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In defense of animals : the second wave / edited by Peter Singer.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2006
Imprint:
Malden, Mass. : Blackwell Pub., 2006.
Format:
  • Book
  • x, 248 p. ; 23 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 228-232) and index.
Contents:
  • Introduction / Peter Singer
  • Utilitarianism and animals / Gaverick Matheny
  • The scientific basis for assessing suffering in animals / Marian Stamp Dawkins
  • On the question of personhood beyond Homo sapiens / David DeGrazia
  • The animal debate : a reexamination / Paola Cavalieri
  • Religion and animals / Paul Waldau
  • Speciesism in the laboratory / Richard D. Ryder
  • Brave new farm? / Jim Mason and Mary Finelli
  • Outlawed in Europe / Clare Druce and Philip Lymbery
  • Against zoos / Dale Jamieson
  • To eat the laughing animal / Dale Peterson
  • How Austria achieved a historic breakthrough for animals / Martin Balluch
  • Butchers' knives into pruning hooks : civil disobedience for animals / Pelle Strindlund
  • Opening cages, opening eyes : an investigation and open rescue at an egg factory farm / Miyun Park
  • Living and working in defense of animals / Matt Ball
  • Effective advocacy : stealing from the corporate playbook / Bruce Friedrich
  • Moving the media : from foes, or indifferent strangers, to friends / Karen Dawn
  • The CEO as animal activist : John Mackey and Whole Foods / John Mackey, Karen Dawn, and Lauren Ornelas
  • Ten points for activists / Henry Spira and Peter Singer
  • A final word / Peter Singer.
Contributor:
Singer, Peter, 1946-
Subjects:
ISBN:
9781405119405
1405119403
1405119411
9781405119412

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