Ontology Matters: Humans and Other Animals in Classical Sociological Thought

Journal of Animal Ethics 12 (1):89-95 (2022)
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An overview and analysis of Salla Tuomivaara's comparison of the respective views of Emile Durkheim and Edward Westermarck on sociology, humans, and other animals.



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