Animal Rights: A Subject Guide, Bibliography, and Internet by John M. Kistler

By John M. Kistler

Introductions to every bankruptcy clarify the problems, in addition to the arguments that encompass them, and a normal creation to the quantity completely explains how one can use the ebook. every one access includes the subsequent info: writer, identify, version, sequence identify, situation of writer, identify of writer, variety of pages, 12 months of booklet, and foreign regular booklet quantity. Annotations contain an important details on hand to assist the researcher, together with websites that comprise not just the total textual content of the e-book whilst on hand, but in addition excerpts and articles or interviews through the writer; brief quotations from the books; and brief descriptions and summaries of the books. all of the info supplied permits scholars to find precisely what they want, whereas encouraging them to discover different concerns and differing viewpoints.

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0520045718) Ten essays and lectures on vegetarianism, whaling, native Americans, experimentation, rights, and critique of the use of utilitarian philosophy by Peter Singer. org/arvoices/regandeep. html]. Regan, Tom. The Case for Animal Rights. , 1985 (originally published 1983). (0520054601) The author uses "moral rights theory" to mount a defense of moral rights for animals. " This work is scholarly and philosophical, with complex issues and complex answers. David Degrazia wrote that this book is "perhaps the most systematic and Animal Rights: General Works 25 explicitly worked-out book in animal ethics .

M. The Teaching of Animal Welfare (in two parts). London: Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, 1988. (0900767537 and 0900767545) These were used for classes in veterinary science and agricultural science. Reece, Kathleen A. Animal Organizations and Services Directory, 199293, 4th ed. , 1993. com/ -maser/backyard/ Animal, html]. Regan, Tom. All that Dwell Therein: Animal Rights and Environmental Ethics. , 1982. (0520045718) Ten essays and lectures on vegetarianism, whaling, native Americans, experimentation, rights, and critique of the use of utilitarian philosophy by Peter Singer.

47. Freeman, Michael R. Animal Welfare: Index of Modern Information. , 1990. htm]. 48. Frey, Raymond Gillespie. Interests and Rights: The Case Against Animals. , 1980. " The author says that language is needed for sentience and beliefs and desires. He approaches the arguments from a utilitarian philosophy, just as Peter Singer does, with opposite conclusions. This sort of argument is countered by more recent discoveries in animal ethology. Do animals in fact have no languages? It is more debatable now than it was in 1980.

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