Painism: A Modern Morality
Centaur, 2001 - 131 sider
Dr Richard Ryder has played a creative role in developing new ethical ideas for over 30 years and was part of a small group of Oxford writers in the early 1970s who revived interest in the ethical treatment of animals. Including animals within the moral circle was itself a revolutionary step and one that has begun to bear fruit in the new body of legislation protecting animals internationally. These ideas helped pioneer the modern interest in applied ethics generally.
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