Dictionary of Scottish Church History & Theology

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InterVarsity Press, 1993 - Religion - 906 pages
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Do animals have rights? If not, do we have duties towards them? If so, what duties? These and a myriad of other issues are discussed in the brilliantly argued Animal Rights and Wrongs. Issues discussed include:....- Why are animal-rights groups so keen to protect the rights of rabbits and foxes but not of rats or mice or even humans?..- How can we bridge the growing gap between rural producers and urban consumers?..-Why is raising animals for fur more heinous than raising them for their meat?..-Are we as human beings driving other species either to extinction or to a state of dependency?....Animal Rights and Wrongs includes chapters on the livestock crisis, fishing, BSE and a layman's introduction to philosophical concepts. The book presents a radical response to the defenders of animal rights, and a challenge to those who think that because they are kind to their pets, they are therefore good news for animals.

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About the Author:
Nigel Cameron is the author of Barbarians and Mandarins, Hong Kong: The Cultured Pearl, and From Bondage to Liberation: East Asia 1860-1952.

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