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The Case for Animal Rights
I regard myself as an advocate of animal rights—as part of the animal rights movement. That movement, as I conceive it, is committed to a number of goals, including: the total abolition of the
The Animal Rights Debate
The case for Animal Rights is made and the nature and Importance of Rights are discussed, including the nature of human rights and the importance of informed consent.
Empty Cages: Facing the Challenge of Animal Rights
Part 1 PROLOGUE: The Cat Part 2 PART I NORMAN ROCKWELL AMERICANS Chapter 3 Who Are You Animal Rights Advocates Anyway? Chapter 4 How Did You Get That Way? Part 5 PART II MORAL RIGHTS: WHAT THEY ARE
The rights of humans and other animals.
  • T. Regan
  • Philosophy
    Acta physiologica Scandinavica. Supplementum
  • 1986
The implications of these approaches for animal experimentation will be explained, as will the fundamental difference between the philosophy of animal rights and these traditional approaches, whereas the traditional approaches are reformist at best.
Animal Rights, Human Wrongs: An Introduction to Moral Philosophy
  • T. Regan
  • Biology, Philosophy
  • 19 November 2003
The nature and Importance of Rights, and how Animals are Treated: Some Examples, and moral philosophy and change.
Animal rights and human obligations
1. Animals in the History of Western Thought. 2. The Nature of Humans and Other Animals. 3. Equal Consideration for Other Animals. 4. Animal Rights. 5. Killing and the Value of Life. 6. The Treatment
Health Care Ethics: An Introduction
In this age of modern era, the use of internet must be maximized, not only for important thing but also for daily activities.
Defending Animal Rights
Tom Regan, universally recognized as the intellectual leader of the animal rights movement, presents a historically important, multifaceted discussion of some responses to the question, "Do animals