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305 A abjecting the animal, 117n38 abyssal rupture. See Derrida, Jacques Adams, Carol: absent referent, 101; The Sexual Politics of Meat: A FeministVegetarian Critical Theory, 115n19 aesthetics, 231–33 affective perception, 17, 159–60, 164–65, 167, 169. See also moral perception Alighieri, Dante: Paradise, 48 Alternatives to Lab Animals (journal), 275 altruism, 13, 43, 49, 52–53, 57–58; acquisition of, 45; and compassion, 55; in Hobbes’s Leviathan, 44; as misnomer, 50; as related to kin selection, 46 Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Jan Deyman (Rembrandt), 82 Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaas Tulp (Rembrandt), 78, 85 anatomy theatre, 14, 65, 75–76, 87n12, 90n59; anatomy lesson, 67–68, 70, 72, 74, 77–78; Cartesian, 80; lector, 68; sector, 68; subject–object dichotomy, 74 android, 187–88, 190 Animal Alliance of Canada, 212, 268n16 animal experimentation, 184, 205, 271; cancer research, 272, 276–77; invasive, 272–75; waste of animal lives, 272; Web of Science, 271–72 “Animal Experimentation in Cancer Research” (Dagg), 276, 278 animal liberation, 1, 17, 27n4, 97, 147, 152, 177, 180, 182, 184, 189; -ists, 178; movement, 186; philosophy, 183 Animal Liberation (Singer), 1, 27n4, 254n9 Animal Others: Ethics, Ontology, and Animal Life (Steeves), 115n18, 118n52, 171n20, 172n23 animal question, 2, 97, 98, 114, 235n9; nonhuman- 5, 7, 10; Wollstonecraft’s position on, 225 Animal Question: Why Nonhuman Animals Deserve Human Rights (Cavalieri), 120n77 “Animal Rights and Feminist Theory” (Donovan), 224 Animal Rights and Human Obligations (Singer), 27n4 Animal Rights, Human Wrongs (Regan), 245 Animal Rites: American Culture, the Discourse of Species, and Posthumanist Theory (Wolfe), 1, 141n43, 141n46, 304 animal studies, 4, 21, 24, 28n8 “Animal that therefore I Am (More to Follow),” (Derrida), 118n56, 119n58, 119n64, 120n75 Index Animals and Ethics: An Overview of the Philosophical Debate (Taylor), 17 Animals, Property and the Law (Francione), 268n5 anthropocentrism, 5, 119n64, 151 anthropomorphism, 9, 141n53, 142; charges of, 11, 21; by ethologists, 57 anti-humanism, 15, 97–98, 102, 112–13 anti-humanist, 100, 103, 107, 111; Kantian distinction, 101 aquarium: Vancouver, 205–6 argument: from identity, 247–48; from marginal cases, 109, 119n61, 121, 180–81; from nature, 17, 177–79, 181–82, 184, 186, 189 Aristotle, 40, 59n5, 134, 138, 173n37, 178–79 Aristotle Contemplating the Bust of Homer (Rembrandt), 85 Armbruster, Karla, 158 Augustine, Saint, 287–88, 296 Auschwitz, 11 automata: animals as, 41, 43, 178 avian flu, 12, 36 B Bacon, Francis, 52 Bakhtin, Mikhail, 4, 28n12 Bal, Mieke: Double Exposures: The Subject of Cultural Analysis, 74; Reading “Rembrandt”: Beyond the Word–Image Opposition, 82 Barker-Benfield, G.J., 228 Barnum, P.T., 18, 195 Bataille, Georges, 291–92, 296, 298n17 Bear Alliance, 212 Beavers, Anthony F., 5 Bentham, Jeremy, 44–45, 49, 52, 58 59n9; Derrida, Peter Singer, and, 138; Holmes Rolston iii and, 183 Best, Steven, 218 bête machine, 46 Beyond Prejudice (Pluhar), 249 biomedical, 22, 107, 271, 280 bio-power, 64–66, 74–75, 79–81, 86, 87n16 Birdsall, Stephen S., 153, 171n16 Blatchford, Christie, 266 Bobby (dog), 15, 102–4, 117n45 Bohls, Elizabeth A., 231, 233 Bowerbank, Sylvia, 226, 231 Budiansky, Stephen, 9 C Calder, Alison, 7 Callicott, J. Baird, 182 Canadian Council on Animal Care (ccac), 275 Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 275 Canadian sentencing law, 268n11 Cancer (journal), 277–78 capacity to suffer, 167, 180, 253 captivity, 201–2, 204, 206–10, 213–14, 264; bears, 212; dolphins, 212; orcas, 212 capture: human ability to, 199; Kensington the cat, 268n4; methods of, 207–9; Sultan the great ape, 293; of whales, 195–96 Cartesian, 51, 79–81, 83, 85, 91n76, 92n107, 99, 127, 129–31, 133, 137, 139n4, 180, 187; dualism, 178; -ism, 46, 133, 136–37; subject–object division, 67. See also anatomy theatre; Dennet, Daniel; Descartes, René; human–animal divide Cartlidge, Doug, 211, 214–15 Case for Animal Rights (Regan), 170n1, 254n9, 256n32, 256n33 Casuistry: The Art of Killing a Cat (film), 266–67 Cavalieri, Paola: The Animal Question: Why Nonhuman Animals Deserve Human Rights, 120n77; The Great Ape Project: Equality beyond Humanity, 141n53 Cetacean Society International, 198, 208 chauvinism, 286, 296 Cheney, Jim, 150 Chicken Run (film), 37 “Citations Dearth: Another Reason to Reduce Animal Experimentation” (Dagg), 274 Coetzee, J.M.: The Lives of Animals, 290, 293; Sultan the great ape, 293–94 cognition, 7, 128, 147, 165 cognitive endowment 108–10 cognitive science, 125–27, 136, 180 Collini, Stefan, 3 306 index Communist Manifesto, 190 compassion, 11, 13, 27, 52, 54–56, 58, 108, 112, 163–65, 169–70, 188...


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