Non-humans, technology and symbiotic ethics: the challenges of developing an ethical framework for an emerging research area
Date: 19 July 2018
Steve_North)_ISAZ2018 - EASE symposium - Anthrozoology as symbiotic ethics - presentation.pdf (PDF, 81.27Kb)
The International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ)
Presentation to Symposium 10: 'Anthrozoology as symbiotic ethics, and the ethics of anthrozoological research'. Includes conference paper and accompanying presentation.
Social and Political Sciences, Philosophy, and Anthropology
Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
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