Vulnerability, Transcendence, and the Body: Exploring the Human Nonhuman Animal Divide within Jainism
Contributor(s):: Vallely, A.
Assessing the emotions of laboratory rats
Contributor(s):: Makowska, I. Joanna, Weary, Daniel M.
Rats are one of the most commonly used species in research, and decades of testing have yielded a large amount of information pertaining to their experience of emotion. The aim of this review is to bring together information on rat emotion from across a number of disciplines and over several...
Toward a New Framework for Understanding Human–Wild Animal Relations: PROD
Contributor(s):: Waldhorn, Daniela R.
Comparing Suffering Across Species
Contributor(s):: Nolt, John
Beyond Suffering: Commentary on "What (If Anything) Do We Owe Wild Animals" by Clare Palmer
Contributor(s):: Burghardt, Gordon M.
Negotiating the Anthropological Limit: Derrida, Stiegler, and the Question of the "Animal"
Contributor(s):: Van Camp, Nathan
A Utilitarian Argument for Vegetarianism
Contributor(s):: Dixon, Nicholas
Is Animal Pain Conscious?
Contributor(s):: Lynch, Joseph J.
Paradigm Shifts, Scientific Revolutions and the Moral Justification of Experimentation on Nonhuman Animals
Contributor(s):: Boss, Judith A., Boss, Alyssa V.
Time as Asymmetrical and Animal Rights: An Autobiography
Contributor(s):: Dombrowski, Daniel A.
The subtleties of speciesism
Contributor(s):: Wynne-Tyson, Jon
Arguing away suffering: The neo-Cartesian revival
Contributor(s):: Pluhar, Evelyn B.
Reply to Harrison's "The Neo-Cartesian Revival: A Response"
Ahimsa (Noninjury) Revisited
Contributor(s):: Fox, Michael W.
Reincarnation, Self-Realization, and Animal Protection
Do Animals Have Souls?
Contributor(s):: Kaplan, Helmut F.
Loss of a therapy animal: Assessment and healing
Contributor(s):: Cohen, Susan P., Fine, Aubrey H.
Riding home: The power of horses to heal
Contributor(s):: Hayes, Tim
Animal-assisted intervention in dementia care home residents
Contributor(s):: Wesenberg, Sandra, Werner, Jillian, Beckmann, Antje, Gerner, A., Nestmann, Frank, Holthoff, Vjera
A Report on Animal Overpopulation: Breeding Surplus Dogs and Cats Causes Suffering
Contributor(s):: The Humane Society Of The United States
Overbreeding has created a surplus of nearly 50 million dogs and cats. These animals are unwanted and homeless. Some of them--the lucky ones--will get a quick, merciful death at humane society shelters. Most, however, haven't even the hope of being reached and protected from suffering in the...