To celebrate the fortieth anniversary of Tom Regan’s The Case for Animal Rights, CAF has produced an audiobook version of the philosophical classic.
In addition to the complete text of the revised 2002 edition, the audiobook includes a recording made by Tom Regan in 2001, in which he reflects on why he wrote The Case for Animal Rights, how it compares with Peter Singer’s Animal Liberation, and how his thinking evolved as he was writing the book. The audiobook also features an essay by philosopher Gary Comstock on Tom Regan’s contribution to, and place within, the history of thinking about our obligations to nonhuman animals over the last half-century. Both the book and the e-book of Case are available from the University of California Press.
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