Animal Sentience 3 (27) (2019)

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Clare Alexandra Palmer
Texas A&M University
Bob Fischer
Texas State University
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Treves et al. (2019) argue that policy making should include the interests and well-being of present and future generations of humans and nonhumans. There are deep and abiding conflicts of interest both between and within these groups. Trying to factor in so many considerations is likely to generate political gridlock. The authors need to explain how to avoid this.
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