The Case for Animal Rights

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University of California Press, 1985 - Nature - 425 pages
11 Reviews
Examines the philosophical aspects of the treatment of animals and argues that animals have a basic moral right to respectful treatment
  

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Review: The Case for Animal Rights

User Review  - Dayna - Goodreads

I really enjoyed this book. I read it along with Peter Singers Book "Practical Ethics" a few years ago. I began homeschooling my two daughters this year and I am using Peter Singers' "Practical Ethics ... Read full review

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User Review  - Earl Biringer - Goodreads

There is only one rational basis for thinking about ethics, and that is the reality of suffering. Regan does not realize that it is irrelevant whether his rights-based theory is internally coherent ... Read full review

Contents

I
xi
II
1
III
34
IV
82
V
121
VI
150
VII
195
VIII
232
IX
266
X
330
XI
399
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About the author (1985)

Tom Regan is Professor of Philosophy at North Carolina State University and is the author of, among other books, Animals and Christianity: A Book of Readings (with Andrew Linzey, 1988); Bloomsbury's Prophet: G.E. Moore and the Development of His Moral Philosophy (1986), The Struggle for Animal Rights, In Defense of Animal Rights, and Defending Animal Rights. He is co-founder, with his wife, Nancy, of the Culture and Animals Foundation.

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