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Publisher : Counterpoint (February 16, 2021) Hardcover : 272 pages The daughter of a biologist, the wife of a biologist, and the mother of a biologist, it’s safe to say that Kathleen Dean Moore has an affinity for biology, environmentalism specifically, and comes across as a staunch activist concerning the deleterious effects of climate change in her most recent collection of essays entitled: Earth’s Wild Music.  Awarded the Distinguished Professor of Philosophy status at Oregon State University in 2006, Moore developed a field course entitled Philosophy of Nature which she conducts in the lake country of the Pacific Cascades. This is an outdoors woman who has spent the bulk of her life postulating the theory that humankind has a moral responsibility to care about the welfare and survival of the other species that occupy our planet with us. Viewing the sounds of the natural world, especially those emanating from the songbirds,…