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1. Dr Jenia Meng - ORIGINS OF ATTITUDES TOWARDS ANIMALS (2009)
animal's latent capacity for affection, heroism and self-sacrifice. There is in Buddhism more sense of kinship with the animal world, a more intimate feeling of community with all that lives, than is found in Western religious thought. . . . So
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2. Affection - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
on the degree in which the affections are regarded as voluntary, see H. Sidgwick , Methods of Ethics pp. 345–349. [edit ] affectionate behavior Numerous behaviors are used by people to express affection. Some theories [ 3 ]
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3. Love - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
is an emotion of a strong affection and personal attachment . [ 1 ] Love is also a virtue representing all of human kindness , compassion , and affection —"the unselfish loyal and benevolent concern for the good of another". [ 2 ] Love
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4. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Consensus Development Program: The H...
and love and affection. Most children rate their own pets very high on both characteristics while they rate neighborhood animals high on companionship but not on love and affection. (By way of comparison, siblings tend
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5. Comparison of the Mental Powers of Man and the Lower Animals, by Charles Darwin
of maternal affection, related so often of the women of all nations, and of the females of all animals, can doubt that the principle of action is the same in the two cases?" We see maternal
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6. Good Dogs and Other Animals, by Stephen R. L. Clark
always cruel.' 'Natural affection is nothing: but affection from principle and established duty is sometimes wonderfully strong' so savages have no more affection than do hens. Nor do they marry:
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7. How to Do Animal Rights - Dogs: Communication & Control
you want to give him affection, command him to do something. Then when he obeys give him your affection as a reward. When he asks for something you want to grant him, such as to be let outside or go for a walk with you, tell him to sit or
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8. Animal Ethics: January 2007
like dogs, which return our affection regardless of our merits, or cats, which maintain an amiable pretense of affection while caring for no one at all (a fact always vehemently and fruitlessly denied by their keepers). The world of animals is a
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9. Animal Ethics: Animal Companions
like dogs, which return our affection regardless of our merits, or cats, which maintain an amiable pretense of affection while caring for no one at all (a fact always vehemently and fruitlessly denied by their keepers). The world of animals is a
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10. ANIMAL PEOPLE I May 2006 | Books
this when controlling a dog. Affection must be given after exercise and eating. Knoller and Noel often gave Affection to their dogs after they had attacked people, Millan says, thereby reinforcing bad behavior. Millan points out
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