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Your Daughter or Your Dog? A Feminist Assessment of the Animal Research Issue

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 March 2020

Abstract

I bring several ecofeminist critiques of deep ecology to bear on mainstream animal rights theories, especially on the rights and utilitarian treatments of the animal research issue. Throughout, I show how animal rights issues are feminist issues and clarify the relationship between ecofeminism and animal rights.

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Research Article
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Copyright © 1991 by Hypatia, Inc.

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