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Animals" rights, considered in relation to social progress.

by Henry Stephens Salt

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Published by Macmillan & co. in New York and London .
Written in English


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ContributionsLeffingwell, Albert, 1845- [from old catalog]
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LC ClassificationsHV4708 .S17
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL23380337M
LC Control Number03022190

“Animals who are exploited for “organic” foods are raised, maintained, transported, and slaughtered just like their nonorganic” counterparts: They are debeaked, dehorned, detoed, castrated, and/or branded, and they are kept, transported, and slaughtered in the same deplorable conditions.”.   English social reformer Henry Stephens Salt publishes "Animals' Rights: Considered in Relation to Social Progress." 20th Century Upton Sinclair's novel " The Jungle," an excoriating look into the cruelty and appalling conditions of .

The concept of animal rights became the subject of an influential book in , Animals' Rights: Considered in Relation to Social Progress, by English social reformer Henry Salt, who had formed the Humanitarian League a year earlier, with the objective of banning hunting as a sport. classical book entitled ‘Animals' Rights: Considered in Relation to Social Progress’, published in , included most of the current animal rights theories and concepts. A scholar, and then a master at Eton College, Salt was a friend of Shaw, Gandhi and William Morris.

Chapter 2The Animal Rights Debate According to the eleventh edition of Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary (), a right is a "power or privilege to which one is justly entitled." In The Animal Rights Crusade: The Growth of a Moral Protest (), the sociologists James M. Source for information on The Animal Rights Debate: Animal Rights dictionary. Animal Rights, Considered in Relation to Social Progress. Henry S. Salt. J. S. Mackenzie - - International Journal of Ethics 26 (4) details Animal Rights in Applied Ethics.


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Animals’ Rights: Considered in Relation to Social Progress. by Henry S. Salt. New York: Macmillan & Co, My thanks are due to several friends who have helped me in the preparation of this book; I may mention Mr.

Ernest Bell, Mr. Kenneth Romanes, and Mr. Axon. that man may '' lay down the terms of the social contract. Animals’ Rights considered in Relation to Social Progress The Vegetarian Messenger, July Man and the Lower Animals Royal Cornwall Gazette, Decem Towards Animal Rights and Moral Reform RSPCA Today, Summer This item is printed on demand.

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By HENRY S. SALT (Centaur Press, Pp. Price £) The first edition of this work was published in ; revised editions were published in and Even second-hand copies have long been in short supply, and not many university libraries ever stocked the book.

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It is widely considered to be the first explicit treatment of the concept of animal rights. In the book, Salt argues against the idea of speciesism, though the term was not coined for another 76 years.

Chapter 7 Henry Salt ( - ) Henry Stephens Salt wrote the first book entirely devoted to animal rights, published in Animals' Rights: considered in relation to social progress (1). He sought to impress people not to kill or eat animals and submitted that such behaviour is the distinction of a. Animals’ Rights: Considered in Relation to Social Progress It is interesting to note that although Salt is attributed with the honor of being the first writer to argue for animal rights, Salt believed Jeremy Bentham was the first animal rights activist writer due to Bentham's arguments against everything from Roman Gladiators to cockfighting.

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Free shipping for many products. Henry Stephens Salt has 70 books on Goodreads with ratings. Henry Stephens Salt’s most popular book is Animals' Rights Considered in Relation to Soci. Animals’ Rights: Considered in Relation to Social Progress * H ENRY S.

S ALT" I saw deep in the eyes of the animals the human soul look out upon me." I saw where it was born deep down under feathers and fur, or condemned for awhile to roam four-footed among the brambles.

I caught the clinging mute glance of the prisoner, and swore that I would be faithful. 4 Henry S. Salt, Animals’ Rights Considered in Relation to Social Progress 1 (Socy.

for Animal Rights ). 5 Id. 6 See e.g. Laura Ireland Moore, A Review of Animal Rights: Current Debates and New Directions, 11 Animal L.() (citing Salt); Paul Waldau, Will the Heav-ens Fall. Animal ethics is a term used in academia to name the branch of ethics that examines human-animal relationships, the moral consideration of animals and how nonhuman animals ought to be treated.

The subject matter includes animal rights, animal welfare, animal law, speciesism, animal cognition, wildlife conservation, wild animal suffering, the moral status of nonhuman animals, the concept of.

©— Bioethics Research Library Box Washington DC Wild animal suffering is the suffering experienced by nonhuman animals in nature through causes such as disease, injury, parasitism, starvation, natural disasters, and killings by other animal suffering has historically been discussed in the context of the philosophy of religion as an instance of the problem of evil.

More recently, a number of academics have considered the.Animal Welfare & Animal Rights: Although not the first book written on animal rights, Henry Salt's Animals' Rights Considered in Relation to Human Progress (; rpt.

Society for Animal Rights, ) is a remarkable classic that bears reading today; his full range of concerns are sampled in The Savor of Salt: A Henry Salt Anthology, edited by.