Beastly Morality: Animals as Ethical Agents

New York: Columbia University Press (2016)
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Featuring original essays by philosophers, ethicists, religionists, and ethologists, this collection demonstrates the ability of animals to operate morally, process ideas of good and bad, and think seriously about sociality and virtue.



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