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Searching for Ethical Consistency in Our Lives with Animals

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Affiliations: 1: University of New Mexico Kennedy Institute of Ethics Georgetown University

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1. "Coed kills herself to spare pet dog doomed by father" New York Times 1968 February 7
2. Glover J. Humanity: A moral history of the twentieth century 2000 New Haven Yale University Press
3. Lifton J. R. The Nazi doctors: Medical killing and the psychology of genocide 2000 New York Basic Books
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