1. The Aggregation of Suffering in the Regulatory Context: Scientific Experimentation, Animals, and Intrinsic Value
  2. Darren Calley
  3. pp. 1-30
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  1. Why Eating Animals Is Not Good for Us
  2. Eleonora Gullone
  3. pp. 31-62
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  1. On the Suffering of Animals in Nature: Legal Barriers and the Moral Duty to Intervene
  2. Lisa Johnson
  3. pp. 63-77
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  1. Preventing the Suffering of Free-Living Animals: Should Animal Advocates Begin the Killing?
  2. Tatjana Višak
  3. pp. 78-95
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  1. “What Have Animals to Do With Social Work?” A Sociological Reflection on Species and Social Work
  2. Kay Peggs
  3. pp. 96-108
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  1. Animals in China: Law and Society by Deborah Cao (review)
  2. Chien-hui Li
  3. pp. 109-111
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  1. The Animal Trade by C. J. C. Phillips (review)
  2. David S. Favre
  3. pp. 111-113
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  1. About the Authors
  2. pp. 114-115
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  1. The “It” in Our Midst
  2. Andrew Linzey, Clair Linzey
  3. pp. v-vi
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  1. Books Received
  2. pp. 116-117
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