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  1. Afterword: following zootopian visions

    Contributor(s):: Mazur, Nicole

  2. All Too Human: "Animal Wisdom" in Nietzsche's Account of the Good Life

    Contributor(s):: Singer, Jonathan D.

  3. Animal allies

    Contributor(s):: Peterson, Brenda

  4. Animal alterity: Levinasian ethics and the relationship between humans and non-human animals

    Contributor(s):: Turner, Donald Landis

  5. Animal lessons : how they teach us to be human

    Contributor(s):: Oliver, Kelly

  6. Animal studies: An introduction

    Contributor(s):: Waldau, Paul

  7. Animal versus human consciousness: assessing evidence for animal consciousness: the question of episodic memory

    Contributor(s):: Droege, Paula, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  8. Animal versus human consciousness: rethinking the cognitive abilities of animals

    Contributor(s):: Steiner, Gary, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  9. Animal versus human consciousness: what are animals concious of?

    Contributor(s):: Morin, Alan, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  10. Animals and the intimacy of history

    Contributor(s):: Walker, Brett L.

  11. Animals as Humans or Humans as Animals? A Study of Human and Animal Relationship in Robert Henryson's Morall Fabillis

    Contributor(s):: Ulaş ÖZGÜN

    The purpose of this study is to analyse the characters of Robert Henryson’s Morall Fabillis in relation to the theme of carnality which makes humans bestial and to illustrate how the poet utilises this genre to advise people moralistically. The character analysis has been conducted by...

  12. Animism, Empathy and Human Development

    Contributor(s):: Michael W. Fox

    Surely it is time for us all to make every effort to evolve as a species and become more fully human. To be fully human is to be humane. To be sub-human is to be inhumane. In order to evolve in this way and become more fully human we must defme and refine our ethical and spiritual...

  13. Anthropomorphism and Anthropodenial: Consistency in Our Thinking about Humans and Other Animals

    Contributor(s):: Waal, Frans B. M. de

  14. Anthropomorphisms: can animals make "Art"? Popular and scientific discourses about expressivity and cognition in primates

    Contributor(s):: Desmond, Jane C., Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  15. Anthropomorphisms: science of the monkey mind: primate penchants and human pursuits

    Contributor(s):: Waller, Sara, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  16. Anthropomorphisms: the historical animal mind: "Sagacity" in nineteenth-century Britain

    Contributor(s):: Boddice, Rob, Smith, Julie A., Mitchell, Robert W.

  17. Being toward meat anthropocentrism, indistinction, and veganism

    Contributor(s):: Calarco, Matthew

  18. Beyond zoos: Marianne Moore and Albrecht Dürer

    Contributor(s):: Malamud, Randy

  19. Boring a wormhole in the zoological ark

    Contributor(s):: Lulka, David

  20. Companionable thinking

    Contributor(s):: Cavell, Stanley, Diamond, Cora, Crary, Alice