From this point the main theoretical focus shifts from a justification of prima facie moral principles, including principles of social or distributive justice, and a basic understanding of conservation and of the common good, to a practical morality involved more closely with on-going problems of conservation. This chapter concentrates on the administration of conservation from a moral standpoint, though still concerned largely with theoretical questions in their application to practical problems. The next chapter is more concerned with the complexities in practice which obstruct moral solutions to conservation problems. Together, the two chapters serve to show both how wide the gap is between moral principles and the practice of conservation, and how difficult it is in practice to have a single-minded moral perspective on conservation which contributes to the common good.
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