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Newby, Jonica; Newby, Jonica. Sydney : ABC Books for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. First published as 'The Pact for Survival' in July 1997"-Title page verso. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Includes bibliographical references (pages 264-274) and index.
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Humans and Their Animal Companions. Published August 1997 by ABC Enterprises.
While studying for cynology certification, I read this book for class. Written by a veterinarian and cynologist, I've never read a book that encouraged me quite this much to delve deeper into the subject and to cross reference so many other books. The appendix contains an overwhelming amount of books to further my studies.
Human uses of animals include both practical uses, such as the production of food and clothing, and symbolic uses, such as in art, literature, mythology, and religion
Human uses of animals include both practical uses, such as the production of food and clothing, and symbolic uses, such as in art, literature, mythology, and religion. Animals used in these ways include fish, crustaceans, insects, molluscs, mammals and birds.
Hi, my name is Dr. Diane Pomerance. I am an author, animal rescuer and pet expert. Not Now. Animal Companions and Their People.
For humans though, cannibalism is the ultimate taboo. In fact, our aversion to cannibalism is so strong that consent and ethics count for little
For humans though, cannibalism is the ultimate taboo. In fact, our aversion to cannibalism is so strong that consent and ethics count for little. In one of our own experiments, participants were asked to consider the hypothetical case of a man who gave permission to his friend to eat parts of him once he died of natural causes. Participants read that this occurred in a culture that permitted the act, that the act was meant to honour the deceased, and that the flesh was cooked so that there was no chance of disease.