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Upcoming Webinars on Animal Abuse and Children

ASI's Lisa Lunghofer will be giving three webinars, beginning April 20, on animal abuse and children, in conjunction with Humane Society Academy. Background. All forms of violence exposure—especially in combination and over time—can be detrimental to children. Notably...

Unbridle biomedical research from the laboratory cage

Lahvis, G. P. (2017). Unbridle biomedical research from the laboratory cage. eLife, 6. Many biomedical research studies use captive animals to model human health and disease. However, a surprising number of studies show that the biological systems of animals living in...

The Taste Question in Animal Ethics

Kazez, J. (2017). The Taste Question in Animal Ethics. Journal of Applied Philosophy. Advocates of veganism often assume that food enjoyment has little moral weight, because it involves mere taste pleasure. Because of the triviality of taste pleasure, they consider it...

The pitfalls of qualified moral veganism.

Paez, E. (2017). The pitfalls of qualified moral veganism. A critique of Jan Deckers′ holistic health approach to animal ethics. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. I critically examine Jan Deckers′ position in Animal (De)liberation, where he defends two main...

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