Animal law: reform or revolution?

Peters, Anne and Stucki, Saskia and Boscardin, Livia, eds. (2015) Animal law: reform or revolution? Schriften zum Tier im Recht, Bd. 14. Zürich.

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This book has emerged out of the inaugural conference of the doctoral programme “Law and Animals” at the Law School of the University of Basel. It tackles one of the normative questions fundamental to this novel field of interdisciplinary legal research - the question of the appropriate legal status and means of legal protection of animals, and frames it in terms of a well-known controversy: reform or revolution? Should the use of animals be merely regulated for the purpose of humane treatment and improving animal welfare, or must it be abolished in order to safeguard the (moral) rights and inherent value of animals? The contributors introduce the reader to the ethical and legal bases of this debate and further pursue the main issue of whether the law’s dealing with animals ought to be reformed.
Faculties and Departments:02 Faculty of Law > Departement Rechtswissenschaften > Ehemalige Einheiten Rechtswissenschaften > Titularprofessur Völker- und Staatsrecht (Peters)
UniBasel Contributors:Stucki, Saskia and Peters, Anne and Boscardin, Livia
Item Type:Book
Book Subtype:Edited Book
ISBN:978-3-7255-7311-0 (pbk.)
Number of Pages:152 S.
Note:Note: Beitr. engl., ein Beitr. dt. -- Publication type according to Uni Basel Research Database: Edited book
Last Modified:02 Oct 2015 10:01
Deposited On:04 Sep 2015 14:30

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