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The Animal Rights Debate

By: Carl Cohen and Tom Regan
The Animal Rights Debate
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  • The Animal Rights Debate ISBN: 9780847696635 Paperback Jun 2001 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Two articulate and influential philosophers argue from opposing sides in this debate.

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By: Carl Cohen and Tom Regan
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Tom Regan is without doubt the world's greatest defender of the rights of animals. Carl Cohen is one of Regan's notable critics. Here, between the pages of a single volume, are important new contributions from each of these authors. The resulting text isrequired reading for everyone interested in this critical issue....--Gary Comstock
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