Strolling with Our Kin: Speaking for and Respecting Voiceless Animals
Bekoff takes the reader on a philosophical and ethical odyssey examining how we can all live in harmony with our fellow kin. He asks us to explore our thoughts and expand our views of a world made up of many species, only one of which is human. He shines a light on our own ethical inconsistencies and asks readers where we go from here. Bekoff leaves us with the feeling that we too can help save and heal animals in this world, and that we too can stroll with our kin by acting on behalf of them.
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