By: Richard L Fern
267 pages, no illustrations
Combines philosophical, scientific and (theistic) religious considerations in showing why non-human animals and nature in general are proper objects of moral concern.
'This is the work of a compassionate, mature and perceptive scholar.' Samuel Wells, Theology
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