Animal rights and human morality

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Prometheus Books, Publishers, 1981 - Science - 182 pages
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User Review  - Heather Browning - Goodreads

This is an excellent book on animal rights. The first chapter is the perfect introduction for anyone who wants to understand why animals should be given moral consideration, and the rest give ... Read full review

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User Review  - Joshua Duffy - Goodreads

This one is almost all you really need if you want to construct a case for animal rights. Rollin is fully competent in that regard. A very good book. Read full review

Contents

Moral Theory and Animals
3
X Where Do You Draw the Line?
57
Animal Rights and Legal Rights
67
Copyright

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Bernard E. Rollin, Ph.D. is University Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Biomedical Sciences, Animal Sciences, and University Bioethicist at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, where he developed the world's first course in veterinary and animal ethics. He is the recipient of the prestigious Henry Spira Award from the Johns Hopkins Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing.

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