Animal Rights and Wrongs

Metro in Association with Demos (2000)
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Roger Scruton
University of Buckingham
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Keywords Animal rights Philosophy  Animal welfare Moral and ethical aspects  Animal rights  Dierenbescherming  Rechten van het dier
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ISBN(s) 0826494048   1900512815   9780826494047
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