- Title Pages
- Series Foreword
- List of Contributors
- Chapter One Aristotle on Animals
- Chapter Two Reincarnation, Rationality, and Temperance
- Chapter Three Illuminating Community
- Chapter Four Human and Animal Nature in the Philosophy of the Islamic World
- Chapter Five Marking the Boundaries
- Chapter Six Animals in the Renaissance<sup>*</sup>
- Chapter Seven Animal Souls and Beast Machines
- Chapter Eight Kant on Animals
- Chapter Nine The Emergence of the Drive Concept and the Collapse of the Animal/ Human Divide
- Chapter Ten Governing Darwin’s World
- Chapter Eleven Morgan’s Canon
- Chapter Twelve The Contemporary Debate in Animal Ethics
- Primary Literature
- Secondary Literature
- Index of Animal Names
- Fantastic Beasts
- Index of Authors and Texts
- Index of Key Terms
This introduction to the volume introduces the topic of animals in philosophy, focusing on the interaction between the question of animal minds and the ethical treatment of animals. The contribution of each chapter in the book is briefly discussed, emphasizing the way that these contributions overturn common assumptions about animals in the history of philosophy.
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