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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/7684
Title: Biocentrism and animal rights; Paul Taylor, The Ethics of Respect for Nature; Peter Singer, Animal Liberation - human beings are not different from other animals in any qualitative sense; Regan, Animal Rights and Human Obligations: the rights view - attempts to limit the rights view to human beings are "rationally defective"; Paul Taylor - extends rights to plants; the Image of God as the origin of human equality; the bigotry of modern philosophers
Authors: Baer, Richard
Keywords: Religion
Ethics
Environment
Issue Date: 12-Apr-1994
Publisher: Cornell University
Abstract: Biocentrism and animal rights; Paul Taylor, The Ethics of Respect for Nature; Peter Singer, Animal Liberation - human beings are not different from other animals in any qualitative sense; Regan, Animal Rights and Human Obligations: the rights view - attempts to limit the rights view to human beings are "rationally defective"; Paul Taylor - extends rights to plants; the Image of God as the origin of human equality; the bigotry of modern philosophers. Lecture was recorded on a Lapel Microphone, using a Cassette Tape (Exceptional Lecture).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/7684
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