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Having food that is fresh and of their choice 2. Responses to problems involving reduced activity and failure to act appropriately will eventually be reflected in obvious signs but are less conspicuous to an observer than active responses. Dolphins do show stress in captivity and often do not show the increase in life span seen with other captive wildlife. Humans are wired to care and to give, and it makes us feel good to help others. Relatively few activists live in rural areas or towns with a population of less than 10,000.

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Encyclopedia of Animal Rights and Animal Welfare

encyclopedia of animal rights and animal welfare second edition

Nearly all sows, at least in developed countries, are artificially Animal Reproduction, Human Control 33 inseminated. Assessing these arguments is problematic. During this period and beyond, the services of a social worker, if not a psychiatrist, are usually warranted. Vegetarianism has an established place in some Indian religious traditions, especially Jainism and, to some degree, Buddhism and Hinduism. They also satisfy other possibly evolutionary needs, though we still know little about them. These and related views about the supposedly superior mental characteristics of humans led Bentham, Mill, and other early welfarists to regard animals as having less moral value than humans.

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Encyclopedia of Animal Rights and Animal Welfare

encyclopedia of animal rights and animal welfare second edition

The fact that an animal is property and has only extrinsic or conditional value automatically prejudices us against perceiving an animal interest as similar to a human one. Health Vegetarians As late as the 1950s, the unwritten consensus among health specialists and dieticians was that animal protein in some form is essential to maintain adequate human health. Those models that involve animal sickness or death—as most of them do— must be chosen only when a scientist is convinced no other method will answer important biological questions. We should care for those whose existence we have caused or facilitated, but we should not cause more to come into existence. I hope that it becomes clear that humans have unique responsibilities to the world and that these need to be taken seriously. Although humane societies and some antivivisection societies from the early era survive to this day, it was not until the 1960s that the modern animal rights movement reemerged.

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encyclopedia of animal rights and animal welfare second edition

The issues with which humans need to deal to develop informed views about humananimal interactions require that people from many different disciplines get involved in the discussions. Moreover, even if animals do not have an interest in continued life, the application of the principle of equal consideration to issues of animal treatment is problematic in a number of respects. Emily Birch first contacted me in April 1995 and asked whether I was interested in undertaking this project. Both supporters and opponents of moral consideration for animals tend to accept the statement that if animals lack consciousness, then they deserve no moral consideration. Living free from the fear of human beings attacking them 12. Animal experiments are being replaced by alternative methods, called nonanimal techniques, that range from the inanimate, such as computer systems and chemical tests, through research at the molecular and the cellular level to clinical research and population studies at the other end of the spectrum.


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It is important to note that an initial analogy alone is not a model. Planning ways of maximizing travel and resource procurement, for example, obtaining food 5. Statements about what animals feel can only be personal views, not something grounded in hard facts Dawkins, 2000. They claimed that humans have special duties toward their closest kin; that, in contrast with race, species differences corresponded with significant differences; that it is not possible to have rights without the capacity to claim them; that it is not possible to have rights without the capacity to have duties; and even that nonhuman animals, lacking verbal language, have no conscious interests that need to be taken into consideration. Over 80% of activists have attended college, and about a fourth have graduate degrees.

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Encyclopedia of Animal Rights and Animal Welfare, 2nd Edition

encyclopedia of animal rights and animal welfare second edition

Finally, many people treat the two terms as synonymous, following the lead of many dictionaries. Such programs often use animals from local humane societies, believing that such programs provide a positive public image of their organization, which improves public support and public donations. It provides information about animals to anyone who requests it. He has published numerous books and professional essays. Animals are used to study the normal, healthy biology relevant to disease processes, as well as to study the diseases themselves.

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Encyclopedia of animal rights and animal welfare (eBook, 2010) [thefourmusic.com]

encyclopedia of animal rights and animal welfare second edition

But any such characterization would be inaccurate. Animals as persons: Essays on the abolition of animal exploitation. Branding is the oldest form of marking ownership on animal bodies, and has been used since the ancient Greeks, Egyptians and Romans marked both cattle and human slaves with iron brands. Studies of animal cognition typically create experimental situations in which an individual animal must learn to use time, number, space, or logic to solve problems or earn food. The mother communicates with her chicks even before hatching, and after hatching she spends her time protecting and teaching her chicks for several weeks. Furthermore, these effects were frequently overlooked because the scientist failed to allow for the possibility of human recognition. Johnson, Stress and Animal Welfare London: Chapman and Hall, 1993 ; Fraser, A.

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Encyclopedia of animal rights and animal welfare (Book, 2009) [thefourmusic.com]

encyclopedia of animal rights and animal welfare second edition

Their entries were written and rewritten and finally edited for length, audience, consistency in style, and overlap. When elephants weep: The emotional lives of animals. We can also see the animal presence in language, where they provide the base for some 5,000 expressions—more than any other set of things in nature. And this simple message is delivered here by a multitude of voices from many different disciplines: from biology, including ethology the study of behavior and ecology, anthropology, psychology, philosophy, sociology, education, law, ethnology, history, politics, theology, veterinary science, and public administration. All of these situations and their outcomes are part of an emerging consensus that animals matter and that we must do better in our dealings with all species. See also Dissection in Science and Health Education; Dissection, Student Objections to Further Reading Jukes, N. Vocal response of piglets to weaning: Effect of piglet age.

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Encyclopedia of animal rights and animal welfare (Book, 2009) [thefourmusic.com]

encyclopedia of animal rights and animal welfare second edition

Such restrictions will also limit the number and kinds of species that can be used in biological research. An additional problem here is in identifying conditions where welfare is agreed to be good and acceptable that can act as standards against which other conditions can be compared. For most such training, healthy animals are used and then euthanized at the end of the training session. The movement is changing as it matures. Caecilians are earthwormlike amphibians that occur in aquatic and terrestrial habitats in Asia, Africa, and America.

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Animal Welfare and Rights: II. Vegetarianism

encyclopedia of animal rights and animal welfare second edition

Wilson has eloquently argued, familiarity will breed tolerance and compassion. Animal Protection: The Future of Activism 27 Negative models, in which an animal fails to respond as a human might, can also be useful. Approximately 400 dog breeds have been created so far by humans over hundreds of years, all of them believed to be descended from the grey wolf. A tissue-culture test has now saved many tens of thousands of mice and produces results in 4 rather than 35 days. According to this view, animals should be thriving, capable of normal growth and reproduction, and reasonably free from disease, injury, malnutrition, and abnormalities of behavior and physiology.

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