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1. ^ See, for example, Francione, Gary. Animals as persons . Columbia University Press, 2008, p. 1. 2. ^ "'Personhood' Redefined: Animal Rights Strategy Gets at the Essence of Being Human" , Association of American Medical Colleges, retrieved May 17, 2010; Taylor 2003, pp. 15ff. 3. ^ For the description of the basic idea, see Wise, Steven M. "Animal Rights" , Encyclopædia Britannica , 2007, accessed May 17, 2010. For members of the moral community, see Taylor, Angus. Animals and Ethics . Broadview Press, 2003, p. 15ff, and in particular p. 17: "Animal- liberationists, we may say, are all those who consider many non-animals to be members of the moral community ." For a general description, see "'Personhood' Redefined: Animal Rights Strategy Gets at the Essence of Being Human" , Association of American Medical Colleges, retrieved May 17, 2010. For the two sides of the movement, see Francione, Gary L. and Garner, Robert. The Animal Rights Debate: Abolition or Regulation? . Columbia
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