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    Jay E. Kantor (1980). The “Interests” of Natural Objects. Environmental Ethics 2 (2):163-171.
    Christopher D. Stone has claimed that natural objects can and should have rights. I accept Stone’s premise that the possession of rights is tied to the possession of interests; however, I argue that the concept of a natural object needs a more careful analysis than is given by Stone. Not everything that Stone calls a natural object is an object “naturally.” Some must be taken as artificial rather than as natural. Thistype of object cannot be said to have intrinsic interests (...)
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    Jay E. Kantor & Iffath Abbasi Hoskins (1993). Brain Death in Pregnant Women. Journal of Clinical Ethics 4 (4):308.
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  3. Jay E. Kantor (1989). Medical Ethics for Physicians-in-Training. Monograph Collection (Matt - Pseudo).
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  4. Jay E. Kantor (1979). Some Rights of Some Non Moral Agents - Necessary Conditions for Moral Rights Possession. Dissertation, City University of New York