El fatal destino de Roma

Kyle Harper
Editorial Crítica , 2019
Can climate change and infectious diseases contribute to the fall of a great empire? This original book by Kyle Harper (University of Oklahoma, USA), published in 2017 under the title "The Fate of Rome" and translated into 12 languages, shows those decided the fate of the Roman Empire. Moving from…

Thinking Veganism in Literature and Culture - Towards a Vegan Theory

Emelia Quinn, Benjamin Westwood (Eds.)
Palgrave Macmillan , 2018
Who is a vegan? What a vegan think? Can a vegan live in a carnivore world? Is it possible to acquire a vegan mental attitude? Is it possible to protect veganism as a fundamental freedom related to creed? Through the contribution of experts in animal studies, this book offers a deep analysis of…

Haben Tiere Rechte? Aspekte und Dimensionen der Mensch-Tier-Beziehung

Elke Diehl, Jens Tuider (Hrsg.)
BPB , 2019
Do animals have rights? Some German researchers give their answer to this broad question in the book we present, which presents the various facets of the relationship between humans and animals. This publication offers an historical, religious, philosophical and psychological understanding of this…

Protecting animals within and across borders. Extraterritorial Jurisdiction and the Challenges of Globalization

Charlotte Blattner
Oxford University Press , 2019
“Global entanglements and challenges abound in animal law, as multinationals rise in number and power, production facilities move to other countries, and animals are shipped for use and slaughter across borders by the millions. In this environment, it has become increasingly difficult for states to…

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