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Thu Oct 16 17:58:39 2014 UTClccn-n940554300.00Animal rights, animal welfare, and the law /0.501.00Welcome to the Rutgers University School of Law animal rights law project78009477Gary_L._Francionen 940554303623359Francione Gary L 1954-....Francione, Gary Lawrence.lccn-n92080983Garner, Robert1960-lccn-no2009116314Charlton, Anna E.lccn-n82118605American Anti-Vivisection Societylccn-n96089174Project Muselccn-n79108378Regan, Tomcrelccn-n2004100624Steiner, Garycrelccn-n2012072241Protopapadakis, Evangelos D.edtlccn-n88151390Fox, Warwickcrelccn-n82055141Clark, Stephen R. L.prfnp-labbe, xavierLabbé, XavierprfFrancione, Gary L.(Gary Lawrence)1954-Handbooks, manuals, etcConference proceedingsAnimal rightsUnited StatesAnimal welfareAnimal welfare--Law and legislationAnimals--Law and legislationAnimal welfare--PhilosophyAnimal rights movementVivisectionStudents--Legal status, laws, etcDissectionAnimal experimentation--Law and legislationFreedom of religionAnimal welfare--Moral and ethical aspectsAnimal rights--Moral and ethical aspectsHuman-animal relationships--Moral and ethical aspectsPhilosophySocial sciencesSocial actionProut (Economic theory)Constitutional lawLaw--PhilosophyConcept of law (Hart, H. L. A.)VegetarianismVeganismAnimals in artEthics--Study and teachingCulture and Animals FoundationCivil disobedienceAnimal experimentationPhilosophy--Study and teachingGandhi,--Mahatma,American Anti-Vivisection SocietySinger, PeterMoore, G. E.--(George Edward),Civil rights demonstrationsLaboratory animalsCivil rightsRegan, Tom195419771981199219951996199920002001200220042005200620072008200920102012201359892690179.3HV4764ocn799803998160515ocn690102820file20100.35Francione, Gary LThe animal rights debate abolition or regulation?Gary L. Francione is a law professor and leading philosopher of animal rights theory. Robert Garner is a political theorist specializing in the philosophy and politics of animal protection. Francione maintains that we have no moral justification for using nonhumans and argues that because animals are property--or economic commodities--laws or industry practices requiring "humane" treatment will, as a general matter, fail to provide any meaningful level of protection. Garner favors a version of animal rights that focuses on eliminating animal suffering and adopts a protectionist approach, maintaining that although the traditional animal-welfare ethic is philosophically flawed, it can contribute strategically to the achievement of animal-rights ends. As they spar, Francione and Garner deconstruct the animal protection movement in the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe, and elsewhere, discussing the practices of such organizations as PETA, which joins with McDonald's and other animal users to "improve" the slaughter of animals. They also examine American and European laws and campaigns from both the rights and welfare perspectives, identifying weaknesses and strengths that give shape to future legislation and action+-+2004966875119613ocn040575274book19990.47Francione, Gary LIntroduction to animal rights : your child or the dog?Argues that the way humans treat animals results from the contradiction between the ideas that animals have some rights, but that they are also property, and offers ways to resolve the conflict+-+8641481106108714ocn030701910book19950.63Francione, Gary LAnimals, property, and the law""Pain is pain, irrespective of the race, sex, or species of the victim," states William M. Kunstler in the Foreword. This moral concern for the suffering of animals and their legal status is the basis for Gary L. Francione's profound book, which asks, Why has the law failed to protect animals from exploitation?" "Exploring every facet of this heated issue, Francione discusses the history of the treatment of animals, anticruelty statutes, vivisection, the Federal Animal Welfare Act, and specific cases such as the controversial injury of unanesthetized baboons at the University of Pennsylvania. He thoroughly documents the paradoxical gap between our professed concern with humane treatment of animals and the overriding practice of abuse permitted by the law."--BOOK JACKET+-+0937481106103211ocn033947621book19960.63Francione, Gary LRain without thunder : the ideology of the animal rights movementAre "animal welfare" supporters indistinguishable from the animal exploiters they oppose? Do reformist measures reaffirm the underlying principles that make animal exploitation possible in the first place? In this provocative book, Gary L. Francione argues that the modern animal rights movement has become indistinguishable from a century-old concern with the welfare of animals that in no way prevents them from being exploited+-+461948110683112ocn609842792file20080.50Francione, Gary LAnimals as persons essays on the abolition of animal exploitationGary L. Francione explains our historical and contemporary attitudes about animals by distinguishing the issue of animal use from that of animal treatment. He then presents a theory of animal rights that focuses on the need to accord all sentient nonhumans the right not to be treated as property+-+46048668751803ocn026611042book19920.56Francione, Gary LVivisection and dissection in the classroom : a guide to conscientious objection231ocn863699399book20130.25Francione, Gary LEat like you care : An examination of the morality of eating animals91ocn799803998book20120.93Protopapadakis, Evangelos DAnimal ethics : past and present perspectives41ocn069068227book19960.22Francione, Gary LAnimal rights and animal welfare : the ideology of a social protest movement+-+461948110632ocn070677670book20050.22Francione, Gary LDong wu quan li dao lun : hai zi yu gou zhi jian31ocn232671976book1995Francione, Gary LAnimal rights, animal welfare, and the law+-+093748110621ocn044353509file1.00Francione, Gary LWelcome to the Rutgers University School of Law animal rights law projectFeatures the Animal Rights Law Center of the Rutgers Law School in Newark, New Jersey. Posts contact information via mailing address, fax number, and e-mail. The center trains law students in lawyering skills for cases involving animal rights issues, produces legal materials on animal rights, and fosters general social disclosure about animal rights. Contains cases, related materials, handbooks, statutes, and regulations concerning animal rights22ocn778238564com20040.22Francione, Gary LAnimals - Property or Persons?11ocn074490632visu20061.00Animal Law ConferenceAnimal Law ConferenceConference proceedingsPanel discussions about animal rights, animal agriculture and the law, and promotion of animal welfare. Sponsored by Law & Contemporary Problems11ocn174043154file20070.47Francione, Gary LDemonstrating and civil disobedience a legal guide for activistsHandbooks, manuals, etc"This is a complete legal guide demonstrating your constitutional right to demonstrate, planning a demonstration, legal consequences of civil disobedience, the Fourth Amendment and your rights if arrested, your rights during detention, First Amendment concerns and other issues." -- From Webpage (October 11, 2007)11ocn850872213book20080.47Francione, Gary LHayvan haklarına giriş : çocuğunuz mu köpeğiniz mi?11ocn008724106mix19811.00Francione, Gary LThe distinction between the normative and formal functions of law in H.L.A. Hart's The concept of law11ocn775283849art20080.10Francione, Gary LTaking Sentience Seriously11ocn800776216serial0.47Critical perspectives on animals theory, culture, science and law11ocn774919875art20070.10Francione, Gary LReflections on Animals, Property, and the Law and Rain Without Thunder11ocn496001570mix1.00Regan, TomTom Regan papersIncludes correspondence, research files, drafts, reprints, and audio-visual materials that span the professional career of one of the most widely-known authorities on animal rights. The collection relates chiefly to the two major intellectual pursuits of Tom Regan's career, animal rights and the moral philosophy of G. E. Moore, although there is a limited amount of personal material and unrelated subjects. Also included are files related to his thirty years of service to North Carolina State University. Materials included in the unprocessed series are: One copy of "The Animals Voice Presents The Life and Times of Tom Regan, one brochure from the Culture and Animal Foundation, one dvd of Dr. Raymond Frey, printed email correspondence between Edward Zapala and Tom Regan, one copy of Zapala's thesis entitled "One Million Dogs: Tom Regan, the Worse-Off Principle, and the Abolition of the Use of Animal in Science."+-+2004966875+-+2004966875Thu Oct 16 15:28:32 EDT 2014batch15529