By Erin McKenna,Andrew Light
What does American pragmatism give a contribution to modern debates approximately human-animal relationships? Does it recognize our connections to all residing issues? Does it convey us in the direction of a moral remedy of all animals? What approximately looking, vegetarianism, animal experimentation, and the welfare of cattle? whereas questions on human kin with animals were with us for millennia, there was a marked upward thrust in public information approximately animal issues—even McDonald’s advertises that they use humanely taken care of animals as foodstuff resources. In Animal Pragmatism, 12 energetic and provocative essays handle matters on the intersection of pragmatist philosophy and animal welfare. subject matters conceal a huge variety of concerns, together with ethical attention of animals, the ethics of animal experimentation, institutional animal care, environmental defense of animal habitat, farm animal welfare, animal conversation, and animal morals. Readers who engage with animals, even if as pets or on a plate, will discover a strong and engaging exploration of human-nonhuman relationships.
Contributors are James M. Albrecht, Douglas R. Anderson, Steven Fesmire, Glenn Kuehn, Todd Lekan, Andrew mild, John J. McDermott, Erin McKenna, Phillip McReynolds, Ben Minteer, Matthew Pamental, Paul Thompson, and Jennifer Welchman.
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