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April 15, 2009

Earth Ethics: Animals & Religion Edition 2004

The Humane Society of the United States

The Fall 2004 edition of Earth Ethics, a quarterly publication featuring essays by scholars of philosophy, ecology and other disciplines, was entirely dedicated to the topic of Animals & Religion. PDF (1 MB)

Table of Contents:

Religion and Animals

by Paul Waldau and Kimberly Patton — page 1

Hierarchy, Kinship, and Responsibility: The Jewish Relationship to the Animal
World

by Roberta Kalechofsky — page 6

The Case of the Animals versus Man: Towards an Ecology of Being

by Zayn Kassam — page 8

The Tradition of Animal Protection in Jaina Religion

by Christopher Key Chapple — page 11

The Subjective Lives of Animals

by Marc Bekoff — page 13

All Animals Matter: Marc Bekoff’s Contribution to Constructive Christian
Theology

by Jay McDaniel — page 16

Ecumenical Ethics for Earth Community

by Dieter Hessel — page 22

Animals Re-Enter the Christian (and Interfaith) Sanctuary: Blessings of the
Animals in the U.S.

by Laura Hobgood-Oster — page 26

Resources for Animals and Religion: Animals, Religion and the Environment:
The Bible’s Teachings on Protecting Animals and Nature

by Lewis Regenstein — page 35

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