Miller humans nonhumans and personhood by robert w

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Unformatted text preview: hokies by Harlan B. Miller Humans, Nonhumans and Personhood by Robert W. Mitchell Personhood, Property and Legal Competence by Gary L. Francione Great Apes as Anthropological Subjects—Deconstructing Anthropocentrism by Barbara Noske Aping Persons—Pro and Con by Steve F. Sapontzis Reality Items of Property by David Cantor The Chimp Farm by Betsy Swart They Are Us by Geza Teleki Epilogue The Great Ape Project—and Beyond by Paola Cavalieri and Peter Singer Cohen, Carl and Tom Regan The Animal Rights Debate Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2001 HV 4711 C63 Book is divided into four sections: (1) In Defense of the Use of Animals, by Carl Cohen, (2) The Case for Animal Rights, by Tom Regan, (3) Reply to Tom Regan, by Carl Cohen, and (4) Reply to Carl Cohen, by Tom Regan. Datta, Ann; edited by Paul Foster Animals and the Law: A Review of Animals and the State Chichester: Chichester Institute of Higher Education, 1998 KD3424.Z9 D38 Contents What the Law Said Animals and the State, A Review of English Law before 1870, by Ann Datta What Literature Says From an Animal Campaigner by Alexandra Bastedo From a Sportsman by Susannah Forema...
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