Defending Animal Rights
More than a contest of wills representing professional and economic interests, the animal rights debate is also and enduring topic in normative ethical theory. 'Defending Animal Rights' addresses the key isues in this sometimes acrimonious debate.
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Preface ri 1 Ethical Theory and Animals
Whats in a Name?
A Decades Passing
Mapping Human Rights
Putting People in Their Place
Patterns of Resistance
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