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The Routledge Handbook of Animal Ethics


ISBN13: 9781138095069
Published: December 2019
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £190.00



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There isn’t one conversation about animal ethics. Instead, there are several important ones that are scattered across many disciplines.

This volume both surveys the field of animal ethics and draws professional philosophers, graduate students, and undergraduates more deeply into the discussions that are happening outside of philosophy departments.

To that end, the volume contains more nonphilosophers than philosophers, explicitly inviting scholars from other fields—such as animal science, ecology, economics, psychology, law, environmental science, and applied biology, among others—to bring their own disciplinary resources to bear on matters that affect animals.

The Routledge Handbook of Animal Ethics is composed of 44 chapters, all appearing in print here for the first time, and organized into the following six sections:

    I. Thinking About Animals; II. Animal Agriculture and Hunting; III. Animal Research and Genetic Engineering; IV. Companion Animals; V. Wild Animals: Conservation, Management, and Ethics; VI. Animal Activism;

The chapters are brief, and they have been written in a way that is accessible to serious undergraduate students, regardless of their field of study. The volume covers everything from animal cognition to the state of current fisheries, from genetic modification to intersection animal activism.

It is a resource designed for anyone interested in the moral issues that emerge from human interactions with animals.

Subjects:
Animal Law
Contents:
Introduction Bob Fischer
Part I: Thinking about Animals
1. How Humans Cognize Animals - Catherine Amiot and Brock Bastian
2. The Moral Implications of Morgan’s Canon - Maria Botero
3. Animal Intelligence - John Pearce
4. The Emotional Lives of Animals - Tina Horback
5. Animal Self-Awareness: Types, Distribution, and Ethical Significance - David DeGrazia
6. The Moral Animal - Mark Rowlands
7. Quantifying Animal Wellbeing and Overcoming the Challenge of Interspecies Comparisons - Mark Budolfson and Dean Spears
8. Cost-Effectiveness in Animal Health - Govind Persad
Part II: Animal Agriculture and Hunting
9. The Origins of Factory Farming in the United States: An Overview - James McWilliams
10. The Economics of Intensive Animal Agriculture - F. Bailey Norwood
11. Animal Welfare – Is Intensification the Problem? - Joy Mench
12. Intensive Animal Agriculture and the Environment - Lisa Kemmerer
13. Intensive Animal Agriculture and Human Health - Jonathan Anomaly
14. Seafood Ethics: Balancing Fish Welfare and Human Wellbeing - Mimi Elizabeth Lam
15. Small-Scale Animal Agriculture - Donald Bruckner
16. Subsistence Hunting - Raymond Anthony and Gary Varner
Part III: Animal Research and Genetic Engineering
17. Institutionalized Ethical Assessments of Animal Experiments - Bernice Bovenkerk and Lonneke Poort
18. Animal Models: Problems and Prospects - Pandora Pound
19. Ethical Trade-offs in Animal Experimentation - Larry Carbone
20. Reengineering Animals - Adam Shriver
21. Resurrecting Animals - Ben Novak
Part IV: Companion Animals
22. From Pets to Companion Animals: A History - Katherine Grier
23. Links between Violence Against Humans and Nonhuman Animals: Examining the Role of Adverse Family Environments - Shelby Elaine McDonald
24. The Ethics of Domestication - Jessica du Toit
25. The Ethics of Keeping Pets - Jessica Pierce
26. The Ethics of Companion Animal Euthanasia - Christine Overall
Part V: Wild Animals: Conservation, Management, and Ethics
27. Zoos and Aquariums Committing to Integrated Species Conservation - Mark Gusset
28. The Educational Value of Zoos: An Empirical Perspective Nancy Staus
29. Moral Arguments Against Zoos - Karen S. Emmerman
30. Defensible Zoos and Aquariums - Clare Palmer, Hamish Morrin, and Peter Sandøe
31. Killing for conservation: Ethical considerations for controlling wild animals - Sara Dubois
32. Ethical dimensions of invasive animal management - Tim S. Doherty and James C. Russell
33. Property, Regulation, and Endangered Species Conservation - Steven McMullen
34. The Laissez-Faire View: Why We’re Not Normally Required to Assist Wild Animals - Clare Palmer
35. Welfare Biology - Catia Faria and Oscar Horta
36. Wild Animals as Political Subjects - John Hadley
Part VI: Animal Activism
37. The History of Animal Activism: Intersectional Advocacy and the American Humane Movement - Janet M. Davis
38. The Sociology of Activist Movements - Erin M. Evans
39. Beyond Compare: Intersectionality and Interspecieism for Co-Liberation with Other Animals - Nekeisha Alayna Alexis
40. Political Lobbying for Animals - Joanna Grossman
41. Effective Animal Advocacy - Jeff Sebo
42. Cultured Meat: A New Story for the Future of Food - Max Elder
43. Veganism, (Almost) Harm-Free Animal Flesh, and Nonmaleficence: Navigating dietary ethics in an unjust world - Cheryl Abbate
44. Animal Sanctuaries - Elan Abrell