Blackwell Guide to Ethical Theory
Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2000. 446 p.
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LaFollette, Hugh; Shanks, Niall (1995)Biomedical experimentation on animals is justified, researchers say, because of its enormous benefits to human beings. Sure, animals suffer and die, but that is morally insignificant since the benefits of research incalculably ...