The Ethics of Archaeology: Philosophical Perspectives on Archaeological Practice

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Title

The Ethics of Archaeology: Philosophical Perspectives on Archaeological Practice

Editor(s)

Scarre, Chris and Scarre, Geoffrey

Year of Publication

2006

Chapter Pages

332

Publisher Name

Cambridge University Press

Publisher Location

Cambridge, UK

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Language

English

Source Type

Edited Volume

Notes

Introduction, Chris Scarre and Geoffrey Scarre
Cultures and the ownership of archaeological finds, James O. Young
Who guards the guardians, Robert Layton and Gillian Wallace
Moral arguments on subsistence digging, Julie Hollowell
Human subjects review and archaeology: a view from Indian county, Jeffrey C. Bendremer and Kenneth A Richman
Trust and archaeological practice: towards a framework of Virtue Ethics, Chip Colwell-Chanthanphonh and T.J. Ferguson
Truthfulness and 'inclusion' in archaeology, David E. Cooper
Ethics and Native American reburials: a philosopher's view of two decades of NAGPRA, Douglas P. Lackey
Stewardship gone astray? Ethics and the SAA, Leo Groarke and Gary Warrick
Can archaeology harm the dead?, Geoffrey Scarre
Archaeological ethics and the people of the past, Sarah Tarlow
A plea for responsibilitiy towards the common heritage of mankind, Sandra M. Dingli
The ethics of the World Heritage concept, Atle Omland
What value a unicorn's horn? A study of archaeological uniqueness and value, Robin Coningham, Rachel Cooper and Mark Pollard

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