Rethinking Green Politics: Nature, Virtue and Progress

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    Acknowledgements

    I dedicate this book to my partner Yvonne who has not only been an unfailing source of encouragement, solace and support, but has also commented extensively upon it and made numerous suggestions. Her patience and forbearance (and the occasional demand to stop prevaricating!) have been instrumental and invaluable in writing this book. For constantly reminding me that there is more to life than simply reflecting upon it, I am particularly grateful.

    Like many first books, this one began life as a PhD thesis. As such, I would like to thank my supervisor, Chris Berry, to whom I owe a great debt of gratitude for his patience and ‘wise stewardship’. In particular I wish to thank him for his excellent supervision sessions, for extensive and detailed comments on every draft, and most of all for reminding me that while academic work may be qualitatively different from other forms of employment, it is after all a job. I thank him for reminding me of the dangers of taking oneself too seriously. The coherence and clarity of the book owe much to him. It goes without saying that any shortcomings I claim for myself.

    Thanks are also due to my colleagues at Keele who have commented on or with whom I have discussed parts of my argument. My colleagues in the Politics Department - Margaret Canovan, Paula Casal, Andy Dobson, Brian Doherty, John Horton, Rosemary O'Kane and Lucy Sargisson (now at Nottingham) - may find some of the points they raised either included or answered in the text. I would also like to thank colleagues in other departments at Keele, particularly Mat Paterson in International Relations and John Proops in Environmental Social Sciences. Thanks are also due to those undergraduate students who took my Nature and Politics course from 1994 to 1996, those who took the MA in Environmental Politics (1997–8), and finally the lively and convivial research community on green political issues within both the Department of Politics and the University more widely.

    The 1992 European Consortium on Political Research Workshop on Democracy and Green Politics in Madrid provided me not only with an opportunity to present my ideas to some of those thinkers, writers and commentators whose work peppers this book, but also with the opportunity to debate and argue with them. Sections of Chapter 7 were written for and developed from that workshop, and I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the participants. Marius de Geus, who also attended that workshop, had already very kindly commented on some early drafts of Chapters 4, 5 and 7, and I am grateful for his generosity. The Green Politics Reading Group at Keele, where I presented an early version of Chapter 2, also deserves a word of thanks. Other individuals that I would like to thank include Marcel Wissenburg for his extensive and witty comments on an earlier draft of the book, Kay Milton whose anthropological insights were particularly useful in Chapter 3, Avner de-Shalit and Graham Smith, Damian White and all those who attended workshops at Interdisciplinary Research Network on Environment and Society (IRNES) conferences from 1992 to 1995. Ian Holliday and anonymous referees offered suggestions which have improved the book, and, together with Lucy Robinson at Sage, were instrumental in enabling me to ‘de-PhD’ the manuscript. Responsibility for any enduring marks of the latter on the book is entirely mine.

    Finally, I would like to thank all those I have not mentioned with whom I have discussed, argued and debated over the last number of years, both within and without academia. Long may the arguments continue.

    JohnBarryKeele
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