The Moral Lives of AnimalseBook - 2009
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Bekoff and Pierce cover examples of moral behaviour in non-human animals, including dogs, wolves, elephants, bats, mice, rats and cetaceans, and discuss how they describe three loose morality clusters: cooperation, empathy and justice (fairness). They also address underlying questions about animals' capacities for intelligence, moral emotion, empathy, rationality, reflective judgment, moral agency and conscience. Greater implications for animal rights are briefly touched upon.
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