Animal Rights and Human Morality
It's been more than two decades since the first edition of this landmark book garnered public accolades for its sensitive yet honest and forthright approach to the many disquieting questions surrounding the emotional debate over animal rights. Is moral concern something owed by human beings only to human beings?
Drawing upon his philosophical expertise, his extensive experience of working with animal issues all over the world, and his knowledge of biological science, Bernard E. Rollin -- now widely recognized as the father of veterinary ethics -- develops a compelling analysis of animal rights as it is emerging in society. The result is a sound basis for rational discussion and social policy development in this area of rapidly growing concern. He believes that society must elevate the moral status of animals and protect their rights as determined by their natures. His public speaking and published works have contributed to passage of major federal legislation designed to increase the well-being of laboratory animals.
This new third edition is greatly expanded and includes a new chapter on animal agriculture, plus additional discussions of animal law, companion animal issues, genetic engineering, animal pain, animal research, and many other topics.
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Review: Animal Rights & Human MoralityUser 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
Review: Animal Rights & Human MoralityUser Review - Lauren - Goodreads
I initially read this book while taking Dr. Rollin's class at Colorado State University. I really enjoyed the book in conjunction to the class, and preferred his methods compared to other animal ... Read full review
Preface to the Third Edition
MORAL THEORY AND ANIMALS
Duties toward Animals as Duties toward Humans
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