- Title Pages
- Series Foreword
- 1 The Ethics of Animal Research: An Overview of the Debate
- 2 Ethics and Animal Research
- 3 The Evolutionary Basis for Animal Research
- 4 Defending Animal Research: An International Perspective
- 5 Animal Experimentation, Marginal Cases, and the Significance of Suffering
- 6 Lives in the Balance: Utilitarianism and Animal Research
- 7 Empty Cages: Animal Rights and Vivisection
- 8 Virtue, Vice, and Vivisection
- 9 Contractarianism, Animals, and Risk
- 10 Ethical Issues Concerning Transgenic Animals in Biomedical Research
- 11 Casuistry and the Moral Continuum: Evaluating Animal Biotechnology
- 12 Debating the Value of Animal Research
- 13 The Commonsense Case against Animal Experimentation
- 14 Rational Engagement, Emotional Response, and the Prospects for Moral Progress in Animal Use “Debates”
- 15 Animal Rights Advocacy and Modern Medicine: The Charge of Hypocrisy
- 16 We’re All Animals: A Feminist Treatment of the Moral Limits of Nonhuman Animal Research
- The Ethics of Animal Research
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