Items where Subject is "Q Science > QL Zoology"

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Gooding, Ruth (2022) A scholar of passion. Thomas Pennant, The British zoology. Class I. Quadrupeds. II. Birds. Published under the inspection of the Cymmrodorion Society (London: Printed by J. and J. March ... for the Society, 1766). In: Treasures: the Special Collections of the University of Wales Trinity Saint David. University of Wales Press, Cardiff, pp. 116-121. ISBN 9781786839015

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Holland, Samantha Jane (2013) Othas and environment in animal ethics and environmental philosophy : ontology and ethical motivation beyond the dichotomies of anthropocentrism. Masters thesis, University of Wales, Trinity St David.

Humphreys, Rebekah (2008) Animal thoughts on factory farms : Michael Leahy, language and awareness of death. Between the Species, 13 (8). pp. 1-16. ISSN 1945-8487

Humphreys, Rebekah (2023) Animals, Ethic, and Language: The Philosophy of Meaningful Communication of the Lives of Animals. The Palgrave Macmillan Animal Ethics Series . Palgrave Macmillan, Springer Nature, Switzerland.

Humphreys, Rebekah (2011) 'The Moral status of sentient and non-sentient creatures.". In: Issues in Ethics and Animal Rights,. Regency Publications. ISBN ISBN: 81-89233-68-8. ISBN: 978-81-89233-68-6.

Humphreys, Rebekah (2020) Philosophy, ecology and elephant equality. Animal Sentience: An Interdisciplinary Journal on Animal Feeling,, 5. ISSN 2377-7478

Humphreys, Rebekah (2011) Review of: Do Fish Feel Pain? (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), by Victoria Braithwaite. In Sport, Ethics and Philosophy, Vol.5, No.2, 178-182, May 2011. Routledge, London.

Humphreys, Rebekah (2011) Rights, interests and moral standing: a critical examination of dialogue between Regan and Frey. In: Issues in Ethics and Animal Rights. Regency Publications. ISBN ISBN: 81-89233-68-8. ISBN: 978-81-89233-68-6.

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Williams, Bridget. (2012) Walking with wolves : an ethnographic investigation into the relationship between socialised wolves and humans. Masters thesis, University of Wales, Trinity St David.

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