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Toni-Marie Gallagher Aug 19
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Susan Kayne Jul 24
University of Oxford Summer School for is a wrap. A constellation of new ground was broken to usher in a kinder era for our animal friends… Looking forward to bringing home to the States what I have...
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geoff barstow Jul 26
Excellent Citations Needed podcast on the bizarre attitudes towards , , and in leftist pop culture. “You can’t mock it on substance, so you turn it into a ... cultural shorthand for someone who’s an obnoxious busybody.”
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UK Centre for Animal Law (A-Law) Aug 7
Booking is open for the Second Conference on Animal Law, Ethics & Policy! The Conference takes place 10-11th September in Liverpool and features over 30 speakers. Find out more and book here
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PlantyOfEthics Jul 8
This really brought tears to my eyes.
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Nathan A. Olmstead Aug 21
Replying to @olmsna
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David Clough 10 Nov 17
If you’re near Vancouver in Jan, it would be great to see you at this lecture.
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Brock Labour Studies Jul 26
Our chair spoke at the University of Oxford this week to share her innovative thinking on .
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Soazig Le Bihan Jul 8
Animal experimentation session.
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Juliet Dukes Aug 8
Had a great meeting with the lovely folk at this morning, talking about how we may share approaches & ideas for delivering (& maybe ) messages at University level. Was delighted to be welcomed by Frankie their new four-legged Receptionist! 🐕
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Kendra Coulter Jul 24
Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics gala. Wonderful people.
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Philosophy 4 Schools Aug 20
Is sheep farming ethically wrong? A vegan goes head to head with a farmer to discuss the practice of shearing and the killing of animals for consumption.
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Jeff Sebo 26 Apr 18
showdown! I have two co-authored books coming out August 22 from . All proceeds from both books will be donated to charity. Please buy each so it can beat the competition! Links below.
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Animalethics.net Aug 2
increases the risk of obesity in male but not in bitches — a new study investigates risk factors for in Denmark
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Emma 22 Nov 17
In this weeks Vet Record a review of legislation on banning wild animals in circuses why are we lagging behind?
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Sharon Murdoch Jun 25
Two NZ universities criticised for their use of “forced swim tests” on rats and mice in research. My on and
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Wageningen U&R 24 Jun 18
| animal ethics could play a key mediating role between the public debate and the world of science and policy
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Susan Hazel Sep 10
I'm teaching 1st years now, so many difficult ethic problems in the world: With limited funds for conservation, researchers spar over which species to save—and which to let go
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Animal Blawg 12 Jan 18
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Joe Wills Apr 16
“The Doctrine of Double Effect and Killing Animals for Food”
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