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Animals Property & the Law

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Asks why has the law failed to protect animals from exploitation? Exploring different facets of this issue, this title discusses the history of the treatment of animals, anticruelty statutes, vivisection, the Federal Animal Welfare Act, and specific … weiterlesen
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Titel: Animals Property & the Law
Autor/en: Gary Francione

ISBN: 1566392845
EAN: 9781566392846
Sprache: Englisch.

April 1995 - kartoniert - 274 Seiten


Asks why has the law failed to protect animals from exploitation? Exploring different facets of this issue, this title discusses the history of the treatment of animals, anticruelty statutes, vivisection, the Federal Animal Welfare Act, and specific cases such as the controversial injury of anaesthetized baboons at the University of Pennsylvania.


Foreword - William M. Kunstler, Esq. Preface and Acknowledgments Introduction: Legal Welfarism: The Consequences of the Property Status of Animals Part I: The Status of Animals as Property 1. The Problem: "Unnecessary" Suffering and the "Humane" Treatment of Property 2. The Dominion of Humans over Animals, the "Defects" of Animals, and the Common Law 3. Two Examples of Legal Welfarism 4. The Exclusion of Animal Interests from Legal Consideration - the Doctrine of Standing 5. Laws and Rights: Claims, Benefits, Interests, and the Instrumental Status of Animals Part I Conclusion Part II: A General Application of the Theory: Anticruelty Statutes 6. The Purposes of Anticruelty Statutes 7. Anticruelty Statutes and the Protection of the Institutionalized Exploitation of Animals Part II Conclusion Part III: A Specific Application of the Theory: The Regulation of Animal Experimentation 8. Animal Experimentation: Animal Property and Human "Benefit" 9. The Federal Animal Welfare Act 10. The Administrative Regulation of the Animal Welfare Act 11. The Animal Welfare Act in the Courts Part III Conclusion Epilogue: An Alternative to Legal Welfarism? Explanation of Legal Citations Notes Selected Bibliography Index


Gary L. Francione is Professor of Law and Nicholas de B. Katzenbach Scholar of Law at Rutgers University Law School, Newark. He is also Co-director of the Rutgers Animal Rights Law Center.


"Here is a work of unquestionable historic importance the likes of which the world of ideas has never seen before: profound in its conception, execution, and its possible consequences. Gary Francione brings a real world understanding second to none in how American law impacts animals. It will be of interest to professionals in law, philosophy, government, veterinary medicine, and political science, but also among those who 'use' animals and those who profess the desire to protect them." --Tom Regan, North Caroling State University "Francione plunges into the maelstrom of the animals rights debate with a compelling and provocative analysis of the consequences of characterizing nonhuman animals as property. This book will undoubtedly spark a debate that will have widespread repercussions for the ways in which we think about animals. A must-read for anyone interested in the intellectual basis of animal rights." --Priscilla Cohn, Pennsylvania State University "Gary Francione's important contribution to the history of ideas places animal exploitation in its legal, philosophical, and economic context. A thorough, scholarly, and much-needed analysis that should be considered seriously even by those who disagree with the notion of animal rights." --William A. J. Watson, University of Georgia "Francione's analysis reflects his practical experience as a lawyer who has been at the cutting edge of litigating animal rights cases for over a decade... [It] is meticulously researched and rigorously argued, but is written with a level of clarity often lacking in books about legal subjects. It is my expectation that this book will provoke our rethinking about the status of animals as property and the consequent denial of justice that they suffer under the law." --William M. Kunstler, Esq., from the Foreword

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