Animals, Science, and Ethics. Section III. Critical Anthropomorphism, Animal Suffering, and the Ecological Context
Morton, David B.
Burghardt, Gordon M. and Smith, Jane A.
HASTINGS CENTER REPORT 20(3, suppl.): S13-S19, May/June 1990
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Animals, Science, and Ethics -- Section III. Critical Anthropomorphism, Animal Suffering, and the Ecological Context Morton, David B.; Berghardt, Gordon M.; Smith, Jane A. (1990)Section III discusses the problem of animal suffering and its recognition by "critical anthropomorphism," a serious and thoughtful attempt to bridge the gap between the understanding of human and animal life. This is a ...
Rowan, Andrew N. (1990)Section IV takes a close practical look at Animal Care and Use Committees, their history, mandates, and the impediments they still experience in trying to promote animal welfare and an ethical scientific use of animals.