Wilderness, Justice and Economics

A Paper by Ian Mason, Principal, School of Economic Science, presented for the Altai Forum, May 27–30, 2014

It also has to be recognised that human beings have at least two relevant qualities: creative power and freedom of choice. The combination without discrimination can also be immensely destructive. But we also have powers of reason and discrimination and the possibility of foresight. These enable us to discriminate and adapt when we see that our conduct is having adverse consequences.

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