Edited By: TDJ Chappell
194 pages, no illustrations
Why do activists believe so strongly in the moral rights of animals? On what grounds can we condemn or condone whaling or animal captivity? This is the first book to put environmental thinking into the broader context of philosophical thought. Key thinkers focus on our attitudes to animals and the environment as critically determined by deeper philosophical concerns.
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