Judaism and Animal Rights: Classical and Contemporary Responses

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An anthology of 41 articles from classical and contemporary sources, by rabbis, doctors, veterinarians, conservationists, philosophers, historians and activists on vegetarianism, ritual slaughter, animal research and its implications for modern health.

Judaism and Animal Rights: Classical and Contemporary Responses 1992, Book Publishing Company (TN)

ISBN-13: 9780916288358

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