Philosophical Ethology: On the extents of what it is to be a pig

@article{Harfeld2011PhilosophicalEO,
  title={Philosophical Ethology: On the extents of what it is to be a pig},
  author={J. Harfeld},
  journal={Society & Animals},
  year={2011},
  volume={19},
  pages={83-101}
}
  • J. Harfeld
  • Published 2011
  • Psychology
  • Society & Animals
Answers to the question, “What is a farm animal?” often revolve around genetics, physical attributes, and the animals’ functions in agricultural production. The essential and defining characteristics of farm animals transcend these limited models, however, and require an answer that avoids reductionism and encompasses a de-atomizing point of view. Such an answer should promote recognition of animals as beings with extensive mental and social capabilities that outline the extent of each… Expand
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