Judicial review and the humane treatment of animals
Contributor(s):: Wenner, Craig A.
The ethics of food for tomorrow: on the viability of agrarianism - how far can it go? Comments on Paul Thompson's Agrarian Vision
Contributor(s):: Anthony, R.
Pets and protein: placing domestic livestock on hobby-farms in England and Wales
Contributor(s):: Holloway, L.
This paper considers some of the ethical dimensions of human-animal relations in livestock farming, using the notion of 'situated morality' to examine hobby-farming as a particular set of social and agricultural practices in which farm animals are encountered simultaneously as 'friends' and...
Is agriculture in need of ethics?
Contributor(s):: Apotheker, H.
The paper considers the interrelationships between ethics, the agro-food industry, civil society and government in the Netherlands. Changing norms and values in society, the influence of new technologies such as biotechnology, and international trade liberalization are discussed as providing...
Value pluralism and coherentist justification of ethical advice. (Special Issue: Ethical tools.)
Contributor(s):: Forsberg, E. M.
Liberal societies are characterized in terms of a fundamental value pluralism, i.e., respect for individuals' rights to live by their own concept of what is good. Still, the state must make decisions that give privilege to some values at the expense of others. When public ethics committees give...