Examines the available science of cognition regarding various species in order to explore the legal and policy question of who is entitled to rights under the law

Topics: Law and Policy, Science and Sentience
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Closely examines a number of popular arguments addressing the ethics of eating meat.

Topics: Animals in Agriculture, Attitudes and Activism
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A highly readable nonfiction work about modern animal agriculture from the well-known novelist, including first hand descriptions of animal facilities and an intimate account of the author’s own...

Topics: Animals in Agriculture
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An anthology of feminist voices exploring ecofeminist themes, including how our emotions and embodiment form the basis of our relationships in the world, including our relationships with individuals...

Topics: Philosophy and Ethics
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Sets forth an experiential process involving both emotion and cognition that, it is suggested, might be the best way to proceed in understanding our relationships with and obligations toward animals...

Topics: Philosophy and Ethics
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An intimate, highly-detailed, first-hand account of the operations of a modern slaughterhouse, depicting treatment of both workers and animals and demonstrating how violence can be organized so as to...

Topics: Animals in Agriculture, Political Science
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A multidisciplinary collection of essays by scholars and those working with animals considering the nature of animal minds and the methods humans conventionally and unconventionally use to understand...

Topics: Science and Sentience
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Sets forth in layman’s terms a critique, from a scientific rather than an ethical perspective, of the practice of using animals in certain types of scientific research.

Topics: Animals in Research
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Rooted in Kantian thought, this book sets forth the claim that we are obligated to treat all sentient beings as what Kant called "ends-in-themselves." Critical of Kant's view that our duties to...

Topics: Philosophy and Ethics
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"A Prayer for Compassion is a feature length documentary that strives to inspire and encourage those already on a religious or spiritual path, to expand their circle of compassion to embrace all life...

Topics: Religion
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