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Are animals nothing more than "resources" to seve human purposes, to be used as proxies in experiments? Or do they have a moral right to be protected in their own right? A fascinating investigation of the relationship between humans and animals. Paperback, 294 pages. German language publication
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Are animals nothing more than »resources« to seve human purposes, to be used as proxies in experiments? Or do they have a moral right to be protected in their own right? A fascinating investigation of the relationship between humans and animals.

Paperback, 294 pages
Published 1999
Publisher: Harald Fischer Verlag
Language: German

About the author
Johann S. Ach, Dr. phil., is a research assistant at in the philosophical workshop of the University of Münster, Germany. His main fields of work are Bioethics, Medical Ethics and Nursing Ethics.

About the series
This is the second book in the series »Tierrechte - Menschenpflichten« (»Animal rights - human duties«), with which the Harald Fischer Verlag has done great service to the subject of animal rights.
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