As Yuval Harari’s brilliantly argued introduction makes clear, this book is as relevant now as the day it was written.
Author: Peter Singer
Publisher: Random House
How should we treat non-human animals? In this immensely powerful and influential book (now with a new introduction by Sapiens author Yuval Noah Harari), the renowned moral philosopher Peter Singer addresses this simple question with trenchant, dispassionate reasoning. Accompanied by the disturbing evidence of factory farms and laboratories, his answers triggered the birth of the animal rights movement. 'An extraordinary book which has had extraordinary effects... Widely known as the bible of the animal liberation movement' Independent on Sunday In the decades since this landmark classic first appeared, some public attitudes to animals may have changed but our continued abuse of animals in factory farms and as tools for research shows that the underlying ideas Singer exposes as ethically indefensible are still dominating the way we treat animals. As Yuval Harari’s brilliantly argued introduction makes clear, this book is as relevant now as the day it was written.
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North Americas Anima Liberation Press Comce ( NAALPO ) was founded to
communicate the actions , strategies , and philcsophy of the animal lideration ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Environment and Public Works
Publisher: Office of the Federal Register
Category: Animal rights activists
The Code of Federal Regulations is a codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the Executive departments and agencies of the United States Federal Government.
Animal Liberation Action. 1996b. “Puppy Factory Campaign.” Action: The Animals
Voice. Animal Liberation Action. 1996c. “RSPCA under Fire.” Action: The Animals
Voice. Animal Liberation Action. 2001. “What's Wrong with the RSPCA.
Author: Corey Lee Wrenn
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
Category: Political Science
Given their tendency to splinter over tactics and goals, social movements are rarely unified. Following the modern Western animal rights movement over thirty years, Corey Lee Wrennapplies the sociological theory of Bourdieu, Goffman, Weber, and contemporary social movement researchers to examine structural conditions in the animal rights movement, facilitating factionalism in today’s era of professionalized advocacy. Modern social movements are dominated by bureaucratically oriented nonprofits, a special arrangement that creates tension between activists and movement elites who compete for success in a corporate political arena. Piecemeal Protest examines the impact of nonprofitization on factionalism and a movement’s ability to mobilize, resonate, and succeed. Wrenn’sexhaustive analysis of archival movement literature and exclusive interviews with movement leaders illustrate how entities with greater symbolic capital are positioned to monopolize claims-making, disempower competitors, and replicate hegemonic power, eroding democratic access to dialogue and decision-making essential for movement health. Piecemeal Protest examines social movement behavior shaped by capitalist ideologies and state interests. As power concentrates to the disadvantage of marginalized factions in the modern social movement arena, Piecemeal Protest shines light on processes of factionalism and considers how, in the age of nonprofits, intra-movement inequality could stifle social progress.
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Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcommittee on Health and the Environment
Category: Animal experimentation
The thing that makes PETA stand out is the fact that whenever a raid or liberation"
is conducted around the United States by the Animal Liberation Front or a similar
underground group, PETA serves as their spokesman to the media and the ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture. Subcommittee on Department Operations, Research, and Foreign Agriculture
Category: Animal welfare
Critical Theory and Animal Liberation is the first collection to approach our relationship with other animals from the critical or "left" tradition in political and social thought.
Author: John Sanbonmatsu
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Critical Theory and Animal Liberation is the first collection to approach our relationship with other animals from the critical or "left" tradition in political and social thought. Breaking with past treatments that have framed the problem as one of "animal rights," the authors instead depict the exploitation and killing of other animals as a political question of the first order. The contributions highlight connections between our everyday treatment of animals and other forms of social power, mass violence, and domination, from capitalism and patriarchy to genocide, fascism, and ecocide. Contributors include well-known writers in the field as well as scholars in other areas writing on animals for the first time. Among other things, the authors apply Freud's theory of repression to our relationship to the animal, debunk the "Locavore" movement, expose the sexism of the animal defense movement, and point the way toward a new transformative politics that would encompass the human and animal alike.
Author: Lori Gruen
Publisher: Camden Press
Category: Animal experimentation
The actions of the Animal Liberation Front (ALF) constitute one of the most misunderstood components of the animal advocacy movement in the U.K. and U.S. Not so much an organization as an ever-changing cluster of individuals who free ...
Author: Best Ph.D., Steven
Publisher: Lantern Books
The actions of the Animal Liberation Front (ALF) constitute one of the most misunderstood components of the animal advocacy movement in the U.K. and U.S. Not so much an organization as an ever-changing cluster of individuals who free animals from laboratories, farms, and other animal-confinement facilities, the ALF has been by turns romanticized and vilified, hounded and lionized. In this detailed introduction to the ALF, which constitutes the opening chapter of their edited volume, Terrorists or Freedom Fighters?, academics Steve Best and Anthony Nocella place the ALF in the context of other liberation and social justice movements and examine its stated commitment to nonviolence and the forces arrayed against it. The result is a potent, polemical, and passionately engaged study of activism in an age of terror laws and fearmongering.
This book offers the words of both new and highly influential voices in the movement today, with the intention of inspiring and educating those who are sparked by the vision of a more ethical world.
Author: Brittany Michelson
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Immerse yourself in the world of animal rights protests, campaigns, demonstrations, outreach, rescue, and so much more. In today’s world, voices of the marginalized are in the spotlight and people across the globe are recognizing animal rights as a social justice movement. During a time of historic actions and victorious campaigns, Voices for Animal Liberation depicts the full spectrum of animal rights activism that is currently at work to create change. This book offers the words of both new and highly influential voices in the movement today, with the intention of inspiring and educating those who are sparked by the vision of a more ethical world. Including a foreword by Ingrid Newkirk, founder and president of PETA and arguably one of the most prolific figures in the animal rights movement, other contributors include: Jasmine Afshar, army veteran Chase Avior, actor and filmmaker Gene Baur, founder of Farm Sanctuary Dotsie Bausch, Olympic medalist and founder of Switch4Good Alex Bez, founder and director of Amazing Vegan Outreach Matthew Braun, former investigator of farms and slaughterhouses Saengduean Lek Chailert, founder of Save Elephant Foundation Amy Jean Davis, founder of Los Angeles Animal Save Karen Davis, founder of United Poultry Concerns Sean Hill, award-winning multidisciplinary artist and humanitarian Wayne Hsiung, cofounder of Direct Action Everywhere (DxE) Gwenna Hunter, event coordinator for Vegan Outreach and founder of Vegans of LA Anita Krajnc, founder of the Save Movement Cory Mac a’Ghobhainn, organizer with Progress for Science Jo-Anne McArthur, photographer and founder of We Animals Media Zafir Molina, truth seeker and movement artist Shaun Monson, documentary filmmaker Alexandra Paul, actress and cohost of Switch4Good Brittany Peet, Director of Captive Animal Law Enforcement for PETA Jill Robinson, founder and CEO of Animals Asia Zoe Rosenberg, founder of Happy Hen Animal Sanctuary Dani Rukin, citizen journalist for JaneUnchained News Jasmin Singer, cofounder of Our Hen House and Senior Features Editor for VegNews Kathy Stevens, founder of Catskill Animal Sanctuary Natasha & Luca, “That Vegan Couple,” social media influencers Will Tuttle, visionary author and speaker Gillian Meghan Walters, creator of MummyMOO project Connect with activists from different backgrounds as they reveal their perspectives on animal rights, their experiences taking action for animals, the challenges they've faced, and the meaning of activism in their lives.
Animal Liberation, a 1975 treatise by an Australian philosopher, Peter Singer, is
the most famous of all attacks on the human use of animals.1 Singer and his
followers — the animal liberation movement — do not claim that animals have
Author: Carl Cohen
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Here, for the first time, the world's two leading authorities--Tom Regan, who argues for animal rights, and Carl Cohen, who argues against them--make their respective case before the public at large. The very terms of the debate will never be the same. This seminal moment in the history of the controversy over animal rights will influence the direction of this debate throughout the rest of the century. Visit our website for sample chapters!
Chapter Seven Other Voices : Environmentalism , Ecofeminism , and Animal
Liberation The animal rights movement is one of a number of liberation
movements : the feminist movement , the civil rights movement , the gay / lesbian
Author: Lawrence Finsen
Publisher: Twayne Publishers
Explains the philosophy of the animal rights movement, looks at its origins, and discusses current issues and future trends
This grounding of the intrinsic value of some nonhuman animals — sentient
animals — is popularly known as animal liberation and has been recently and
most notably espoused by Peter Singer ( 1975 ) . I have been a resolute
Author: Susan Jean Armstrong
This volume provides a comprehensive anthology of readings on this substantial area of study and interest. The book is designed to appeal to anyone interested in tracing the history of the subject, as well as providing a powerful insight into the debate as it has developed.
KEY WORDS : ethics , animal liberation , animal rights Proc . 17th Vertebr . Pest
Conf . ( R.M. Timm & A.C. Crabb , Eds . ) Published at Univ . of Calif . , Davis .
1996 . Although they provide catchy labels , " animal liberation " and " animal
Justice , Caring , and Animal Liberation ( 1992 ) BRIAN LUKE arol Gilligan has
described justice and caring as two distinct moral frameworks or orientations to
ethical concerns . The justice framework is characterized by abstraction , the ...
Author: Josephine Donovan
Publisher: Burns & Oates
Contains eight contributions which extend feminist ethic-of-care theory to the issue of animal well-being. As a group, the essays aim to suggest ways that theorists can move beyond the notion of animal rights to establish care as a basis for the ethical treatment of animals. Annotation c. by Book
Matthew Barakat , “ PETA Euthanized More Than 1 , 000 Animals Last Year , ”
July 29 , 2000 , Associated Press Wire . 12 . “ Animal ... 215 . 27 . Peter Singer ,
Animal Liberation : New Revised Edition ( New York : Avon Books , 1991 ) , p ...
Author: Daniel J. Flynn
Publisher: Crown Pub
Category: Political Science
Argues that members of the liberal media, as well as the political and academic elite, have become blinded to reality by their identification with and devotion to ideological dogmas.
makes a liberation movement " genuine , ” “ real , ” or “ as important as ” other ,
certified liberation movements . If we were to judge by the number of suffering
individuals involved , then the animal liberation movement is clearly more serious
Author: Louis P. Pojman
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company
Organized into two main parts, the first on theory and the second on applications, the third edition of this popular anthology provides the most comprehensive set of readings available for environmental ethics and includes topic areas not covered in other anthologies. The text follows a dialogic pro-con format to present different and conflicting views on each topic. Articles have been carefully selected for clarity and accessibility.
rule , the Society has clearly come out on the side of the liberators ; it is not so
much welfare that we seek , as freedom . Our aim is not ... The great anomaly is ,
as we know , that Singer's Animal Liberation actually promotes the use of animals
Category: Animal rights
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Category: Animal welfare
Philosopher Peter Singer's 1975 book Animal Liberation became the bible for a
new generation of animal rights activists and groups . Inspired by Singer's book ,
Henry Spira staged a widely publicized protest in 1980 in New York City against
Author: David M. O'Brien
Category: Animal sacrifice
It may be no accident that Gutierrez refers to God-given dominion over animals
as the commission to 'dominate the earth'. ... of scorn and noise' - it is hardly
surprising that Gutierrez does not offer a full-blown doctrine of animal liberation.
Author: Andrew Linzey
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Animal rights is animal theology. The author argues that historical theology, creatively defined, must reject humanocentricity. He questions the assumption that if theology is to speak on this issue, 'it must only do so on the side of the oppressors.' His theological query investigates not only the abstractions of theory, but also the realities of hunting, animal experimentation, and genetic engineering. He is an important, pioneering, Christian voice speaking for those who cannot speak for themselves.