Animal rights: moral theory and practice

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Palgrave Macmillan, Oct 15, 2009 - Nature - 234 pages
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In this 2nd edition, the author has substantially revised his book throughout, updating the moral arguments and adding a chapter on animal minds. Importantly, rather than being a polemic on animal rights, this book is also a considered and imaginative evaluation of moral theory as explored through the issue of animal rights.

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Contents

Animal Rights and Moral Theories
1
Peter Singers
31
Animal Rights as Natural Rights
58
Copyright

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About the author (2009)

MARK ROWLANDS is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Miami and author of ten books including Animals Like Us (2002), The Philosopher at the End of the Universe (2003), The Nature of Consciousness (2001) and Body Language (2006).

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