"Enfermedad de indio": sobre el principio patogénico de la alteridad y los modos de transformación en una cosmología amazónica
Contributor(s):: Barcelos Neto, Aristóteles
"first things first": application of Islamic principles of priority in the ethical assessment of genetically modified foods
Contributor(s):: Noor Munirah, Isa, Saadan, Man
Advancement of modern agricultural biotechnology has brought various potential benefits to humankind, but at the same time ethical concerns regarding some applications such as genetically modified foods (GMF) have been raised among the public. Several questions are being posed; should they...
'Caught with ourselves in the net of life and time': Traditional views of animals in religion
Contributor(s):: Patton, Kimberley
'Flesh is the paradise of a man of flesh': cultural conflict over indian hunting beliefs and rituals in New France as recorded in The Jesuit Relations
Contributor(s):: Altherr, Thomas L.
'Holy' cow and [unholy] dalit
Contributor(s):: Anand, Siriyavan
'It also has a soul': the attitude towards domestic animals in Muslim tradition
Contributor(s):: Blagoev, Goran
'It is frightening to think of death today, but it may not be such a big issue for me one day ... ' (Signs, omens and portents of death in traditional culture of Central Russia)
Contributor(s):: Dobrovol'skaia, V. E.
10,000 YEARS OF PASTORALISM IN ANATOLIA: A REVIEW OF EVIDENCE FOR VARIABILITY IN PASTORAL LIFEWAYS
Contributor(s):: Hammer, Emily Louise, Arbuckle, Benjamin S.
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A Clean Kill: Tracking the Socio-technological Aspects of Slaughtering Animals in Iran
Contributor(s):: Doostdar, Hamidreza Mohammadi, Shah, Mohd Hazim, Sattari, Mohammad Hossein, Doostdar, Ahmadreza Mohammadi, Mamat, Mohd Zufri
The slaughterhouse, whether it is seen as an institution, as an industry, or as a unique technological system, is arguably right at the heart of modernism. Human–animal relationships and more generally human–nature relationships bring about issues of rationalization, alienation, and commodity...
A phenomenographic approach to the meaning of death: A Chinese perspective
Contributor(s):: Yang, Shu Ching, Chen, Shih-Fen
Investigated qualitative and quantitative differences in Chinese children's concepts of death, as reflected in their drawings, and analyzes this conceptual development as it related to background variables (gender, age, religious belief,and health status). 239 children (aged 8-16 yrs) in 6 grade...
A reverence for cows
Contributor(s):: Jacobson, Doranne
Acceptability of Electrical Stunning and Post-Cut Stunning Among Muslim Communities: A Possible Dialogue
Contributor(s):: Salamano, G., Cuccurese, A., Poeta, A., Santella, E., Sechi, P., Cambiotti, V., Cenci-Goga, B. T.
Current technical-scientific advances allow a reappraisal of some practices used during religious slaughter without compromising its deep and essential meaning, through to the identification of techniques that limit the nonhuman animal vigilance without causing any lesion that may impair its...
Agonistic intimacy and moral aspiration in popular Hinduism: a study in the political theology of the neighbor
Contributor(s):: Singh, Bhrigupati
All Creatures Great and Small: Utilizing Equine-Assisted Therapy to Treat Eating Disorders
Contributor(s):: Christian, Jo Ellen
Amores perritos: Puppies, Laughter and Popular Catholicism in Bourbon Mexico City
Contributor(s):: Proctor, Frank ‘Trey’
An additional "R": remembering the animals
Contributor(s):: Iliff, S. A.
An animal in the exact meaning of the word
Contributor(s):: Wróblewski, Filip
An ethicist's commentary on religion and animal ethics
Contributor(s):: Rollin, B. E.