Nature, Culture, and Natural Heritage: Toward a Culture of Nature
Environmental Ethics 2005 Winter; 27(4): 339-354
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Hilgers, Thomas W. (1997-08)
Animals in Surgery -- Surgery in Animals: Nature and Culture in Animal-Human Relationship and Modern Surgery Schlich, Thomas; Mykhalovskiy, Eric; Rock, Melanie (2009)AThis paper looks at the entangled histories of animal-human relationship and modem surgery. It starts with the various different roles animals have in surgery--patients, experimental models and organ providers--and analyses ...
Heyd, David (2003-04)The concept of human nature played an important role in the Aristotelian attempt to characterize the specific difference of humans from other animals and serves as a normative guide. But with the positivistic turn in the ...