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scissors metal brads Explain the difference between pets and wild animals . Let
the children know that they need to respect both types of animals, but they should
Author: Kathy Etringer
Publisher: Teaching and Learning Company
Its never too early to teach children manners, courtesy and social skills. From knowing when to say please and thank you at home, in school or in public places, to covering their nose when sneezing, theres a multitude of good manners to teach children at an early age. A popular childrens book title is included with each activity to enhance the lesson. These engaging, hands-on activities are a great way to introduce students to skills they will use for the rest of their lives.
Providing a highly accessible overview of key issues, this book creates a timely resource for all concerned about the environmental, social and ethical issues facing food, farming and nature.
Author: Joyce D'Silva
Livestock production and its use of finite resources is devastating biodiversity and pushing wildlife to the brink of extinction. This powerful book examines the massive global impact caused by intensive livestock production and then explores solutions, ranging from moving to agroecological farming to reducing consumption of animal products, including examples of best practice and innovation, both on land and within the investment and food industries. Leading international contributors spell out the problems in terms of planetary limits, climate change, resources, the massive use of cereals and soy for animal feed, and the direct impact of industrial farming on the welfare of farmed animals. They call for an urgent move to a flourishing food system for the sake of animals, the planet and us. Some offer examples of global good practice in farming or the power of the investment community to drive change, and others highlight food business innovation and exciting developments in protein diversification. Providing a highly accessible overview of key issues, this book creates a timely resource for all concerned about the environmental, social and ethical issues facing food, farming and nature. It will be an invaluable resource and provide inspiration for students, professionals, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and the general reader.
While the respect we owe most animals is not the same respect we owe humans,
it is important to recognize that it is respect nevertheless. Respecting animals in
virtue of their non-intrinsic value requires that we have a certain attitude of ...
Author: John J. Callanan
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
This is the first edited collection devoted entirely to the question of the role of animals in the thought of Immanuel Kant. Though the topic is not one treated systematically in his work, mentions of animals occur throughout his corpus in relation to many of his central concerns. In this volume, a team of leading scholars address issues ranging over Kant's theoretical and practical philosophy, including questions regarding the possibility of objective representation and intentionality in animals, the role of animals in Kant's scientific picture of nature, the status of our moral responsibilities to animals' welfare, and more. It also includes chapters concerning contemporary questions relating to animals and Kantian ethics and metaethics, making a use of Kant's philosophy to help contend with one of the most crucial ethics issues facing us today.
Safari. Parks. With over one hundred million people visiting zoos every year,
workers have an excellent opportunity to educate large numbers of people about
the need for the conservation of wildlife and the importance of respecting animals
Author: Animal Jobs Direct
Publisher: Animal Jobs Direct
The Working with Animals publication is a unique and comprehensive resource designed to assist and inspire anyone who wants to work with animals. Whether you are a school leaver or a professional looking for a career change, this book will help you achieve your goal. Compiled by a team of animal care professionals, the information is concise and in one place. This is a great purchase that will help you find a suitable and rewarding career with animals according to your skills, experience and personal interests.
This notion of animal welfare that goes beyond both what animals seem to need
and what they seem naively to want may be part of what the philosopher Bernard
Rollin (1995) is getting at when he speaks of respecting animals' telos, the ...
Author: Larry Carbone
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Larry Carbone, a veterinarian who is in charge of the lab animal welfare assurance program at a major research university, presents this scholarly history of animal rights. Biomedical researchers, and the less fanatical among the animal rights activists will find this book reasonable, humane, and novel in its perspective. It brings a novel, sociological perspective to an area that has been addressed largely from a philosophical perspective, or from the entrenched positions of highly committed advocates of a particular position in the debate.
The Maya believe that the Creator gave each animal its own habitat and place in
the world, thus ensuring their right to respect and continued existence. Although
many animals serve as food for humans in Mayan cosmologies (or systems of ...
Author: Julie Urbanik
An engaging and at times sobering look at the coexistence of humans and animals in the 21st century and how their sometimes disparate needs affect environments, politics, economies, and culture worldwide. • Includes excerpts from 20 primary source documents related to animals • Offers a comprehensive look at a variety of aspects of human-animal relationships • Discusses how human actions affect the survival of other species, such as the northern spotted owl and bluefin tuna
Just because animals are on a lower level than humans , this does not give us
the right to mistreat them . ... Hinduism All creatures are part of Brahman ( God )
and should therefore be respected . ... Respecting animals is respecting Allah .
Author: Peter Smith
This title is written to match GCSE Religious Studies AQA B, option 2 and can be used as part of a full course or short course. It contains summaries and practise exam questions at the end of each section to help prepare for exams.
Animals,. Evolution. and. Ends. Modern medicine depends heavily not only on
clinical research involving human ... This, of course, is just one of the many ways
in which humans make use of non-human animals, many of which involve killing
Author: Neil Messer
Publisher: Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd
Offers a Reformed Protestant theological approach to bioethics and argues that this approach allows a critical and constructive engagement with public debates beyond the walls of the churches.
political rule over animals looks like, will be the task of the rest of this book. ...
They enjoy a kind of natural freedom, or freedom from domination, that many
humans find valuable and worth respecting.30 Animals may be guided more by
Author: Kimberly K. Smith
Publisher: Oxford University Press
What is the role of government in protecting animal welfare? What principles should policy makers draw on as they try to balance animal welfare against human liberty? Much has been written in recent years on our moral duties towards animals, but scholars and activists alike have neglected the important question of how far the state may go to enforce those duties. Kimberly K. Smith fills that gap by exploring how liberal political principles apply to animal welfare policy. Focusing on animal welfare in the United States, Governing Animals begins with an account of the historical relationship between animals and the development of the American liberal welfare state. It then turns to the central theoretical argument: Some animals (most prominently pets and livestock) may be considered members of the liberal social contract. That conclusion justifies limited state intervention to defend their welfare - even when such intervention may harm human citizens. Taking the analysis further, the study examines whether citizens may enjoy property rights in animals, what those rights entail, how animals may be represented in our political and legal institutions, and what strategies for reform are most compatible with liberal principles. The book takes up several policy issues along the way, from public funding of animal rescue operations to the ethics of livestock production, animal sacrifice, and animal fighting. Beyond even these specific policy questions, this book asks what sort of liberalism is suitable for the challenges of the twenty-first century. Smith argues that investigating the political morality of our treatment of animals gives us insight into how to design practices and institutions that protect the most vulnerable members of our society, thus making of our shared world a more fitting home for both humans and the nonhumans to which we are so deeply connected.
Strolling with Our Kin: Speaking for and Respecting Voiceless Animals. New York
: Lantern. Bekoff, Marc, ed. 2000. The Smile of a Dolphin: Remarkable Accounts
of Animal Emotions. New York: Discovery. Bekoff, Marc. 2002. Minding Animals: ...
Author: Margo DeMello
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Considering that much of human society is structured through its interaction with non-human animals, and since human society relies heavily on the exploitation of animals to serve human needs, human–animal studies has become a rapidly expanding field of research, featuring a number of distinct positions, perspectives, and theories that require nuanced explanation and contextualization. The first book to provide a full overview of human–animal studies, this volume focuses on the conceptual construction of animals in American culture and the way in which it reinforces and perpetuates hierarchical human relationships rooted in racism, sexism, and class privilege. Margo DeMello considers interactions between humans and animals within the family, the law, the religious and political system, and other major social institutions, and she unpacks the different identities humans fashion for themselves and for others through animals. Essays also cover speciesism and evolutionary continuities; the role and preservation of animals in the wild; the debate over zoos and the use of animals in sports; domestication; agricultural practices such as factory farming; vivisection; animal cruelty; animal activism; the representation of animals in literature and film; and animal ethics. Sidebars highlight contemporary controversies and issues, with recommendations for additional reading, educational films, and related websites. DeMello concludes with an analysis of major philosophical positions on human social policy and the future of human–animal relations.
that Francione uses that principle to condemn all the ways we use and own
animals—as pets, in zoos, in circuses, ... and whenever one likes, then the
property status of animals would seem to obstruct the goal of respecting animals'
Author: Alasdair Cochrane
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Alasdair Cochrane introduces an entirely new theory of animal rights grounded in their interests as sentient beings. He then applies this theory to different and underexplored policy areas, such as genetic engineering, pet-keeping, indigenous hunting, and religious slaughter. In contrast to other proponents of animal rights, Cochrane claims that because most sentient animals are not autonomous agents, they have no intrinsic interest in liberty. As such, he argues that our obligations to animals lie in ending practices that cause their suffering and death and do not require the liberation of animals. Cochrane's "interest-based rights approach" weighs the interests of animals to determine which is sufficient to impose strict duties on humans. In so doing, Cochrane acknowledges that sentient animals have a clear and discernable right not to be made to suffer and not to be killed, but he argues that they do not have a prima facie right to liberty. Because most animals possess no interest in leading freely chosen lives, humans have no moral obligation to liberate them. Moving beyond theory to the practical aspects of applied ethics, this pragmatic volume provides much-needed perspective on the realities and responsibilities of the human-animal relationship.
Civilization has stripped, in a commendable way, human beings of this fear of
nature, and of the deification of animals. But it has also stripped ... can help us do
this. The trick is to avoid primitive fear and awe while still respecting animals.
Author: Daniel A. Dombrowski
Publisher: SUNY Press
Charles Hartshorne is one of the premier metaphysicians and philosophers of religion in the twentieth century. He has written extensively on animals, both as a philosopher of nature and as an expert on bird song. Since the publication of Creative Synthesis and Philosophic Method in 1970, he has devoted a great deal of attention to animals. Among the main issues he advances is that the relationship between human beings and animals helps us to better understand our relationship with God.
The animals that inhabit the world along with human beings figure prominently in
narratives throughout myth tradition. Not only do ... The importance of respecting
animals, for example, is emphasized in the myths of many cultures, particularly.
Author: Lorena Laura Stookey
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Examines reoccurring themes and patterns in the mythologies of many ancient and modern cultures.
... once more that it is possible to get the message across gaining children as
ambassadors educating their own parents: not with creating a new religion, but
only by giving good example of fair action respecting animals as sentient
Author: Thomas Potthast
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Climate change is a major framing condition for sustainable development of agriculture and food. Global food production is a major contributor to global greenhouse gas emissions and at the same time it is among the sectors worst affected by climate change. This book brings together a multidisciplinary group of authors exploring the ethical dimensions of climate change and food. Conceptual clarifications provide a necessary basis for putting sustainable development into practice. Adaptation and mitigation demand altering both agricultural and consumption practices. Intensive vs. extensive production is reassessed with regard to animal welfare, efficiency and environmental implications. Property rights pay an ever-increasing role, as do shifting land-use practices, agro-energy, biotechnology, food policy to green consumerism. And, last but not least, tools are suggested for teaching agricultural and food ethics. Notwithstanding the plurality of ethical analyses and their outcome, it becomes apparent that governance of agri-food is faced by new needs and new approaches of bringing in the value dimension much more explicitly. This book is intended to serve as a stimulating collection that will contribute to debate and reflection on the sustainable future of agriculture and food production in the face of global change.