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The Muddled Middle: The Search for Ethical Principles to Regulate the Use of Animals in Research

By Richard P. Haynes

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Publication Title Between the Species: A Journal of Ethics
Volume 12
Issue 1-2
Pages 19-33
ISBN/ISSN 1945-8487
Publisher Schweitzer Center of the San Francisco Bay Institute/Congress of Cultures
DOI 10.15368/bts.1996v12n1.4
Language English
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