rd edition (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 2001). Contains Rolston, "Challenges in Environmental Ethics," pages 126-146.

Zimmerman, Michael E., J. Baird Callicott, Karen J. Warren, Irene J. Klaver, and John Clark, eds., Environmental Philosophy: From Animal Rights to Radical Ecology, 4th edition (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2005). Contains Rolston, "Challenges in Environmental Ethics," pages 82-101

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science.           Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 22(1987):383-386. Contains Rolston, Review of David L. Schindler, ed., Beyond Mechanism: The Universe in Recent Catholic Thought.

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science.         Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 21(1986):395-398. Contains Rolston, Review of Kenneth Cauthen, Process Ethics: A Constructive System.

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science.        Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 19(1984):508-511. Contains Rolston, Review of J. Ronald Engel, Sacred Sands: The Struggle for Community in the Indiana Dunes.

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science.       Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 28(1993):425-439. Contains Rolston, "Rights and Responsibilities on the Home Planet."   Shortened version of original publication: "Rights and Responsibilities on the Home Planet,"Yale Journal of International Law 18 (no. 1, 1993):251-279.

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science.       Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 24(1989):109-115. Contains Rolston, Review of D. J. Bartholomew, God of Chance. Also published in The Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences Bulletin, vol. 9, no. 1 (Winter, 1989):11-17.

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science.       Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 23(1988):347-355. Contains Rolston, "Science Education and Moral Education."   Also available online at:   http://hdl.handle.net/10217/66494.

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science.       Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 29(1994):205-229. Contains Rolston, "Does Nature Need To Be Redeemed?"

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science.      Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 27(1992):65-87. Contains Rolston, "Religion in an Age of Science; Metaphysics in an Age of History," longer critical review of Ian Barbour, Religion in an Age of Science: The Gifford Lectures, vol. 1 (San Francisco: Harper and Row, 1990).

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science.      Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 16(1981):29-63. Contains Rolston, "Methods in Scientific and Religious Inquiry."

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science.      Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 17(1982):421-423. Contains Rolston, Review of James W. Jones, The Texture of Knowledge: An Essay in Science and Religion.

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science.      Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 17(1982):95-98. Contains Rolston, Review of K. S. Shrader-Frechette, Environmental Ethics.

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science      Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 39(2004):962-966. Contains Rolston, Review of Alister McGrath, A Scientific Theology: Volume 1: Nature (Edinburgh, T&T Clark; Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans, 2001).

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science       Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 43(2008):753-756. Contains Rolston, Review of Paul Davies, Cosmic Jackpot: Why Our Universe Is Just Right for Life (London: Penguin, 2006 and Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2007).

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science.       Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 39(2004):962-966. Contains Rolston, Review of Alister McGrath, A Scientific Theology: Volume 1: Nature (Edinburgh, T&T Clark; Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans, 2001).

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science .       Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 40(no. 1, 2005):221-229. Contains Rolston, "Inevitable Humans: Simon Conway Morris's Evolutionary Paleontology." Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37446.
Also contains, Rolston, Review of Richard H. Jones, Reductionism: Analysis and the Fullness of Reality (Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press, 2000), pages 240-243.

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science.       Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 35(2000):189-191. Contains Rolston, Review of John Polkinghorne, Science and Theology: An Introduction (London: SPCK Press, and Minneapolis: Fortresss Press, 1998).
Also contains John Polkinghorne, Review of Rolston, Genes, Genesis and God (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999).

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science.       Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 39(no. 2, 2004):277-302. Contains Rolston, "Caring for Nature: From Fact to Value, from Respect to Reverence." Invited Templeton Lecture, American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, November 23, 2003.  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39368.

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science.          Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 46(no. 4. 2011):1003-1005. Contains Rolston, Review of Martin A. Nowak with Roger Hightower, Super-Cooperators, Altruism, Evolution, and Why We Need Each Other to Succeed (New York: Free Press, 2011).  Also available online at:  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/48099.

 

 



Media:

Both video and audio, listed alphabetically by title (as on the spine), sometimes by set title. Rolston is filmed or taped in each of these.


Augustana University College, Distinguished Theological Lecture Series: Biology and Theology. Two Audio CD disks. Disk 1, Lecture, 57 minutes. Disk 2. Discussion, 22 minutes. Lecture 3 by Holmes Rolston at Augustana University College, Camrose, Alberta, March 11, 1994. Adapted from Chapter 3 of Rolston, Science and Religion: A Critical Survey. <

Augustana University College, Distinguished Theological Lecture Series:Methods in Science and Religion. 1994. Two Audio CDs. Disk 1, Lecture, 56 minutes. Disk 1, Lecture, 56 minutes. Disk 2. Discussion, 24 minutes. Lecture 1 by Holmes Rolston at Augustana University College, Camrose, Alberta, March 10, 1994. Adapted from Chapter 1 of Rolston, Science and Religion: A Critical Survey.

Augustana University College, Distinguished Theological Lecture Series:Physics and Theology. 1994. Two Audio CD disks. Disk 1, Lecture, 64 minutes. Disk 2. Discussion, 24 minutes. Lecture 2 by Holmes Rolston at Augustana University College, Camrose, Alberta, March 11, 1994. Adapted from Chapter 2 of Rolston, Science and Religion: A Critical Survey.

BBC Cambridgeshire. Holmes Rolston III Interview. Audio CD disk. 10 minutes. Host: Susan Bowden-Pickstock, on a program, Sunday Breakfast, March 14 and March 21, 2004. The topic is a lecture, "Genes, Genesis and God," which Rolston was giving at Cambridge University, based on his book of the same name.

Business and the Environment. 2006. Audio CD.   Audio CD. 7 ½ mins. Holmes Rolston interviewed on Internet Radio, Station CHSR Los Angeles. Program: Enlightened Business. Aired October 5, 2006. Host Kathryn Alexander.<

Challenges in Environmental Ethics. 2005. 55 minutes. DVD. Holmes Rolston commentary on a dozen challenging cases and issues in environmental ethics. 1. Antelope fence. 2. Hunter's Ethic. 3. Bear Hunt. 4. Drowning whales. 5. Drowning bison. 5. Elephant calf. 7. Wawona Tree. 8. Tree spiking. 9. San Clemente Goats. 10. Old growth forest. 11. Yellowstone fires. 12. Home planet.
Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37816.

Challenges in Environmental Ethics. 2006. DVD. About 1 hour, 15 mins. Rolston delivers, March 14, 2006, the inaugural Richard J. Burke Lectures in Philosophy Religion and Society at Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan. Rolston analyzes a dozen challenging cases and issues in environmental ethics.

Chautauqua - Rolston - Cruciform Nature 2005. Audio CD, 41 minutes. Holmes Rolston speaking, at Chautaqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York, August 5, 2005. Darwinian natural history reveals an ambiguity in life. Life is provided for in the system and is simultaneously a ceaseless struggle; new life is generated by blasting the old. Such a view of life echoes ancient religious motifs: Life is a table prepared in the midst of enemies, green pastures in the valley of the shadow of death (Psalm 23). Redemptive suffering is a model that makes sense of nature and history. So far from making the world absurd, suffering is a key to the whole, not intrinsically, not as an end in itself, but as a transformative principle, transvalued into its opposite. The capacity to suffer through to joy is a supreme emergent and an essence of Christianity. Yet the whole evolutionary upslope is a lesser calling of this kind, in which renewed life comes by blasting the old. Life is gathered up in the midst of its throes. The enigmatic symbol of this is the cross.

Chautauqua - Rolston - Nature and Spirit.2005. Audio CD, 41 minutes. Holmes Rolston speaking, at Chautaqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York, August 4, 2005. Nature is a place to get more spirit; and yet, the human spirit transcends nature in startling ways. The most authentic wilderness emotion is the sense of the sublime. But just this searching for "spirit," prompted in encounter with nature, paradoxically reveals human uniqueness. We wonder how far what is going on "in our heads" is a key, at cosmological and metaphysical levels, to what is going on "over our heads." Perhaps after all, this primate rising from the dust of the Earth, on becoming so remarkably spiritually informed, bears the image of God.

Chautauqua - Rolston - Promised Land and the Planet of Promise 2005. Audio CD, 43 minutes. Holmes Rolston speaking, at Chautaqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York, August 3, 2005. The ancient Hebrews, though not ecologists, lived on their landscapes, which they understood as a promised land, flowing with milk and honey. Bible writers were even more concerned with humane ecology, a good, righteous life in their land. Lands do not flow with milk and honey for all unless justice rolls down like waters. Earth is the Planet with Promise; life persisting in the midst of its perpetual perishing is a given, a gift. The enthralling creativity on our home planet reflects the brooding Spirit of God. To shut down such creativity is ungodly.

Closer to Truth. Why Science and Religion Think Differently. DVD. 27 minutes. Robert Lawrence Kuhn interviews four theologians at Helsingør, Denmark, and an atheist in London.
Niels Henrik Gregersen, theologian, University of Copenhagen. Science is more analytical, religion is more synthetic, comprehensive. The two are not at war, but religion cuts a wider path through all of human experience.
Holmes Rolston, III, philosopher, theologian, Colorado State University (Rolston interview starts at 6 minutes, 30 seconds). Science is good at empirical questions, but does not touch the deeper value questions. After four hundred years of science, the deeper value questions are as sharp and as painful as ever.
Christopher Southgate, theologian, University of Exeter. Science focuses on limited questions, but most aspects of life go beyond to questions of personal experience and transcendent truth, the answers to which are far more difficult.
Celia Deane-Drummond, theologian, Notre Dame University. The study of nature in science can point to God, but religion confronts ethical questions. The goal of the religious search is a transcendent God, who cannot be subject to the scientific analysis appropriate for the physical world.
Anthony A. C. Grayling, philosopher, atheist, New College of the Humanities, London. Science has demands for rationality and is powerfully self-correcting. Religion has faith and suppresses doubt.     Conclusions: Science cannot judge values and meaning, but it does not follow that the diverse religions can. The truth or falsity of religion must stand or fall on its own merits. Each should be assessed in its own light. The ultimate question is whether any transcendent reality exists beyond the reach of science. Aired on PBS, 2012. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/67470.

Closer to Truth . Do General Principles Govern All Science? DVD. 26 minutes. Robert Lawrence Kuhn interviews:
Geoffrey West, physicist, Santa Fe Institute, on complex adaptive systems.
Martin Rees, astrophysics, Cambridge University, on complex systems resulting from simple laws.
Stuart Kauffman, theoretical biologist, Santa Fe Institute and University of Calgary, on super-critical complex systems, molecular and economic.
Holmes Rolston, III, philosopher, Colorado State University, on three Big Bangs: matter-energy, life, human mind, genesis of cognitive complexity, revealing a Logos in creation. (Rolston interview starts at 15 minutes, 20 seconds.)
David Deutsch, physicist, Oxford University, on good explanations in general systems theory.
Among the conclusions: As we get closer to truth, everything seems more interconnected. God is consistent with these general principles, but not required for them. Aired on PBS, 2012.
Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/67469.

Concerns Concerning Biosciences, Human Nature, and Governing Science. DVD. 45 minutes. Seminar, Governing Science: Technological Progress, Ethical Norms, and Democracy, held at Princeton University, Department of Politics, April 13-14, 2012. Rolston lecture, April 13, 2012. http://hdl.handle.net/10217/70421.
The biological sciences have developed dramatically in the last half century, raising concerns about their implications for human nature and behavior. While such research can and ought shape policy, policy equally should critique such research. Science, as much as any other human institution, needs its humanist critics--ethicists, philosophers, theologians, policymakers. Analysis of a half-dozen claims coming from biological sciences, to demonstrate that half-truths, if taken for the whole, can be both misleading and dangerous. Fortunately scientists are also good at being their own critics. 1. Selfish Genes. 2. Genetic destiny. 3. Pleistocene appetites. 4. Monkey's Mind. 5. Neuroscience: Bottom up? Top Down? 6. Enlightening/escalating Self-interest. 7. Ideology: Reasoned Governing Behavior. This lecture is shortened and published as: "The Challenge of the New Millennium. Holmes Rolston III Asks Whether Reasoned Behavior [Governing Science] Is Possible in the Midst of Self-Seeking Ideologies and Ancient Appetites," TPM The Philosophers' Magazine (London: Royal Institute of Philosophy), Issue 59, 4th Quarter 2012, pp. 30-37. Available online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/80800.

Creation: Order and Chance in Physics and Biology. 1990. DVD. 1 hour, 10 mins. Rolston presents the Henry Harrell Memorial Lecture in Religion, April 19, 1990, at Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The relations between physics and theology are surprisingly cordial at present; the relations between biology and theology are more difficult. A key to understanding the interrelations of all three: physics, biology, and religion lies in examining the concept of order and disorder. Astrophysics and nuclear physics are describing a universe "fine-tuned" for life, although physics has also found a universe with indeterminacy in it. Meanwhile evolutionary and molecular biology seem to be discovering that the history of life is a random walk with much struggle and chance, driven by selfish genes, although they have also found that in this random walk order is built up over the millennia across a negentropic upslope, attaining in Earth's natural history the most complex and highly order phenomena known in the universe, such as ecosystems, organisms, and, most of all, the human mind.

Cybernetic and Cruciform Nature. London - Giffords - Templeton. June 1, 2012. DVD. An event of interviews and lectures, honoring the seven living persons who have both given the Gifford Lectures and been awarded the Templeton Prize, held June 1, 2012, at the British Academy, London. Interview 22 minutes. Lecture 22 minutes, total 44 minutes.
Natural and cultural history on Earth is a cybernetic process, a creative generate-and-test process, resulting in our planetary wonderland of biodiversity. With the emergence of humans, endowed with unique cognitive faculties, including language and the transmission of ideas from mind to mind, this creative genesis occurs in novel and even more spectacular ways. Humans are the only species that reflects on where we are, who we are, and what we ought to do.
Cybernetics generates caring, increasingly in sentient life. This cybernetic process is also cruciform. Life is suffering through to something higher. Life has its logos, its logic, its history; life has its pathos. Life is in prolific and pathetic. The fertility is close-coupled with the struggle. Biologists find life perpetually "regenerated"; theologians find life perpetually "redeemed." Both in the divine Logos once incarnate in Palestine and in the life incarnate on Earth for millennia before that: "Light shines in the darkness and the darkness has not overcome it."

Does Aesthethic Appreciation of Nature Need to be Science-Based? DVD. 22 minutes. Interview with Holmes Rolston III conducted by Christopher Stevens, University of Helsinki, March 25, 2009. Science-based aesthetic appreciation of nature can differ significantly from non-science-based appreciation, for example in understanding a volcanic eruption in Hawaii geologically or as the anger of the goddess Pelé. Non-scientific appreciation can be sometimes appropriate as with enjoying fall leaf colors, but even this is enriched by science. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37809

Dominion over Nature. 1990. DVD. 1 hour 6 minutes. Edited from CSU Instructional Services filming of Rolston classroom lecture, September 13, 1990, in Philosophy 345, Environmental Ethics. 1. The Conquerors. Discussion of advertisement: "The Conquerors." Discussion of Pioneer plaque greeting others in space. Human conquest of space, spaceship Earth, dominion over Earth. 2. Models of Dominion: (1) Subjugation: Earth Tyrant. (2) Commander: Earth Pilot. (3) Domestication: Earth Gardener. (4) Steward: Earth Trustee. (5) Paternal: Earth Father. (6) Prophets, Priests, Kings. (7) Redemption - Earth Redeemer. 3. Exploit, Maximize, Optimize. 4. Multiple values versus Multiple Use. 5. Managed/Endangered Planet. God-man-nature hierarchy, Time Magazine: Endangered Earth.Scientific American: Managing Planet Earth. 6. The meek inherit the Earth. Beatitude: "Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth." Using Earth justly and charitably. Library of Congress Number GE42.R6673 1990.

Down to Earth: Persons in Nature. Two DVDs. Disk 1: 1 hour 15 minutes. Disk 2: 1 hour, 16 minutes. Classroom lecture by Holmes Rolston, III, in PHIL 345, Environmental Ethics, December 4, 2007.
Disk 1. Ethics living in place; Earth as home planet; Aristotle and humans as political animals, living in cities; humans as both citizens of cities and residences on landscapes; correcting Socrates (who thought that nature could not teach him anything); living on Western landscapes with "nature in your face"; four priorities on the current world agenda (peace and war, population, development, environment); escalating population; escalating consumption (affluenza). Online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37817.
Disk 2. Humans as earthling overseers; environmental ethics as respect for life; human biography as storied residence on Earth; test for appreciating a resident environment; three role models for living in nature: Arne Naess, Norwegian philosopher; John Muir; Aldo Leopold, founder of the land ethic. Leopold's experience of thinking like a mountain and seeing "green fire" in a dying wolf's eyes; Earth ethics and overview of the blue planet. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37818.  Library of Congress Number GF21.R6673 2007 Disk 1 Disk 2.

Environmental Ethics and Sustainability. 2008. DVD. 1 hour, 20 mins. Lecture by Holmes Rolston III at National Taiwan University, Taipei, November 12, 2008. Sponsored by College of Bio-Resources and Agriculture and College of Life Sciences. 1. Sustainability: A comprehensive ethic? 2. Present duties to future generations. 3. America's duties to the world. 4. Ethics and economic development. 5. Sustainable development vs. sustainable biosphere.

Environmental Aesthetics in China: East West Dialogue. 2015. DVD. 58 minutes. Lecture by Holmes Rolston III presented in Wuhan, China, at the Environmental Aesthetics and Beautiful China International Conference, May 20-23, 2015.
1. Art and Nature: Chinese Landscape as a Work of Art? 2. Urban, Rural, Wild: Are the Chinese Three Dimensional Persons? 3. Residence in Place: Is China Like No Place Else on Earth? 4. Ugly? What on Chinese Landscapes Is Ugly? 5. Environmental Aesthetics and Ecological Aesthetics: Beautiful China, Ecosystemic China? 6. Environmental Aesthetics and Environmental Policy: Beautiful China, Saving China? Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/172773.

Environmental Aesthetics in China: East West Dialogue. 2015. The preceding lecture in mp4 file form on flash drive. 58 minutes.

Galapagos 2008. DVD. 53 mins. Rolston account of a trip to the Galapagos Islands, March 2008. Another account of this trip is: "Galapagos: Following in Darwin's Footsteps," Fort Collins Coloradoan, June 1, 2008, p. E4, p. E3. Report on trip to and conservation in the Galapagos Islands. Rolston recalls Darwin's experience encountering hundreds of "most disgusting, clumsy lizards," three-foot marine iguanas. Not "pretty," but then again not "disgusting." He is not surprised that the weird wildlife had set the young Darwin thinking. Strangely, Darwin's genius at recognizing these remote islands as an evolutionary hotspot led to a revolution in the human view of who we are, where we are, and even of life itself. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37331.

Generating Life on Earth: Six Looming Questions. 2006. DVD. 1 hour. Lecture by Holmes Rolston III at The Ohio State University, November 2, 2006. 1. Creating information. 2. Inevitable vs. contingent creativity. 3. Possibilities: Omnipresent vs. emerging. 4. Co-option generating novel possibilities. 5. Anthropic biology? 6. Human uniqueness: Intelligent spirit. Library of Congress Number GE42.R66752 2006.
A version of this lecture is published as: "Generating Life on Earth: Five Looming Questions," pages 195-223 in F. LeRon Schults, ed. The Evolution of Rationality. Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2006. An abbreviated earlier version (which appeared in print later) is:  "Originating Life: Six Big Questions," with questions and commentary, pages 13-21 in Connie Bertka, Nancy Roth, and Matthew Shindell, eds., Workshop Report: Philosophical, Ethical, and Theological Implications of Astrobiology. Washington, DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2007.

Genes, Genesis and God. Philadelphia Center for Religion and Science, April 19, 1999. DVD. Lecture 51 minutes. Discussion 25 minutes.

Genes, Genesis and God. 2006. DVD. About 1 hour, 15 mins. Rolston delivers, March 13, 2006, the inaugural Richard J. Burke Lectures in Philosophy Religion and Society at Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan. Rolston discusses the scientific and philosophical debate about order and disorder, randomness and probability, actualities and possibilities, as they result in increasing diversity and complexity over the evolutionary epic.

Gifford Lectures: Genetic Creativity: Diversity and Complexity in Natural History. 1997. DVD. 1 hour, 7 mins. Rolston delivers Lecture 1 of the Gifford Lectures, University of Edinburgh, series 1997/1998. Lecture given November 10, 1997. Central to the contemporary Darwinian view is emerging diversity and complexity. Genes are critical in this historic composition. In physics and chemistry, there is matter and energy, but in biology there is proactive information. Scientists divide over whether such evolution is contingent or directional. Elements of trial and error are incorporated in a searching generative process, analogous to genetic algorithms in computing. Library of Congress Number: QH426.R6573 1997. Lectures published as: Genes, Genesis and God: Values and their Origins in Natural and Human History (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999). Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37813.

Gifford Lectures: Genes, Genesis and God. 1997. DVD. 1 hour, 7 mins. Rolston delivers Lecture 10 of the Gifford Lectures, University of Edinburgh, series 1997/1998. Lecture given December 1, 1997. Humans can detect sacred presence in the epic of life. Biology leaves space for such complementary explanations. The Earth narratives must be understood in the light of the complexities to which they lead, resulting from emerging novel possibility space. God is a Generator of such possibilities. God is the Ground, Ambience of Information. The brooding winds of the Spirit move over the face of these earthen waters. Library of Congress Number: BJ1311.R652 1997. Lectures published as: Genes, Genesis and God: Values and their Origins in Natural and Human History (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999). Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37814.

Good Samaritan and His Genes – Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2002. Holmes Rolston lecture at a conference on Biology and Morality. Audio CD. 1 hour, 12 mins. Holmes Rolston lecture at a conference on Biology and Morality, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Published as: "The Good Samaritan and His Genes," pages 238-252 in Philip Clayton and Jeffrey Schloss, eds., Evolution and Ethics: Human Morality in Biological and Religious Perspective. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2004. The Good Samaritan helping non-genetically related other does not fit well into a Darwinian framework. Some biologists claim he is constitutionally (=genetically) unable to act for the victim's sake. There must be a self-interested account. The Samaritan, deceived about his motives, is rewarded with reproductively profitable reputation. But such behavior, praised and imitated, jumps genetic lines and there is no differential survival advantage. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37322.

Good Samaritan and His Genes - Villanova University 2005. DVD. 1 hour. Rolston lecture on the occasion of receiving the Mendel Medal, Villanova University, April 2, 2005. See also: Rolston - The Good Samaritan and his Genes. 2002. Audio CD. 1 hour, 12 mins. Holmes Rolston lecture at a conference on Biology and Morality, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Holmes and Jane Rolston: Memories and Recollections. The Way We Were. Holmes Rolston and his wife Jane Irving Wilson Rolston interviewed in their home by a relative, David Rolston, October 2009. Two DVDs.
Disk 1. Holmes' childhood, Rockbridge Baths, Virginia. Jane's childhood, Richmond, Virginia. Holmes youth, Charlotte, NC. Davidson College and Union Theological Seminary. Holmes Graduate study, University of Edinburgh. Pastor, Walnut Grove and High Point Presbyterian Churches, Bristol, Virginia. Graduate study, Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburgh. Online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/38997.
Disk 2. Rolston, Professor of Philosophy, Colorado State University. University Distinguished Professor, Rolston's books and publications. Gifford Lectures, University of Edinburgh, 1997-1998. Templeton Prize, 2003. Intellectual Biography, Saving Creation, 2009. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/38998.

Holmes Rolston Endowed Chair in Environmental Ethics: Announced March-May 2014. 2014. DVD. 32 minutes. The Holmes Rolston Endowed Chair in Environmental Ethics, made possible by donations from Holmes and Jane Rolston and by Myra Monfort, is announced at four celebration events during March, April, and May, 2014. 1. Dinner at Jay’s Bistro, with Dean Ann Gill, Holmes and Jane Rolston, Myra Monfort and selected guests, March 11, 2014. 2. The President’s Dinner for University Distinguished Professors, April 28, 2014. 3. Celebrate Colorado State, with Tony Frank, CSU President, April 29, 2014. 4. CLA Dean Ann Gill’s Reception for Faculty and Staff Donors, May 7, 2014. Online at: http://cope.colostate.edu/1ois/cla/Rolston-Endowment.wmv.

Incompleteness in Evolutionary Explanation. 1991. DVD. 47 minutes. Edited from CSU Instructional Services filming of Rolston classroom lecture, February 6, 1991, in Philosophy 375: Science and Religion. Evolution as a random walk? Evolution of biodiversity and biocomplexity. Evolutionary development generating more out of less. Life as negentropy. Information discovered and stored in DNA. Origin of life. Origin of humans. Selection of the advanced. Evolutionary history as a genetically-based information search. Earth as a prolific, pro-life system, a creativity complementary to religious accounts of creation. Based on Chapter 3 of Holmes Rolston, III, Science and Religion: A Critical Survey. New York: Random House, 1987, and various reprints. Library of Congress Number B818.R66 1991.

Jane and Holmes Rolston Edinburgh Letters from New College, 1956-1958. Holmes Rolston, III, an American, was a Ph.D. candidate at New College, University of Edinburgh, from October 1956 through December 1958, when he was awarded the Ph.D. degree. His advisors were Thomas F. Torrance and John McIntyre; his thesis was later published as John Calvin versus the Westminster Confession (1972). He and his wife, Jane, lived at 17 Abercromby Place, a basement flat in the then Dutch consulate, where she worked. Jane wrote letters home to her mother and father almost daily, the six-pence air letters of that period, where one wrote on both sides of a single lightweight sheet, which folded to become an envelope. Those letters are reproduced here on DVD disk in digital (.jpg) scan, each letter with a side A and side B, over 275 letters, in numbered sequence, sometimes with brief descriptors. There are also some photos and diary materials. She recounts their impressions of life in Edinburgh, life at New College, Scottish and American friends, and her husband’s interactions with Tom Torrance, John McIntyre, James Stewart, John Baillie, and other faculty. Holmes was a regular pulpit supply in diverse Scottish churches. In March 1957, they took a trip to the Holy Land, Jordan and Israel. Summer 1957, they toured England and Scotland, Summer 1958, they toured Europe. There is an introductory summary and overview of the letters.

"Let there be light": Science, Theology, and Aesthetic Experience of Nature, Carl Howie Lectures, Howie Center for Science, Art, and Theology, Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, Virginia. Holmes Rolston delivers three lectures. Library of Congress Number: BH301.N3 R657 1998. pt. 1 pt. 2 pt. 3.
    The Planet Gone Wild. Lecture 1. DVD. October 9, 1998. 39 mins. "The Earth produces of itself." Mark 4.28. 1. Planetary Aesthetics: Earth from Space. 2. The Wild Planet: Biological Beauty. 3. Wildlands and Wonder. 4. The Planet with Promise. Online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/70419.
    Animals: Beasts Present in Flesh and Blood. Lecture 2. DVD. October 9. 1998. 52 minutes. "The young lions roar for their prey, seeking their food from God." Psalm 104.21. 1. Born Wild and Free. 2. Beauty in Motion. 3. Predators and Prey. 4. Humans: Aesthetic Animals. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/70418.
    Life: Perpetually Perishing, Perpetually Regenerated. Lecture 3. DVD. October 10, 1998. 1 hour, 6 mins. "...green pastures ... through the valley of the shadow of death" Psalm 23. 1. The Struggle for Survival. 2. The Evolution of Pain. 3. Regeneration and Redemption. 4. A Cruciform Creation. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/70420.

Living with Nature. 1992. DVD. 1 hour. Rolston interview in Athens, Georgia, April 6, 1992. 1. Values in Nature. 2. Following Nature. 3. Nature and Culture. 4. Aesthetics in Nature. 5. Concept of the Sublime. 6. Wilderness. 7. Increasing Environmental Concern. 8. Government and Business 9. Sustainability. 10. Residence on Landscapes. 11. Forests. 12. Regulation. Library of Congress Number: GE42.R6677 1992. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37820.

"Messaging Morality: Ethics across the Cosmos." Rolston lecture at a SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) workshop, February 14, 2015, Mountain View, California. 52 minutes. When we consider active SETI, or METI, transmitting messages that might be received by extraterrestrial intelligence, what might we say about human morality? Messages will more likely be understood if kept short and basic. Seek peace! Be fair! Tell the truth! Keep promises! Taking a longer view, considering transit millennia, we should transmit truths that are both profound and permanently true. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/89538.

Order and Disorder in Nature, Science, and Religion. 1993. DVD. 1 hour, 20 mins. Rolston plenary address, April 2, 1993, at Kentucky State University, Frankfort, Fourth Annual Conference on Science, Technology, and Religious Ideas, Institute of Liberal Studies. 1. Order in Physics. 2. Disorder in Physics. 3. Disorder in Biology. 4. Order in Biology. 5. Order and Disorder in Science. 6. Order and Disorder in Religion. Questions and Answers. Lecture published as: "Order and Disorder in Nature, Science, and Religion." Pages 1-14 in George W. Shields and Mark Shale, eds., Science, Technology and Religious Ideas.Proceedings of the Institute for Liberal Studies, vol. 4.Frankfort, KY: Institute for Liberal Studies, Kentucky State University, 1993. Library of Congress Number Q175.R544 1993.

Panel Discussion of the Two Cultures: Science and Religion in the Age of Darwin. 2006. DVD. Panel at The Ohio State University, November 2, 2006. Moderator: Joan M. Herbers, Dean, Biology, Ohio State University. Panelists: John F. Haught, Theology, Georgetown University; Edward J. Larson, Law, University of Georgia; Holmes Rolston, III, Philosophy, Colorado State University.

Philosopher Gone Wild - Photo-Media Biography. DVD. 43 minutes. Holmes Rolston biography compiled in 2008. Includes personal history with photographs; personal travels with photographs; and portions of lectures, interviews and presentations. Shenandoah Valley childhood. Education. Years in Southwest Virginia. Grand Canyon River run. Colorado State University, classroom. Interviews. Rolston-Rollin debate, 1989. Travels, Africa, Asia and Antarctica. Science and Religion. Gifford Lectures, Edinburgh, 1997-1998. Wilderness. Templeton Prize in Buckingham Palace, 2003. The Pasqueflower, 2008. Online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37821.

Preaching on the Environment. Rolston lecture at Taiwan Theological Seminary, Taipei, June 2, 2016. 1 hour, 16 minutes. mp4 file, also DVD disk. Available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/178138.  Also available on DVD disk at CSU Library. Biblical faith originated with a land ethic. Within the covenant, keeping the commandments, the Hebrew people entered a promised land. Nature is the creative, generative powers on Earth. Spirit is the animating principle that raises up life from the ground. Christian citizens ought to join others shaping a public environmental ethic. Earth is promised planet, planet with promise, sacred, holy ground.

Promised Land and Planet with Promise. Audio CD 22 minutes. http://hdl.handle.net/10217/80603. Chapel talk given by Holmes Rolston III at Eastern Mennonite University, Harrisonburg, Virginia, October 23, 2013. Anciently Palestine was a promised land. Landscapes east and west, north and south, on six continents have proved homelands that peoples can come to cherish and on which they can flourish. My forebears in the Shenandoah Valley, coming from Scotland, loved gospel and landscape, sometimes wondering which love took priority. When this wonderland Earth is seen as divine gift, grace, that vision makes more alarming that Earth is also a planet in peril. “A generation goes, and a generation comes, but the earth remains forever.” That ancient certainty needs now to become an urgent future hope. Today and for the centuries hence, the call is to see Earth as a planet with promise.

Why Wilderness? Rolston talk at the 2014 Mansfield Conference, "The Storied Past, The Troubled Future: The Imperative of Wilderness at 50 Years,"" held at the University of Montana, September 10-12. DVD, 43 minutes. Online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/86383 1. Half a Century of Wilderness. 2. Urban, Rural, Wild - Three-Dimensional Persons. 3. Wilderness is for People!? 4. Wilderness as Social Construct? Mind? 5. Wilderness as Social Construct? Hand? 6. The World that Runs Itself. Montana, the mountain state, can set a national and global example of conserving and celebrating wilderness.

Radio Panel, Earth Day 2005. KEMC PBS, Billings, Montana. Two audio CD disks. Kris Prinzing, host. Holmes Rolston, III, Colorado State University. Walter Gulick, Montana State University at Billings. Walter Lynn, Center for Humans and Nature, New York. On air dialogue, with call in questions, April 22, 2005.

Rediscovering, Rethinking Green Fire.  49 minutes.  DVD.  Rolston lecture at Utah Valley University, April 4, 2013.   Aldo Leopold shot a wolf a hundred years ago, the most iconic wolf kill in conservation history, a shooting now historically confirmed, which three decades he elevated into his “green fire” metaphor and symbol.    There are tensions.  Was Leopold a hypocrite?  He spent the rest of his life hunting and, trying to produce more game to kill.  Thinking like a mountain, thinking big in the big outdoors, there is a dramatic shift of focus from a dying wolf's eyes to a land ethic.  Thinking big enough, globally, Leopold's saving wolves, or wilderness, or game management seems simplistic and parochial before global warming or environmental justice.  Still, Leopold is on a moral frontier. 1. The Shooting - Rediscovered and Confirmed. 2. Green Fire - Metaphor and Symbol. 3. Game Management - Predators and Prey. 4. Thinking Like a Mountain - Wolves and Ecosystems. 5. Land Ethic - Respect for Life, Landscape Integrity.   6. Beyond Green Fire - Thinking Like a Planet.   A copy of the DVD is also available in the Colorado State University Library.  This is also online at http://cope.colostate.edu/1ois/cla/Green-Fire-Reconsidered.wmv.
Rollin-Rolston Debate on Environmental Ethics. 51 minutes. DVD.  A debate held at Colorado State University on November 29, 1989 and moderated by David Crocker, Professor of Philosophy. Bernard E. Rollin and Holmes Rolston, III, both in the CSU Department of Philosophy, debate environmental ethics. Rollin defends an animal welfare ethic and Rolston defends an ecocentric ethic. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37822.

Rolston - A Remarkably Free Man. 1982. Audio CD. 23 mins. Holmes Rolston preaches sermon at Mountain View Presbyterian Church, Loveland, Colorado, on August 22, 1982. We all want to be free. Jesus is remarkable for his freedom. He was born in humble circumstances, in a small nation oppressively ruled by the Romans. Yet he is free as he learns and teaches, with memorable insight into human nature, moving freely among high and low social classes, casual about material goods and property, speaking the truth without fear. Even as he goes to his death, he freely lays down his life in suffering love. This remarkably free man offers disciples similar ranges of freedom.

Rolston - “A Remarkably Free Man.” Sermon at First Presbyterian Church, Fort Collins, September 4, 2016. mp4 file, also DVD.   Available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/178136. Also available in CSU Library on DVD disk. Library of Congress Number: BS2555.54 .R665 2016.     Humans cherish freedom. Americans live in “the land of the free and the home of the brave.” College students, on leaving home, are free to do their thing. Many who consider themselves uninterested in religion are keenly interested in being free. Jesus, as recounted in the gospels, is a remarkably free man. Though a Galilean peasant, he moved freely among high and lower levels of social status, quick to be forthright and to cut to the quick in criticism. He revised and transformed both Hebrew and Greek thought, founded a great world faith, and is worshipped by billions of persons. He challenged Herod and the Roman tyranny of his day, also the Hebrew scriptures and religious authorities.   He was little concerned for his own physical needs, health, welfare, or security, though showing great compassion for others in need. He went to his death, afraid, a prisoner, yet freely, under the authority of his divine calling. His followers have in him a model for more genuine human freedom.

Rolston - American Veterinary Medical Association - Radio Spot - Ethics and Wild Animals. 1991. Audio CD disk. 3 mins. Produced by The American Veterinary Medical Association for use during Animal Welfare Week. Aired variously, November3-9, 1991.

Rolston - Australian Radio National - Sprit of Things 2003. Audio CD. 39 minutes. Holmes Rolston interviewed on Australian Radio National, "The Spirit of Things." Interviewer Rachael Kohn. Aired December 14, 2003. Rebroadcast December 18, 2003. Science and religion distinct? Partly true, like law and poetry, but science and religion can also overlap and be in dialogue. Science leaves value judgments as sharp and painful as ever. Biblical prophets said the land flows with milk and honey only if there is justice and love, a truth for today.
Richard Dawkins finds humans full of selfish genes. Rolston prefers to say that genes are self-actualizing, which is to defend the intrinsic value of their kind. Charles Birch, Australian biologist, celebrates life, and, as an ecologist, finds adapted fit, rather than selfish genes. Precursors of morality in animals? But only humans critically reflect about their morals: the rich versus the poor, abortion, justice and fairness. Rolston has quarreled with both science and religion for not finding intrinsic values in nature. Rolston has a notorious article advocating shooting poachers in Africa and keeping poor farmers' cattle off tiger sanctuaries in Nepal. Sacrificing the rhinos and tigers is only a short-term solution. Deeper problems are escalating population, widening gap between rich and poor, equitable distribution of food from already occupied lands. Cutting U. S. old-growth forests would give loggers jobs for only ten years. One ought to fix a problem in the right place.
Rolston recalls receiving the prize in Buckingham Palace, being a millionaire six hours, then giving it to endow a chair in science and religion at Davidson College, his alma mater. Riding horseback in Montana, finding gorillas and chimps in Africa, thinking about the three most advanced primates and their differences.
Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37486.

Rolston - Biological Conservation of Microbes. 1989. Audio CD. 40 mins.   Rolston seminar, Department of Microbiology, Colorado State University, on September 11, 1989.

Rolston - 自然與靈性 Christians and Environment - Taiwan 2008. DVD 25 mins. Holmes Rolston preaching in Shin-Tien Presbyterian Church, Hsien Tien City, Taipei, Taiwan, on November 9, 2008. In English. Sequential translation by Tsu-Mei Chen has been edited out, and replaced by Chinese subtitles. Often with superimposed pictures of the natural environment. Good video and well edited. Rolston recalls seeing the Confucius tree, sprouted 551 B.C., long before Jesus, when Jews were in captivity in Babylon. What will Earth be like 2,500 years hence? God's covenant was with Hebrews in a promised land, and also with the animals, the community of life on Earth. The Hebrews lived in a land flowing with milk and honey, if justice flowed down like waters. America is a promised land. Taiwan is Formosa, the beautiful island. Earth is a planet with promise. The Bible celebrates the cedars of Lebanon; Taiwan has similar cedars, such as the Confucius tree. We might be gaining Earth only to lose it. Earth is holy ground.

Rolston - Christians, Wildlife, Wildlands. 2004. Audio CD. 55 mins. Holmes Rolston presentation at St. Philip Presbyterian Church, Houston Texas, on January 25, 2004. The principal focus of Biblical faith is the culture established in the land. At the same time the Bible is full of constant reminders of the natural givens. Justice is to run down like waters, and the land flows with milk and honey. The fauna is included within the covenant. Life in artificial environments, without experiencing the divine creation is ungodly. Bringing a perspective of depth on wildlands, Christian conviction wants sanctuaries not only for humans, but also for wildlife.

Rolston - Earth Day 2007 - KRFC Collins. Audio CD disk. 6 mins. Interview by Caroline Harding, host, aired April 20, 2007 on Radio Station KRFC, Fort Collins, Colorado.

Rolston - Environmental Ethics in Yellowstone. 1989. Audio CD. 40 minutes. Rolston talk at the Greater Yellowstone Coalition Annual Conference, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, on May 19, 1989. Published as: "Biology and Philosophy in Yellowstone," Biology and Philosophy 5 (1990): 241-258. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/36774. Yellowstone National Park poses critical issues in biology and philosophy. Among these are (1) how to value nature, especially at the ecosystem level, and whether to let nature take its course or employ hands-on scientific management; (2) the meaning of "natural" as this operates in park policy; (3) establishing biological claims on the scale of regional systems; (4) the interplay of natural and cultural history, involving both native and European Americans; (5) and sociopolitical forces as determinants in biological discovery. Alston Chase's strident Playing God in Yellowstone is criticized and used as a test of David Hull's naturalistic philosophy of biology. Biology and philosophy in Yellowstone ought to combine for an appropriate environmental ethic..

Rolston Interview - Armenia - VEM Radio FM 101.6. Audio CD. 25 mins. Holmes Rolston interviewed after winning the Templeton prize, on VEM, FM 101.6, Yervevan, Armenia. Interviewer Manuk Hergnyan. Aired September 7, 2003.

Rolston Interview - CPR - Colorado Public Radio. 2003. Audio CD. 23 mins. Holmes Rolston interviewed by Dan Drayer, on Colorado Matters, aired April 18, 2003, and thereafter throughout the state. Rolston, "the father of environmental ethics," wins Templeton Prize. Rolston pleased at recognition of the conservation causes which he has been advocating. Rolston's lover's quarrels with science and religion. Intrinsic value in nature. Biology is value-laden. Psalm 23 portrays nature as both green pastures and the valley of the shadow of death. Rolston's work with policy and government organizations. State of the Colorado environment in 2003.  Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37386.

Rolston Interview - Jefferson Radio, Oregon. 2003. Audio CD. 1 hour. In two parts: (1) Brief introduction. (2) Longer interview. Holmes Rolston interviewed on program Jefferson Exchange, following winning the Templeton Prize, Jefferson Public Radio, Ashland, Oregon. Interviewer Jeff Golden, Producer Keith Henry. Aired April 30, 2003.

Rolston Interview - KSFR Chico, California. 2004. Audio CD, 55 minutes. Rolston interviewed by Randy Larsen, former student, and host of Eco-talk. January 20, 2004, on KZFR Community Radio, Chico, CA. Rolston's ideas and his biographical experience. Rolston in a lover's quarrel with the three disciplines he loves: philosophy, theology, and science. Rolston's recollections of his mother, father, grandparents and their love of nature. Science enriches a sense of creativity on Earth. Awe at the stars in the night sky, but the Western cowboy wondered "if their glory exceeds that of ours." Rolston's heroes, including his parents and grandparents and their Scottish heritage. Rolston recalls spiritual experiences in nature, discovering a Whorled Pogonia in remote Virginia mountains, also a rock cut in Tennessee Mountains, where he was surprised by a sheriff hunting moonshiners. How did his ought arise from rock? Current lectures and international travels in progress. Main environmental threat is escalating capitalism and consumerism, difficult to regulate.

Rolston Interviews - Northland College, Ashland, Wisconsin, 2007. Audio CD disk. Short radio interviews of Holmes Rolston on Station WOJB, Hayward, Wisconsin, March 15, 2007, and KUWS, Superior, Wisconsin, March 19, 2007, prospective to his giving the Van Evera Lecture Series, Northland College, Ashland, Wisconsin.

Rolston Interview - NPR - National Public Radio. 2003. Audio CD. 4 minutes. Holmes Rolston interviewed by Robert Siegel, on the program All Things Considered, when he won the Templeton Prize. Aired March 19, 2003.

Rolston Interview NTDTV Taiwan.  Holmes Rolston is interviewed by a reporter for NTDTV, New Tang Dynasty TV, about pollution from Formosa Plastics at How-May-Li wetland, Taiwan, on June 3, 2016.   From NTDTV newscast.  2 mins. 49 seconds. mp4 file. Also available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/178140. Also available on DVD disk in CSU Library. Library of Congress Call Number: QH87.3 .R665 2016.

Rolston Interview - Station KOFO, Ottawa, Kansas, 2004. Audio CD. 12 mins. Holmes Rolston interviewed in relation to two lectures on the campus of Ottawa University. Topics: Bible and ecology, global capitalism, American empire. Genes, genesis, and God. Marvelous creativity found in evolutionary genetics. Rolston's lover's quarrels with both biology and theology. Opportunities for opening up new perspectives. Remarks about winning the Templeton prize.

Rolston on Danish Radio: Kirkens role I miljødebatten (The role of the Church in the environmental debate). 2006. Program: Mennersker og tro (People and faith). Aired December 3, 2006. Audio CD disk. Track 1 - Interview in English, 26 minutes. Track 2. Program in Danish, 49 minutes, shortened a little from the original 56 minutes. Rolston is discussed in latter part, with two quotes in English at 39 minutes, 0 seconds, and 41 minutes.
On the first Sunday of Advent in the churches we hear about how God has founded the world on the oceans and the currents (Psalm 24). How do we understand that text in a time when we hear about changes in the oceans and their currents? Pastor Martin Ishøy talks about the role of the church in the environmental debate and about sustainability in a Christian perspective. Afterward, the father of environmental ethics, Professor Holmes Rolston, III, talks about how he sees signs of the existence of God in the universe. Interview with Rolston in Copenhagen, August, 2006. Interviewer: Anders Laugesen.

Rolston – One Health - EcoHealth. Lecture at National Taiwan University, Risk Society and Policy Research Center, College of Social Science, June 8, 2016. 1 hour, 17 minutes. mp4 file. Also DVD. Available online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/178135. Also available in CSU Library on DVD disk at: GF50 .R66 2016.
There is only one world and only one health.   Health effects ripple throughout the web of life.   Human health requires thinking in ecological contexts, increasingly in more global ones. This further suggests more inclusive ethical concerns: global, international, and interspecific, beyond the immediate protection of human individuals from disease. Developed countries, which may have thought themselves protected with their high technologies and advanced medical systems, discover they are still linked with health, human and animal, in the developing world, even in wild nature, and vulnerable to disruptions there, to which they may also be contributing. Thinking of health must consider our entwined destiny with our landscapes. Ecology is strikingly like medical science. Both are therapeutic sciences. Ecologists are responsible for environmental health, which is really another form of public health. Health is just as much "skin-out" as it is "skin-in." It is hard to live a healthy life in a sick environment.

Rolston - Pasqueflower: Perpetually Perishing, Renewed. 2 minutes. DVD. Excerpt of Holmes Rolston examining and thinking about the Pasqueflower , early wildflower, as a floral sign of life renewed in the midst of its perpetual perishing.

Rolston - Retirement 2008. DVD. 58 minutes. Holmes Rolston III retirement Philosophy Department dinner, May 15, 2008. Also Ann Gill, Dean, College of Liberal Arts, recognition, April 17, 2008.

Rolston - St. Francis Lecture, Providence Univ - Taiwan 2008. DVD. 1 hour, 20 mins. HolmesRolston gives inaugural St. Francis of Assisi Lecture, Providence University, Shalu, Taichung, Taiwan, on October 17, 2008. Lecture: Caring for the Earth: Promised Land and a Planet of Promise. In English with sequential translation into Chinese by Lin, Yih-Ren, Institute of Ecology, Providence University. The Hebrews were given a promised land; we today have a planet with promise. The land flows with milk and honey, but only if justice rolls down like waters. Earth is a providing ground; there is providence (cf. Providence University). Bible writers celebrated life; the Spirit of God animates Earth, and Earth gives birth. Animals are included in the covenant, preserved in the days of Noah. Theology and biology agree that Earth is prolific. Both respect life. Life in jeopardy, threat of extinction is tragic. Creative genesis requires both order and disorder. Wonderland Earth. The audience had a book of the PowerPoint slides, with some translated into Chinese, especially the Bible quotations.

Rolston - Taiwan Forestry Research Institute 2008. 2 DVDs. Disk 1. Lecture: Environmental Ethics, Global Warming and Forests. November 13, 2008. 1 hour, 15 mins. Introductions in Chinese and English, second introduction by King, Hen-Bau, (former) director of Forestry Institute. Part 1, Main Rolston lecture. Part 2, Lecture continues. Forests surround us with deep time, take one back through the centuries, bring the past for present encounter. A forest is not a museum. A forest yesterday is being transformed into tomorrow. Can those who love forests bring a deeper perspective? Can foresters bring a deeper perspective? Can a nation that conserves its forests see further, better? Does a managed nature bring the end of wild forests? Does global warming bring an end to wild forests? Does sustainable development bring an end to wild forests. Does a focus on ecosystems and landscapes preserve forests? Forests offer the signature of time and eternity. The forests of Taiwan. Sacred groves. The Confucius tree, 551 B.C., 2500 years old. Will we have forests 2500 years into future? Loving forests is vital in environmental ethics. Disk 2. Questions and Answers. 40 mins. Questions often of personal nature. Photo album, still photos.

Rolston - Technology and/or Nature: Denatured/Renatured/Engineered/Artifacted Life? 2016. Rolston gave this lecture at the Bovray Workhop on Engineering and Applied Ethics at Texas A&M University on February 15, 2016. His lecture is followed by critical commentary by Clare Palmer, Philosophy, Texas A&M. 2 DVDs. Disk 1, Rolston lecture, 58 minutes. Disk 2, Palmer commentary, 20 minutes. Also mp4 file. In our high-tech world, do we live at the end of nature? Is the technosphere replacing the biosphere? Can humans control their genetically inherited Pleistocene appetites in an Anthropocene Epoch? Is experience of the urban, rural, and wild a three-dimensional life, with life focused on fewer dimensions under-privileged?   Do we, ought we, wish to live on an engineered planet? Would this fulfill human destiny or display human arrogance, failing to embrace our home planet in care and wonder? True, we must become civilized. Be a resident on your landscape.   True, the future holds advancing technology. But equally: we do not want to live a de-natured life, on a de-natured planet. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/172774.

Rolston - Templeton Prize - Radio Vaticana 2003. Audio CD. 14 mins., in English. Rolston interviewed on Radio Vaticana by Carol Glatz. 2003. Aired variously in 61 countries on 5 continents. Interview took place on May 7, 2003. Rolston on intrinsic value. Childhood memories of surrounding nature in Scots Presbyterian Valley of Virginia. Both biologists and theologians are challenged at first by Rolston's arguments for intrinsic value. Biologists now keenly interested in biodiversity conservation and theologians with new interest in human relations to natural world. Enlightened self-interests cleans up the water and air, provides sustainable forestry. But this is only half of environmental ethics. Humane treatment of animals, saving wilderness areas and endangered species requires caring for nature for what it is in itself. Environmental concerns involve a just distribution of goods of the Earth. Abundant life in the Bible does not demand escalating consumption. The main agenda in the new millennium is to get humans into a sustainable relationship with their environment and that requires both justice and caring for the creation. Rolston endows chair at Davidson College.

Rolston - Templeton Prize - Voice of America. 2003. Audio CD disk. 2-3 mins. Holmes Rolston Wins This Year's Templeton Prize. Newscaster James Donahower, reporting Holmes Rolston winning the Templeton Prize, with Rolston comments. Aired March 19, 2003. Also online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37609.

Rolston - Templeton - United Christian Broadcasters - UCB - Europe. 2003. Audio CD disk. 3 minutes. Holmes Rolston Wins Templeton Prize. May 6, 2003. Interviewer George Luke. Aired variously on Christian broadcasting stations in Europe.

Rolston - Templeton Prize - Utah Public Radio 2003. Audio CD disk. 25 minutes. Rolston Interview on Utah Public Radio, program "Access Utah." Interviewer Lee Austin. Live on KUSU, KUSR-FM, and rebroadcast throughout the state. April 4, 2003. Rolston to receive the Templeton Prize at Buckingham Palace, May 7. Lecturing at Utah State University. Came as a surprise. Reverence for nature versus respect for nature. Both value-free science and anthropocentric theology devalue nature. Biblical dominion over nature. Mastery and control versus tending the garden Earth. Psalmists, Job, Jesus celebrate glories in natural Word. Earth has genetic natural history, marvelous creativity. Rolston a "philosopher gone wild."
Wildness on public lands in the West. But only 5% of U.S. landscape is wilderness nationwide. A philosopher at a cow college claims to be wiser than Socrates. Socrates was right: "An unexamined life is not worth living." But he was wrong: "Trees and country places can't teach me anything." Rolston is wiser than Socrates: "Life in an unexamined world is not worthy living either." Rolston reared among Shenandoah Valley Scots Presbyterians, who loved gospel and landscape. What a society does to its slaves, women, minorities--and wildlife and wildlands-reveals the character of that society. Rolston has been hugging trees for three decades and wins a million dollar prize. He is headed for Buckingham Palace, then the Bob Marshall Wilderness in Montana, then will go searching for gorillas in Uganda. Endowing chair at Davidson College.

Rolston - The Good Samaritan and his Genes. 2002. Audio CD. 1 hour, 12 mins. Holmes Rolston lecture at a conference on Biology and Morality, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Published as: "The Good Samaritan and His Genes," pages 238-252 in Philip Clayton and Jeffrey Schloss, eds., Evolution and Ethics: Human Morality in Biological and Religious Perspective. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2004. The Good Samaritan helping non-genetically related other does not fit well into a Darwinian framework. Some biologists claim he is constitutionally (=genetically) unable to act for the victim's sake. There must be a self-interested account. The Samaritan, deceived about his motives, is rewarded with reproductively profitable reputation. But such behavior, praised and imitated, jumps genetic lines and there is no differential survival advantage. Online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37322.

Science Friday. NPR Radio. 2005. Audio CD disk. 59 minutes. Host Ira Flatow. Holmes Rolston and others in dialogue about science and religion, especially religion and the physical sciences. Aired January 21, 2005.

Serengeti Wildebeest Migration. DVD. About 1 hr. Tanzania, March, 2007. Holmes Rolston III and Jane Wilson Rolston on safari following the annual wildebeest migration in the Serengeti. Another account of this expedition is: "Exploring the Great Migration of the Serengeti," Fort Collins Coloradoan, June 3, 2007, p. E4. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37330.

StoryCorps Interview. Holmes Rolston III. Rolston interviewed by Douglas Yeager, December 11, 2011. Audio CD, 43 mins. StoryCorps is a national project recording selected persons with interesting careers, available online, often broadcast on NPR, and placed in the Library of Congress. Rolston's youth in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. The father of environmental ethics exploring new directions interpreting values in nature. Life has a logic, a capacity for creative genesis, and that opens up possibilities for religious interpretation. Early publications, rejected, later reprinted many times. Personal agenda, loving nature, turns out to be a global environmental crisis. Recollections of being awarded the Templeton Prize. and of giving the Gifford Lectures, Edinburgh. The importance of information, beyond matter and energy, in biology, coded in DNA, yet limits to genetic explanations. Online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/48079.

Sustainable Development vs. Sustainable Biosphere 2009. DVD. 30 minutes. Presentation by Holmes Rolston III to the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Chicago, February 14, 2009. Economy can be prioritized, with the environment contributory. At the other pole, the environment is prioritized. A sustainable biosphere model demands a baseline respect for the integrity of natural systems. The economy must be worked out within a quality environment. Neither economics nor ecology is well equipped to analyze this issue ethically. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/40518.

Sustainable Development vs. Sustainable Biosphere 2014. DVD. 20 minutes. Short version of the above, presented via electronic copy at the Fenner Conference on the Environment, October 2-3, 2014, The University of New South Wales, Australia.

Tales of Theron and Holmes Rolston, brothers, and their father, Holmes Rolston (1864-1924). Audio CD disk, 67 minutes. As told by Holmes Rolston III at a family reunion, Virginia Beach, Virginia, on July 30, 2013. There is also a copy in Rolston, Colorado State University Archives, paper files.

The Anthropocene!! Beyond the Natural? DVD disk, audio with PowerPoint slides. 1 hour, 6 mins. Rolston presentation at the Fall 2012 Center for Collaborative Conservation Seminar and Discussion Series, "Power and Ethics in (Collaborative) Conservation", August 28, 2012, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. We are now entering the Epoch - so runs a recent enthusiastic claim. Humans can and ought go beyond the natural and powerfully engineer a better planet, managing for climate change, building new ecosystems for a more prosperous future. Perhaps the Anthropocene is inevitable. But: Rejoice? Accommodate? Accept it, alas? Perhaps the wiser, more ethical course is not so much "beyond" as "keeping the natural in "symbiosis" with humans. Enter the Semi-Anthropocene! Basically Natural! Carefully! Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/68177.

The Anthropocene!! Beyond the Natural? Audio CD disk. 1 hour, 6 mins. Lecture by Holmes Rolston, April 3, 2012, at Utah Valley University, Orem Utah, Center for the Study of Ethics. We are now entering the Anthropocene Epoch - so runs a recent enthusiastic claim. Humans can and ought go beyond the natural and powerfully engineer a better planet, managing for climate change, building new ecosystems for a more prosperous future. Perhaps the Anthropocene is inevitable. But: Rejoice? Accommodate? Accept it, alas? Perhaps the wiser, more ethical course is not so much "beyond" as "keeping the natural in "symbiosis" with humans. Enter the Semi-Anthropocene! Basically Natural! Carefully!
Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/68177.

The Future of Environmental Ethics (2008). DVD. 1 hour, 26 mins. Thomas W. Overholt Lecture given by Holmes Rolston III on November 20, 2008 at the University of Wisconsin--Stevens Point. Lecture considers: 1. A managed Earth and the end of nature? 2. Global warming: too hot to handle? 3. Human nature: Pleistocene appetites? 4. Sustainable development vs. sustainable biosphere. 5. Biodiversity: good for us/good in itself. 6. Earth ethics. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37819.

The Future of Environmental Ethics (2010). DVD. 56 mins. TILT (The Institute for Learning and Teaching) Lecture given at Colorado State University, September 22, 2010. Revision of the 2008 lecture. Lecture considers: 1. A managed Earth and the end of nature? 2. Global warming: too hot to handle? 3. Human nature: Pleistocene appetites? 4. Sustainable development vs. sustainable biosphere. 5. Biodiversity: good for us/good in itself. 6. Earth ethics. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/80889

The Science and Religion Dialogue: Why It Matters. DVD. 30 mins. Public event sponsored by the International Society for Science and Religion, Sheraton Boston Hotel, August 19, 2004. Rolston lecture only from three Templeton Prize laureates in an exchange across the common borders of science and theology. Moderated by Owen Gingerich, Harvard University. Videotaped by WGBH Forum Network.
Seen in terms of their long-range personal and cultural impacts, science and religion are the two most important forces in today's world. Science cannot teach us what we need most to know about either nature or culture: how to value it. Science increasingly opens up religious questions. The future of religion depends on the dialogue. The dialogue offers new opportunities for understanding and confronting suffering and evil. The future of Earth depends on this dialogue. Also online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37482. Also in print in: "The Science and Religion Dialogue: Why It Matters."  Pages 33-37 in Fraser Watts and Kevin Dutton, eds., Why the Science and Religion Dialogue Matters (Philadelphia: Templeton Foundation Press, 2006).http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37440.

The Science and Religion Dialogue: Why It Matters. DVD. 2 hours. Public event sponsored by the International Society for Science and Religion, Sheraton Boston Hotel, August 19, 2004. Three Templeton Prize laureates, George F. R. Ellis, Holmes Rolston, III, and John C. Polkinghorne, in an exchange across the common borders of science and theology. Questions and answers. Moderated by Owen Gingerich, Harvard Universtiy. Videotaped by WGBH Forum Network.

Theological Construction in Relation to an Evolutionary Nature. Two audio CD disks. Total 2 hours. Presentation by Holmes Rolston III, "Nature, History, and God," at the American Academy of Religion, Kansas City, November 24, 1991, in a session analyzing the work of Gordon Kaufman, Harvard Divinity School. Respondents: Sheila Davaney, Iliff School of Theology, Holmes Rolston, III, Colorado State University, and Robert Russell, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley. Theologians should accept but need not cower before the explanatory successes of evolutionary biology. Part of the answer is to be more aggressive as a theologian in addressing the limitations of naturalism.

Three Big Bangs: Matter-Energy, Life, Mind. DVD. 1 hour, 23 mins. Willard O. Eddy lecture given by Holmes Rolston III at Colorado State University on September 18, 2008. There are "three big bangs" in natural history. 1. At the primordial big bang, matter-energy appears. 2. Life explodes on Earth with DNA discovering, storing, and transferring information. 3. The human genius, a massive singularity, crosses a trans-genetic threshold, generating language and making possible cumulative transmissible cultures, radically novel in kind and in scale. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37823.

Three Big Bangs: Matter-Energy, Life, Mind. DVD. 1 hour, 20 mins. Lecture by Holmes Rolston III in the Catholic Heritage Lecture Series, Seattle University, February 10, 2011. There are "three big bangs" in natural history. 1. At the primordial big bang, matter-energy appears. 2. Life explodes on Earth with DNA discovering, storing, and transferring information. 3. The human genius, a massive singularity, crosses a trans-genetic threshold, generating language and making possible cumulative transmissible cultures, radically novel in kind and in scale.

Three Big Questions. Big Bang: Start Up! Set Up? Lecture by Holmes Rolston, III, with commentary by Roger Culver and Sanford Kern. Recorded February 16, 2012. DVD. 1 hour, 10 minutes. Produced by Department of Philosophy, Colorado State University. Elements essential to life are made in the stars. Some explode; their matter condensed as planets, on one of which life evolves What should we make of this? Dismiss the puzzle? It really isn't surprising that the universe has produced us. But those who want a fuller explanation will find it impressive to discover that what seem to be widely varied facts cannot vary widely if the universe is to generate matter, life, and mind Might the start up big bang might also be a set up for creative genesis. Does the astrophysics and microphysics shape our metaphysics?
Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/67468.

Three Big Questions. Life: Full House! Lonely Planet? Lecture by Holmes Rolston, III, with commentary by Michael Antolin and John McKay. Recorded March 22, 2012. DVD. 1 hour, 13 minutes. Produced by the Department of Philosophy, Colorado State University. Where once there were no species on Earth, there are today five to ten million. Information coded in DNA, a "cybernetic" molecule. makes possible a creative upflow of life struggling through turnover of species and resulting in more diverse and complex forms of life, producing a wonderland of biodiversity. Life is ever "conserved," biologists might say; life is perpetually "redeemed," theologians might say. Is such creative evolutionary natural history probable, improbably, lucky, random, ordered, disordered, inevitable? Is wonderland Earth a lonely planet? What of the human responsibility to respect life? Is life sacred? A gift?
Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/67472.

Three Big Questions. Human Singularity. Mind. Spirit. Lecture by Holmes Rolston, III, with commentary by Wayne Viney and Bryan Dik. Recorded April 26, 2012. Two DVDs. Disk 1, Lecture, 44 minutes. Disk 2, Discussion, 54 minutes. Produced by the Department of Philosophy, Colorado State University. Humans on Earth are a singularity beyond animal achievements, considering genetics, neuroscience, moral, psychological, philosophical, and spiritual experience. This gives humans a unique dignity. Science has been discovering deep space, deep time, and pushing deep down into subatomic nature On astronomical scales, we are cosmic dwarfs. But another perspective is possible: If we ask where the "deep" thoughts about this "deep" nature are, they are right here. Such thoughts are scientific, they are also philosophical and religious. We alone can ask big questions. Online at:http://hdl.handle.net/10217/67471.

Three Big Bangs: Matter-Energy, Life, Mind: Are We the Biggest? Chaplain's Lecture at Westminster Canterbury Richmond (a retirement home), Richmond, Virginia. October 20, 2015. 1 hour, 18 minutes.   DVD. Also mp4 file. In our lifetimes, we who are senior citizens have learned from the recent discoveries of scientists some startling facts about the universe. At the primordial big bang, matter/energy appears, with the remarkable capacity to generate heavier elements and complexity. Life explodes on Earth, with DNA discovering, storing, and transferring information, escalating biodiversity and biocomplexity. The mind that each of us has is by far the most complex thing known in the universe. Living at the center of such caring, loving intelligence we can and must wonder about the big questions. Is there sacred Logos in, with, and under such breakthrough creativity? What have we learned in our lifetimes that helps us to answer the question whether we are the biggest? Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/172775.

Uganda 2003: Gorillas and Chimpanzees. DVD. 40 minutes. Rolston trip to Uganda in search of gorillas and chimpanzees, filmed by Lloyd Camp. Scenes in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, in Kibale Forest, and at Ngama Island Sanctuary. An account of this trip is also found in "Nature of the Beast : In Uganda, People and Primates Face Unique Struggles." Coloradoan (Fort Collins), December 7, 2003, sec. G.
Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/37332.

Using Water Naturally. 2 audio CD disks. Rolston lecture (1 hour, 6 mins), with discussion (1 hour), July 24, 2004, at Institute on Religion in an Age of Science (IRAS) Conference, Star Island, Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Using water naturally can seem to have little to do with using water ethically. Contemporary water use is by prior appropriation, where seniors have rights to water they first took. This develops into water use economically, when water is a property right that can be traded in markets. Neither use considers a still more fundamental need to use water ecoystemically. Many present and planned water uses are unnatural, and unwise. Asking about using water naturally can better orient us to what we ought to do, both prudentially and morally.

 



Trails and Trips:

This material is at present only online, not in the Rolston Collection in the Eddy Library, nor in Rolston CSU Library paper archives.

Trail log 1960-1969.”  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39091.  Rolston accounts of wilderness horseback trip in the San Juan Mountains, vicinity of Durango, Colorado, 1965; of Philmont Scout Ranch, New Mexico, and a Grand Canyon River Run, 1967. Local Colorado trails and trips, fall 1968.

“Trail log 1970-1979.”  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39092.  Rolston accounts of climbs of Long’s Peak, Rocky Mountain National Park in 1970 and 1971.  Accounts of hiking and backpacking, Appalachian Trail, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia. Accounts of Rawah Mountains, Mt. Elbert, Mt. Massive, Indian Peaks, Colorado, Yellowstone National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, Arches National Park, 1970-1979.

“Trail log 1980-1989.”  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39098.  Rolston accounts of wilderness trips, Colorado, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia. Ontario, Canada. Symposia, Greater Yellowstone Coalition, Montana State University, Zen Buddhism, Kyoto, Japan. Field botany with William Weber, University of Colorado, at Meeker, Colorado. Climb of Long's Peak, August 28, 1988, Visit to Aldo Leopold shack, with Nina Leopold Bradley, Wisconsin. Begins with summary of the decade.

“Trail log 1990-1994.”  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39096.  Rolston accounts: South Africa, October 1990. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Brazil and United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), Rio de Janeiro. Pantanal. Amazon, 1992. Europe, Wales,, Scotland, World Congress of Philosophy, Moscow, 1993, Oxford, England, and Norway, with Arne Naess.Israel and Society for Preservation of Nature in Israel, Eilat, 1994. Finland and North Cape. Bob Marshall Wilderness trip, 1994.

“Trail log 1995-1997.”  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39097.  Rolston accounts: Africa: East Africa, South Africa, 1995, Slovenia, 1995. Yellowstone wolves. Minnesota wolves. Sweden, Oxford, Denmark, Romania, Estonia, 1996. Australia, 1996. Siberia, Lake Baikal, 1997.

“Trail log 1998-1999.”  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/39095.  Rolston accounts: India and Nepal, 1998. Pokhara, trek in Annapurna vicinity, Royal Chitwan National Park, Mount Everest area trip. Finland, Aesthetics of Mires and Peatlands, Norway, North Cape, Murmansk, Russia, 1998. Sawtooths and River Run, Middle Fork Salmon, Idaho.. North China, nature reserves, 1998. Botswana and Tanzania, 1999. Sawtooths and Bighorn Crags, wilderness hiking. Idaho, 1999.

“Trail log 2000-2004.”  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/41103.  Rolston accounts of: Antarctica, 2000 Yellowstone wolves. Backroads China, 2000. Brazil: Campo Grande and Pantanal. Churchill, Manitoba, and northern lights, 2001. Llama packing, Escalante Canyon, Utah. Guam and Inter-Pacific Science Congress. Spain. Edinburgh. Ethiopia and Uganda, 2003, Gorillas and chimpanzees. Bob Marshall Wilderness, North Chinese Wall, July 2003. Taiwan, March 2004. Teaching, spring term, Washington and Lee University. Lexington, VA, Yosemite National Park, and California Bar Association, Environmental Law.

“Trail log 2005-2009.”  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/41104.  Rolston accounts of: Belize, 2005. Iceland, 2005. Yukon Territory, 2005. Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness, 2005. Yale University, 2005-2006. Nassau, Bahamas. 2006-2007. Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, 2007. Serengeti wildebeest migration, 2007. Morelia, Mexico, 2008. Galapagos Islands, 2008. Bob Marshall Wilderness, 2008, Taiwan. 2008. Finland, 2009. Korea 2009. London and Royal Institute of Philosophy lecture, 2009.

“Trail log 2010-2011.”  http://hdl.handle.net/10217/48080.  Rolston accounts of trips:
2010 Colby College, and Maine woods, April. Virginia and Shenandoah Mountains, Rockbridge Baths, VA, April. Yellowstone National Park, Wildlife Watching and Wolf Ecology and Management Seminars, wolves, May. Indian Peaks Wilderness, Colorado, Arapaho and Caribou Pass, backpacking, August. Madagascar, lemurs, sifakas, chameleons, spiny forest, October.
2011. March, Yelllowstone wolves, American Church, Paris, March-April. Texas Panhandle, Lubbock, TX, April. Nijmegen, Netherlands, International Society for Environmental Ethics, June. Newcastle, UK: Sixth International conference on Environmental Futures, July. Symposium, Helsingør, Denmark, August. Singapore and South Asia, September. National University of Singapore. Billyoh Wetland Reserve, Singapore. Indonesia and Komodo dragons. Cambodia. Viet Nam.

“Trail log 2012.” http://hdl.handle.net/10217/79017. Rolston accounts of Yellowstone wolves, March; Utah Valley University and Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, April, Socorro isopods (endangered species), Socorro, NM; Rediscovering Aldo Leopold’s “Green Fire” site of wolf kill, Apache National Forest, Arizona; July-August; Medicine Bow Mountains, Wyoming, August.

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