6 edition of The Animal Rights/Environmental Ethics Debate found in the catalog.
by State University of New York Press
Written in English
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The Animal Rights Debate. Author: Chris Hayhurst; Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group ISBN: Category: Juvenile Nonfiction Page: 64 View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Discusses the pros and cons of testing products intended for human use on animals. Books shelved as animal-ethics: Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer, Animal Liberation by Peter Singer, Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows: An.
animal-rights movement, diverse individuals and groups concerned with protecting animals from perceived abuse or misuse. Supporters are specifically concerned with the use of animals for medical and cosmetics testing, the killing of animals for furs, hunting for pleasure, and the raising of livestock in restrictive or inhumane quarters, so-called factory farming. environmental ethics from traditional theories of morality, including utilitarian ethics, by rejecting anthropocentrism, denying the importance of sentience, embracing intrinsic value theories, and affirming holistic ethics. In the s, several environmental ethicists and animal rights proponents challenged the .
The question of animal rights might well come up in a debate on biodiversity, and is one with so many political and social implications that it is also worth having in its own right. This debate is about the ethical principles at issue; the separate debates on biodiversity, vegetarianism, zoos, blood sports, and animal experimentation deal with. Book reviews. Bryan Norton, Sustainability: A Philosophy of Adaptive Ecosystem Management (University of Chicago Press, ), Environmental Ethics 29 (), pp. Cass Sunstein and Martha Nussbaum, eds., Animal Rights: Current Debates and New Directions (Oxford University Press, ), The Philosophical Review (), pp. Robert Garner, Political Theory and Animal Rights.
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“This book traces the Animal Rights/Environmental Ethics dispute through the key steps of its history, in the form of the most important original articles, and points the way to a resolution.
It is useful to the scholar interested in the animal rights issue and it is appropriate as a textbook in a course in Environmental Ethics at any level, from beginning to graduate.5/5(1).
Reprints 11 articles and chapters of books that document the environmental ethics view of the animal-rights movement, exploring whether animal welfare considerations can provide a basis for an environmental ethic.
Offered as a view of wildlife to complement (and challenge at times) the animal-rights literature, which focuses on domestic animals and subjects of experiments. Get this from a library. The animal rights / environmental ethics debate: the environmental perspective. [Eugene C Hargrove;].
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxviii, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Self-consciousness and the rights of nonhuman animals and nature / Richard A. Watson --Animal liberation: a triangular affair / J. Baird Callicott --Environmental ethics and nonhuman rights / Bryan G.
Norton --The ethics of respect for nature /. "This book traces the Animal Rights/Environmental Ethics dispute through the key steps of its history, in the form of the most important original articles, and points the way to a : Eugene C.
Hargrove. The item The Animal rights, environmental ethics debate: the environmental perspective, edited by Eugene C. Hargrove represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Brigham Young University.
"This book traces the Animal Rights/Environmental Ethics dispute through the key steps of its history, in the form of the most important original articles, and points the way to a resolution.
It is useful to the scholar interested in the animal rights issue and it is appropriate as a textbook in a course in Environmental Ethics at any level, from beginning to graduate. |a Self-consciousness and the rights of nonhuman animals and nature / Richard A.
Watson -- Animal liberation: a triangular affair / J. Baird Callicott -- Environmental ethics and nonhuman rights / Bryan G. Norton -- The ethics of respect for nature / Paul W. Taylor -- The significance of species / Mary Midgley -- Moral considerability and.
The Animal Rights/Environmental Ethics Debate: The Environmental Perspective. Gary E. Varner - - Environmental Ethics 15 (3) Environmental ethics is the study of ethical relationships between human beings and the natural environment, including the nonhuman individuals that populate/constitute it.
Mary Beatrice Midgley (née Scrutton; 13 September – 10 October ) was a British philosopher. A senior lecturer in philosophy at Newcastle University, she was known for her work on science, ethics and animal wrote her first book, Beast And Man (), when she was in her fifties, and went on to write over 15 more, including Animals and Why They Matter (), Wickedness Alma mater: Somerville College, Oxford.
The discussion in the book seems dominated by attitudes and conditions in western ‘developed’ countries. (iii) The fate of prey, and more generally of adverse effects on ecological sustainability in the wild (including animal and plant species in managed wildlife reserves), of Cited by: Robert Garner (born ) is professor of political theory at the University of Leicester, United Kingdom.
He specializes in animal rights, focusing on animal protectionism and the political representation of non-human interests. He is the author of several books on the subject, including A Theory of Justice for Animals.
Key environmental ethics contributions to the debate about, say, pollution control policy are less obvious, unless reruns of familiar ethical themes about the roles for markets and government in public life count; and new insights about the value of extending human life owe more, I think, to medical ethics than to environmental ethics.
Trying to understand and take on "animal rights" as a whole can be daunting. Many issues concerning animal rights are fluid and evolutionary, with legislative changes occurring every day at the state and federal level.
For example, Grey2KUSA Worldwide announced onthat Arizona became the 40th state to ban greyhound racing. If you. Environmentalism, also called environmental ethics, is an applied and theoretical philosophy about how humans should interact with nature: the natural non-human world, living and inanimate.
It poses a challenge to anthropocentrism, an outlook that assumes moral superiority of. Arguments for animal rights are rooted in the application of virtue ethics under the criteria of sentience.
Aristotle’s model of virtue ethics is exclusive to humans because the distinct capacities of knowledge and understanding of virtue that humans have are.
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This book offers a powerful response to what Varner calls the "two dogmas of environmental ethics"--the assumptions that animal rights philosophies and anthropocentric views are each antithetical to sound environmental policy. Animal Rights Against Animals And The Land Ethic Words | 10 Pages.
Drawing on animal rights claims, the questionable moral status of animals and the land ethic, this essay seeks to argue that zoos; a place in which wild animal’s are held in captivity, are inherently unethical, because they violate the ethical and moral standard in which animals have a claim to.
Inserting itself into the passionate debate over animal rights, this fascinating, provocative work by renowned scholar Paola Cavalieri advances a radical proposal: that we extend basic human rights to the nonhuman animals we currently treat as "things."Cited by: This chapter examines some of the tensions among animal welfare, animal rights, and environmental protection ethics.
It explains that while animal rights advocates object to animal experimentation, this practice is acceptable to those who believe in animal welfare. The chapter shows that those who believe in environmental ethics might support the hunting of deer and rabbits when this is.Animal Liberation: A New Ethics for Our Treatment of Animals is a book by Australian philosopher Peter is widely considered within the animal liberation movement to be the founding philosophical statement of its ideas.
Singer himself rejected the use of the theoretical framework of rights when it comes to human and nonhuman animals. Following Jeremy Bentham, Singer argued that Author: Peter Singer.