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ill., maps ; 22 cm.Includes bibliographical references.edited by Robin F. Rhodes. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 20070824
97220701National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine.22 cm.Includes bibliographical references (p. 72-77).
Routledge26 cm.General introduction : animal ethics : a sketch of how it developed and where it is now. Theories of animal ethics. The case for animal rights / Tom Regan -- Reply to Tom Regan / Carl Cohen -- For an expanded theory of human rights / Paola Cavalieri -- Practical ethics / Peter Singer -- Animal rights and feminist theory / Josephine Donovan -- Rights, interests, desires and beliefs / R.G. Frey -- Equal consideration and unequal moral status / David DeGrazia -- Annotated further reading -- Study questions. Animal capacities : pain, emotion, consciousness. Methods of study. Scientific ideology, anthropomorphism, anecdote, and ethics / Bernard E. Rollin ; Reflections / Barbara Smuts -- Pain. The myth of animal suffering / Bob Bermond ; Animal pain / Bernard E. Rollin ; How facts matter / Gary Varner -- Animal emotions. Animal minds and animal emotions / Marian Stamp Dawkins ; A passionate devotion / Cynthia Moss ; The rat will play / Jaak Panksepp ; Love was once a little boy / D.H. Lawrence -- Consciousness and cognition. Animals minds : beyond cognition to consciousness / Donald R. Griffin -- Annotated further reading -- Study questions. Primates and cetaceans. Primates. Deep ethology, animal rights, and the great ape/animal project : resisting speciesism and expanding the community of equals / Marc Bekoff ; Ape consciousness, human consciousness : a perspective informed by language and culture / Sue Savage-Rumbaugh, William M. Fields, and Jared Taglialatela ; Cultures in chimpanzees / A. Whiten ... [et al.] ; Are apes persons? : the case for primate intersubjectivity / Juan Carlos Gomez ; The chimpanzee at Stanford / Fran Peavey ; Problems faced by wild and captive chimpanzees : finding solutions / Jane Goodall -- Cetaceans. Culture in whales and dolphins / Luke Rendell and Hal Whitehead ; Exploring the cognitive world of the bottlenosed dolphin / Louis M. Herman ; Is a dolphin a person? / Mary Midgley -- Annotated further reading -- Study questions. Animals for food. Animals for food. Meat-eating / David DeGrazia ; Thinking like animals / Temple Grandin ; A major change / Temple Grandin ; Animal agriculture : myths and facts / Animal Agriculture Alliance ; Lives of quiet desperation / Fran
Cambridge University Press2nd ed.24 cm.Includes bibliographical references (p. -112) and index.Vaughan Monamy. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 20080822
ill. ; 25 cm.Pragmatism and the future of human-nonhuman relationships / Andrew Light and Erin McKenna -- "What does Rome know of rat and lizard?": pragmatic mandates for considering animals in Emerson, James, and Dewey / James M. Albrecht -- Dewey and animal ethics / Steven Fesmire -- Overlapping horizons of meaning: a Deweyan approach to moral standing of nonhuman animals / Phillip McReynolds -- Peirce's horse: a sympathetic and semeiotic bond / Douglas R. Anderson -- Beyond considerability: a Deweyan view of the animal rights-environmental ethics debate / Ben A. Minteer -- Methodological pragmatism, animal welfare, and hunting / Andrew Light -- Getting pragmatic about farm animal welfare /Paul B. Thompson -- Pragmatism and the production of livestock / Erin McKenna -- Is pragmatism chauvinistic? Dewey on animal experimentation / Jennifer Welchman -- A pragmatist case for animal advocates on institutional animal care and use committees / Todd M. Lekan -- Pragmatism and pets: Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, Maddie's Fund, and No More Homeless Pets in Utah / Matthew Pamental -- Dining on Fido: death, identity, and the aesthetic dilemma of eating animals / Glenn Kuehn.Includes bibliographical references and index.National bibliography no: GBA444995 Other format available: Online version:; Animal pragmatism.; Bloomington, IN : Indiana University Press, c2004; Online version:; Animal pragmatism.; Bloomington, IN : Indiana University Press, c2004edited by Erin McKenna and Andrew Light. More Records: Show record informationGovernment publication (gpb); State or province government publication (sgp); Internet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 20031204
24 cm.In defense of the use of animals / Carl Cohen -- 1. The moral problem of animal use -- 2. The factual setting of animal experimentation -- 3. Rights and interests -- 4. If animals had rights -- 5. Why animals do not have rights -- 6. Why animals are mistakenly believed to have rights -- 7. The moral inequality of species : why "speciesism" is right -- 8. Spurious scientific arguments against the use of animals -- 9. What good does animal experimentation do -- 10. The proven accomplishments of animal research -- The case for animal rights / Tom Regan -- 11. From indifference to advocacy -- 12. Animal exploitation -- 13. The nature and importance of rights -- 14. Indirect duty views -- 15. Direct duty views -- 16. Human rights -- 17. Animal rights -- Reply to Tom Regan / Carl Cohen -- Reply to Carl Cohen / Tom Regan.Includes bibliographical references and index.Carl Cohen and Tom Regan. More Records: Show record informationBook
Broadview23 cm.Animals and the moral community -- From Aristotle to Darwin -- Do animals have moral rights? -- Is it wrong to eat or hunt animals? -- Is it wrong to use animals for scientific research? -- Can liberationists be environmentalists?Rev. ed. of: Magpies, monkeys, and morals. c1999./ Includes bibliographical references (p. 179-208) and index.Angus Taylor. More Records: Show record informationBook
map ; 23 cm.Palaeolithic obsidian from Franchthi Cave: a case study in context -- Archaeology and the ethics of collecting / Arlen F. Chase, Diane Z. Chase, and Harriot W. Topsey -- Black day at Slack Farm / Brian Fagan -- Daring to deal with huaqueros / Carol L. Howell -- A seductive and troubling work / Ricardo J. Elia -- Project Sting / John Neary -- Turkey's war on the illicit antiquities trade / Mark Rose and Özgen Acar -- The looting of Arkansas: how one state copes with the erosion of its cultural heritage / Spencer P.M. Harrington -- Enlightened stewardship / Brian Fagan -- The looting of Bulgaria / Douglass Bailey -- The glory that was Angkor / Russell Ciochon and Jamie James -- Securing sites in time of war / Arlene Krimgold Fleming -- Operation Scroll / Neil Asher Silberman -- Who owns the spoils of war? / Karl E. Meyer -- St. Lawrence: archaeology of a Bering Sea island / Stuart Scott -- The rape of Mali / Michel Brent -- Champion of aboriginal art / Denis D. Gray -- People without history / Roderick J. McIntosh, Susan Keech McIntosh, and Téréba Togola -- Reburial: is it reasonable? / Duane Anderson -- Burying American archaeology / Clement W. Meighan -- Sharing control of the past / Larry J. Zimmerman -- Bones and bureaucrats: New York's great cemetery imbroglio / Spencer P.M. Harrington -- The arrogant archaeologist / Brian Fagan -- The gringo stigma / Randall H. McGuire -- Archaeology's dirty secret / Brian Fagan."Readings from archaeology magazine."/ Includes bibliographical references (p. 266-272).edited by Karen D. Vitelli. More Records: Show record informationBook
GB96-58398(OCoLC)ocm34356735edited by Karen D. Vitelli.map ; 23 cm."Readings from Archaeology magazine."Includes bibliographical references (p. 266-272).
2007025526(OCoLC)ocn145939109edited by Yannis Hamilakis and Philip Duke.ill., maps ; 24 cm.Based on papers submitted to a symposium held at the 5th World Archaeological Congress in Washington, D.C. in 2003.Includes bibliographical references and index.pt. 1. Introduction: From ethics to politics / Yannis Hamilakis -- pt. 2. Ethics in question -- When theory, practice, and policy collide, or Why do archaeologists support cultural property claims? / Alexander A. Bauer, Shanel Lindsay, and Stephen Urice -- Ethical challenges to a postcolonial archaeology : the legacy of scientific colonialism / George Nicholas and Julie Hollowell -- Cultural sensitivity, science, and ethical imperatives : contemporary archaeology in the Southwestern United States / Charles R. Riggs -- What does it mean "to give the past back to the people"? : archaeology and ethics in the postcolony / Nick Shepherd -- pt. 3. Archaeology in capitalism, archaeology as capitalism -- British commercial archaeology : antiquarians and labourers, developers and diggers / Paul Everill -- Ethics, capitalism, and public archaeology in Brazil / Pedro Paulo A. Funari and Erika M. Robrahn-González -- The historical process of the commoditization of the Near Eastern past by archaeologists : empire, war, civilization, and other assets / Tamima Orra Mourad -- Archaeology within marketing capitalism / Alice B. Kehoe -- Sustainable" heritage? : public archaeological interpretation and the marketed past / Neil Asher Silberman -- Contemporary museum practice in Cusco, Peru / Helaine Silverman -- pt. 4. Ethical futures, emancipatory archaeologies -- "Grabe, wo du stehst!" : an archaeology of perpetrators / Reinhard Bernbeck and Susan Pollock -- The archaeology of the Spanish Civil War : recovering memory and historical justice / Ermengol Gassiot Ballbè ... [et al.] -- The culture of caring and its destruction in the Middle East : women's work, water, war, and archaeology / Maggie Ronayne -- Ethics, objectivity, and emancipatory archaeology / Dean J. Saitta.World Archaeological Congress (5th : 2003 : Washington, D.C.)One world archaeology ; 54.
Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women?
FineLine: The Newsletter On Journalism Ethics, vol. 1, no. 7 (October 1989), p. 3.
ABC Defense : Engineering Ethics Case Study Project
FineLine: The Newsletter On Journalism Ethics, vol. 2, no. 3 (June 1990), p. 4.
Case from the Fifth Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl, February 25, 1999.
©Robert Ladenson, Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions
Case from the February 26, 1998 Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl. Copyright Robert Ladenson, Center for the Study of Ethics at the Illinois Institute of Technology, 1998.