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Defending animal rights

Defending animal rights

Author: Tom Regan
Publisher: Urbana : University of Illinois Press, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
"In a set of essays that reflects his thinking on animal and human rights over the past decade, Regan sketches the philosophical positions espoused by those who want to abolish animal exploitation, reform it to minimize suffering, or maintain the status quo. He considers the moral grounds for limiting human freedom when it comes to human interactions with nonhuman animals. He puts the issue of animal rights in  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tom Regan
ISBN: 025202611X 9780252026119 0252074165 9780252074165
OCLC Number: 43708418
Description: xii, 179 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Ethical theory and animals --
Animal liberation : what's in a name? --
The case for animal rights : a decade's passing --
Mapping human rights --
Putting people in their place --
Patterns of resistance --
Understanding animal rights violence --
Ivory towers should not a prison make --
Work, hypocrisy, and integrity.
Responsibility: Tom Regan.


An introduction to all the major themes at the heart of the animal rights debate that will not solidify author's position as the movement's foremost theoritician, but leave the reader changed, moved,  Read more...


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"This is a collection of essays, each with bibliographic notes, written by the foremost champion among philosophers of the view that nonhuman animals possess moral rights... Regan's philosophical Read more...

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