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Title Animal rights : opposing viewpoints / Janelle Rohr, book editor.

Publication Info. San Diego, CA : Greenhaven Press, [1989]


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Description 235 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Series Opposing viewpoints series
Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 224-232).
Contents The case for animal rights / Peter Singer -- The case against animal rights / Carl Cohen -- Christianity supports animal rights / Andrew Linzey -- Christianity does not support animal welfare / Harold J. Morowitz -- Human needs are more important than animal rights / Jay Stuller -- -- Human needs are not more important than animal rights / Spence Carlsen -- Animal experimentation is ethical / Richard C. Simmonds -- Animal experimentation is unethical / The American Anti-vivisection Society -- Animal experimentation benefits human health / American Medical Association -- Most animal experimentation does not benefit human health / Stephen Kaufman -- Animal experimentation is adequately regulated / Robert J. White -- Animal experimentation is underregulated / New England Anti-vivisection Society -- Primate research is humane / Frederick A. King -- Primate research is inhumane / Jane Goodall -- Modern farming is humane / Animal Industry Foundation -- Modern farming is inhumane / Humane Farming Association -- The case for eating meat / John R. Romans ... [et al.] -- The case for vegetarianism / John Robbins -- Endangered species should be saved / David Jablonski -- Endangered species should not be saved / Norman D. Levine -- Zoos are neccesary for animal conservation / Jon R. Luoma -- Zoos are unnecessary for animal conservation / Dale Jamieson -- Hunting helps animal conservation / Archery World -- Hunting hinders animal conservation / Wayne Pacelle -- Fur trapping is justified / Steven M. Geary -- Fur trapping is not justified / The Humane Society of the United States -- The animal rights movement promotes animal welfare / Belton P. Mouras -- The animal rights movement undermines animal welfare / Donald Kennedy -- The animal rights movement should use the political process / Judith Hampson -- The animal rights movement should use economic sabotage / Animal Liberation Front -- The animal rights movement should use civil disobedience / Tom Regan -- The animal rights movement should use ethics committees / Steven M. Niemi & W. Jean Dodds.
Summary Presents thirty-two articles debating the question of whether animals have rights.
Subject Animal rights.
Animal welfare.
Animals -- Treatment.
Animaux -- Droits.
Animaux -- Protection.
Added Author Rohr, Janelle, 1963-
Bender, David L., 1936-
ISBN 0899084400 library binding $13.95
089908415X paperback $7.95

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