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Farmed Animal Sanctuaries: The Heart of the Movement?

@inproceedings{Donaldson2015FarmedAS,
  title={Farmed Animal Sanctuaries: The Heart of the Movement?},
  author={S. Donaldson and W. Kymlicka},
  year={2015}
}
  • S. Donaldson, W. Kymlicka
  • Published 2015
  • Geography, Engineering
  • One of the fundamental challenges for animal rights theory is to imagine the contours of just relations that humans might have with “farmed animals” once we stop confining and killing them for food. What sorts of social relationships would cows, pigs, chickens, and other animals be able to form with us, and with members of their own and other species? What kind of sex life, family life, and cooperative activities might they want to engage in? Farm sanctuaries are one of the few spaces today… CONTINUE READING

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