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1. Dr Jenia Meng - ORIGINS OF ATTITUDES TOWARDS ANIMALS (2009)
of the overall attitudes to animals. · Respect for the autonomy of animals, which is sometimes confused with the avoidance of animals, is identified as a positive attitude towards animals. It is the core of reverence for animals. · Although
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2. Art therapy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
with minimum dignity, autonomy or even personal possessions. He continued, working alone with hundreds of people, for 35 years. He and his life partner and collaborator, John Timlin (b 1930), published ‘Art as Healing’, their book on his
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3. Animal Ethics: Moral Vegetarianism
Only moral agents have autonomy rights. If no animals are moral agents, as seems plausible, then no animals have autonomy rights. But this says nothing about whether animals have welfare rights. Since (most) animals are sentient, (most)
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4. Animal Ethics
on the Moral Status of Animals If some Animals count for something, which Animals count, how much do they count, and how can this be determined? Suppose (as I believe the evidence supports) that eating Animals is not necessary for
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5. ASI: HAS Courses in the Northeast
between humans and (other) animals. Are humans animals? (What are animals, first of all?) If humans are animals, how to conceptualize their differences? Either way, what are the consequences for how to understand oneself and treat animals? What
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6. ASI: HAS Courses in the Northeast
between humans and (other) animals. Are humans animals? (What are animals, first of all?) If humans are animals, how to conceptualize their differences? Either way, what are the consequences for how to understand oneself and treat animals? What
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7. 4/2005
outnumber all companion animals and probably all wildlife larger than a dog. Even the highest estimates of the numbers of animals used in laboratories per year appear to be lower than the volume of animals
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8. Person-Post: Natalie Evans – Associate Fellow | Oxford Centre for Anim...
titled: ‘The Animal Self: Autonomy and Animal Ethics’. The goal of the thesis is to develop a new theory of animal ethics that focuses on the importance of Autonomy and the ability to form a self-concept in animals, using current research in
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