Moral Animals: Can Animals Be Moral? Rowlands Mark Oxford University Press New York, NY [Book Review]

Journal of Animal Ethics 4 (2):86-92 (2014)
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In this article I review Can Animals be Moral? by Mark Rowlands. I outline the central arguments made by Rowlands in defence of his thesis that other animals can be moral subjects and I compare this claim to other who have held that animals can act morally. I finish by raising a couple worries with Rowlands' arguments and note some areas for further inquiry.

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