Recent Publications

Kari Väyrynen:

'Nicolai Hartmann's Concept of Causality', in Peterson, Keith R. & Poli, Roberto (ed.): New Research on the Philosophy of Nicolai Hartmann. De Gruyter: Berlin 2016, p. 45-64.

'Philosophie, Geographie, Geschichte: eine 'kosmopolitische' Vermittlung der Natur und Freiheit bei Kant'. Akten des 12. Internationaler Kant-Kongresses. De Gruyter: Berlin 2016.

'Kant's Early Critique of Anthropocentric Metaphysics and its Influence on Herder', in: Timosaari, Niina (ed.): Aatteiden ja oppien teillä. Juha Mannisen juhlakirja. Pohjois-Suomen historiallinen yhdistys: Rovaniemi 2014, p. 129-144.

'Hyveet ympäristöetiikassa' ('Environmental virtue ethics'), in: Hämäläinen, Nora & Lemetti, Juhana & Niiniluoto, Ilkka (ed.): Hyve. Filosofisia tutkimuksia Helsingin yliopistosta. Tampere 2014, 387-399.

Kari Väyrynen & Jarmo Pulkkinen (toim.): Historianfilosofia. (Philosophy of History). Vastapaino: Tampere 2015. 436 p.

 

Esa Ruuskanen:

'Encroaching Irish bogland frontiers: science, policy and aspirations, 1770-1840'. In Histories of Technology, Environment, and Modern Britain, edited by Jon Agar and Jacob Ward.  London: UCL Press, 2018: 16–32.

'Framing, valuing and assessing the environment: August Wilhelm Hupel’s perceptions of Baltic nature and settings for human activities'. Journal of Baltic Studies, Published online 15 Feb 2018, 1–16.

Ruuskanen, Esa and Väyrynen, Kari. 'Theory and prospects of environmental history'. Rethinking History, Issue 4, Vol. 21 (2017), 456–473.

'Valuing wetlands and peatlands: Mires in the natural resource and land use policies in the Nordic countries from the late eighteenth century to the present day', in Winder, Gordon M. and Dix, Andreas (eds.): Trading Environments: Frontiers, Commercial Knowledge, and Environmental Transformation, 1750-1990. Routledge: New York 2016, p. 118-137.

'Energy supply and regulation (together with Park Seung-Joon)', in Yasushi Tanaka et al (eds.): Comparing Post-War Japanese and Finnish Economies and Societies: Longitudinal Perspectives. Routledge: New York 2015, p. 113-131.

Last updated: 8.10.2018