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1. Utilitarianism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
and the theory of rational behaviour, reprinted in Utilitarianism and Beyond, Amartya Sen (Editor), Bernard Williams (Editor), Cambridge University Press, 1982, p. 42 ^ Harsanyi, John C., Morality and the theory of rational behaviour,
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2. Science of morality - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
. [ note 14 ] and behaviourism . [ note 15 ] The result is a comprehensive program that encourages good behaviour. It starts with the knowledge that humans are one of many animals that have evolved altruistic tendencies . [ note 16 ]
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3. Factory farming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
[ 64 ] [edit ] Farmed animals and the law Main article: animal law In the United States, farmed animals are excluded by half of all state animal cruelty laws including the federal animal Welfare Act . The 28 hour law, enacted in 1873
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4. Alcoholism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(1999) states according to behavioural sciences alcoholism is described as a “maladaptive behaviour”. He explains this must not be confused with “misbehaviour”. behavioural scientists explain that addicts have a behaviour pattern that may
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5. Alcoholism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(1999) states according to behavioural sciences alcoholism is described as a “maladaptive behaviour”. He explains this must not be confused with “misbehaviour”. behavioural scientists explain that addicts have a behaviour pattern that may
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6. Alcoholism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(1999) states according to behavioural sciences alcoholism is described as a “maladaptive behaviour”. He explains this must not be confused with “misbehaviour”. behavioural scientists explain that addicts have a behaviour pattern that may
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7. Chlorpromazine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
is not registered for animal uses, but may be prescribed legally by veterinarians for animal use. It is primarily used as an antiemetic in dogs and cats, and it is commonly used to decrease nausea in animals that are too young for other
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8. Ecosystem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
is either consumed by animals while the plant is alive, or it remains uneaten when the plant tissue dies and becomes detritus . In terrestrial ecosystems , roughly 90% of the NPP ends up being broken down by decomposers . The remainder is
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9. Mountain gorilla - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
. http://nationalzoo.si.edu/Animals/Primates/Facts/FactSheets/Gorillas/default.cfm . Retrieved 2010-08-04 .   ^ a b "Mountain Gorilla Information" . The Rainforests.
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10. Mountain gorilla - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
. http://nationalzoo.si.edu/Animals/Primates/Facts/FactSheets/Gorillas/default.cfm . Retrieved 2010-08-04 .   ^ a b "Mountain Gorilla Information" . The Rainforests.
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