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Veterinary and Animal Ethics : Proceedings of the First International Conference on Veterinary and Animal Ethics, September 2011
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Table of Contents
Session I Principles of Veterinary and Animal Ethics
1 The History of Veterinary Ethics in Britain, ca. 1870–2000
2 The Idea of Animal Welfare – Developments and Tensions
Peter Sandøe and Karsten Klint Jensen
3 Lessons from Medical Ethics
4 Veterinary Ethics, Professionalism and Society
Stephen A. May
Session II Justifying Ends – The Morality of Animal Use
Judy MacArthur Clark
5 Justice of Animal Use in the Veterinary Profession
Martin C. Whiting
Bernard E. Rollin
7 Agriculture, Animal Welfare and Climate Change
Steven P. McCulloch
8 Ethics and Ethical Analysis in Veterinary Science and Medicine: The Development and Application of the Ethical Matrix Method
9 The Ethics of Animal Enhancement
Session III Ethical Analyses of Animal Use
10 Wildlife Medicine, Conservation and Welfare
James K. Kirkwood
11 Veterinary Ethics and the Use of Animals in Research: Are They Compatible?
Colin Gilbert and Sarah Wolfensohn
12 Production Animals: Ethical and Welfare Issues Raised by Production-focused Management of Newborn Livestock
David J. Mellor
13 Companion Animals
Sandra A. Corr
14 Ethical Analysis of the Use of Animals for Sport
Session IV Cultural, Political, Legal and Economic Considerations
15 Global Cultural Considerations of Animal Ethics
Michael C. Appleby
16 Animal Ethics and the Government’s Policy: ‘To Guard and Protect’
Sophia Hepple and Nigel Gibbens
17 Veterinary Ethics and Law
18 Ethical Citizenship
19 Principles, Preference and Profit: Animal Ethics
in a Market Economy
Debate: Is It Better to Have Lived and Lost than Never to Have Lived at All?