Cutting out the middleperson: An interests-based account of animals' legal inclusion
What are the key structural barriers that are preventing animals from gaining access to greater legal protection and, thus, greater justice? Animals are protected under welfare and anti-cruelty laws around the world and can even, under an interest theory account of rights, be said to have legal rights. Nevertheless, animals' legal inclusion remains severely limited in a range of ways: welfare laws protect economically and socially valuable practices that cause immense suffering to animals, the...[Show more]
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