Curriculum Vitae

TOM REGAN

PERSONAL

Address:
Department of Philosophy & Religion
NC State University
Raleigh, NC 27695-8103

Phone:
919-513-1333

Email: tom_regan@ncsu.edu

Born: 28 November 1938; Pittsburgh, PA

Married: Nancy Jane Tirk, 17 June 1961

Children: Bryan, 8 October 1966; Karen, 24 November 1970

 

EDUCATION

A.B., Thiel College, 1960.

M.A., University of Virginia, 1962.

Ph.D., University of Virginia, 1966.

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Instructor, then Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Sweet Briar College, 1965-67.

Assistant Professor of Philosophy, NC State University, 1967-72.

Associate Professor of Philosophy, NC State University, 1972-78.

Professor of Philosophy, NC State University, 1978-2001.

Interim Head, Philosophy & Religion, NC State University, 1995-96.

Head, Philosophy & Religion, NC State University, 1996-1999.

Professor Emeritus, NC State University, 2000-present.

 

Visiting Positions

Instructor, Oxford University, Summer 1973, in conjunction with the University of North Carolina – Asheville.

Distinguished Scholar and Visiting Professor, University of Calgary, Spring, 1977.

Visiting Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Brooklyn College, Fall, 1982.

Visiting Professor, Center for the Study of Theology, University of Essex (England), Summer 1988.

McAndless Distinguished Professor, Eastern Michigan University, Fall 1996.

Distinguished Visiting Scholar, Massey University (New Zealand), Fall 1997.

 

AWARDS, GRANTS, AND HONORS (Select)

Phillip Francis Dupont Fellow, University of Virginia, 1964-65.

Outstanding Teacher, NC State University, 1969-70.

Summer Stipend, National Endowment for the Humanities, 1972.

Outstanding Teacher, NC State University, 1974-75.

Alumni Distinguished Professor, NC State University, 1977-81.

Grant, Summer Study Abroad, NC State University, August 1977.

Fellowship, Category B, National Endowment for the Humanities, 1980-81.

Fellow, National Humanities Center, 1984-85.

The Gandhi Award, for Outstanding Contributions to the Animal Rights Movement, 1986.

Outstanding Alumni Award, Thiel College, 1986.

Outstanding Research Award, College of the Humanities and Social Sciences, NC State University, 1987.

Joseph Wood Krutch Medal, Humane Society of the United States, 1987.

The Leys Lecturer, University of Southern Illinois at Carbondale, 1988.

The Ryle Lectures, Trent University (Canada), 1988, “Reconsidering Individualism.”

Outstanding Teacher, Master of Arts in Liberal Studies, NC State University, 1993-94.

The Dunbar Lecture, Millsaps College, 1995.

College of Humanities and Social Sciences Board of Governors’ Award: Excellence in Teaching, 1997.

William Quarles Holliday Medal, Board of Trustees, NC State University, 2001.

 

COURSES TAUGHT

Introduction to Philosophy

Introduction to Ethics

Contemporary Ethical Theory

Contemporary Moral Issues

Seminar on the Philosophy of Mind

Philosophical Issues in Environmental Ethics

Seminar on the Philosophy of Language

Aesthetics

History of Philosophy (18th-20th Centuries)

Seminar on the Human Condition

The Moral Community

 

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS

Papers (Select)

1972. “Moore’s Accounts of ‘Right’,” Dialogue, Spring.

1972. “A Defense of Pacifism,” The Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Spring. Reprinted in R. Wasserstrom, Today’s Moral Problems, 1st edition, and in J.P. White, Assent/Dissent (1984).

1975. “McCloskey on Rational Ends: The Dilemma of Intuitionism,” The Journal of Value Inquiry, Spring.

1975. “The Moral Basis of Vegetarianism,” The Canadian Journal of Philosophy, October. Portions reprinted in Tom Regan and Peter Singer, Animal Rights and Human Obligations (below) and in R. Wasserstrom, Today’s Moral Problems, 2nd edition. Reprinted in a Spanish translation in a collection of essays edited by S. Castignone, Bologna (1984).

1976. “McCloskey on Why Animals Cannot Have Rights,” Philosophical Quarterly, Fall.

1976. “Broadie’s and Pybus’ Treatment of Kant,” Philosophy, Winter.

1976. “Feinberg on What Sorts of Beings Can Have Rights,” The Southern Journal of Philosophy,
Winter.

1977. “Narveson on Egoism and the Rights of Animals,” The Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Summer.

1977. “Frey on Interests and Animal Rights,” Philosophical Quarterly, Winter.

1978. “A Reply to Frey on Animal Rights” (with Dale Jamieson), Analysis, January.

1978. “Defending the Belief in Animal Rights” in Animals’ Rights: A Symposium (Paterson & Ryder, eds.) London: Centaur. Reprinted, in a Spanish translation, in S. Castignone (above).

1978. “Fox’s Critique of Animal Liberation,” Ethics, January.

1979. “Singer’s Critique of the Market,” Analysis, 39, June.

1980. “On the Right to be Spared Gratuitous Suffering,” Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Fall.

1980. “Animal Rights, Human Wrongs,” Environmental Ethics, Spring. Reprinted in J. White, ed., Contemporary Moral Problems (1984) and, in a Polish translation, in Etyka, Vol. 18.

1980. “Vegetarianism, Utilitarianism, and Animal Rights,” Philosophy and Public Affairs, Summer.

1980. “Cruelty, Kindness, and Unnecessary Pain,” Philosophy, October.

1980. “On the Connection Between Environmental Science and Environmental Ethics,” Environmental Ethics, Winter.

1981. “The Nature and Possibility of an Environmental Ethic,” Environmental Ethics, Spring. Reprinted in P. Werhane (ed.), Philosophical Issues in Human Rights (Random House, 1985).

1981. “Utilitarianism and Vegetarianism Again,” Society for the Study of Ethics and Animals, Spring.

1981. “Animal Rights: An Introduction,” in Proceedings of the Fourth Conference on Ethics, Humanism and Medicine, University of Michigan (Alan R. Liss). Also in Animals in Education: The Use of Animals in High School Biology Classes and Science Fairs, H. McGriffin and N. Brownley, eds., (The Institute for the Study of Animal Problems).

1981. “Animals and the Law: The Need for Reform,” Proceedings of the International Conference on the Philosophy of Law.

1982. “Animal Rights, Human Wrongs,” in H. Miller and W. Williams, eds., The Moral Foundations of Public Policy: Ethics and Animals (Pegasus Press, 1982).

1982. “Frey on Simple Desires,” Mind, Vol. XCI.

1982. “Moore’s Use of Butler’s Maxim,” Journal of Value Inquiry, Winter.

1982. “On the Ethics of the Use of Animals in Science,” with D. Jamieson, in Tom Regan and D. VanDeVeer, eds., And Justice For All (Rowman and Allanheld).

1982. “Against the Arguments for Whaling,” in P. Wray, ed., The Human/Whale Connection 
(Center for Endangered Species).

1982. “On the Ethics of the Use of Animals in Science,” with D. Jamieson, Lab Animal, Winter.

1982. “Duties to Animals: Rawls’s Dilemma,” Society for the Study of Ethics and Animals, Spring.

1983. “A Refutation of Utilitarianism,” Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Summer.

1983. “Utility and Equality: Some Neglected Problems,” Journal of Value Inquiry, Spring.

1984. “Whales are Not Cetacean Resources,” with Dale Jamieson, in M.W. Fox and L.D. Mickley (eds.), Advances in Animal Welfare Science (Dordrecht: Martin Nijhoff Publishers); reprinted in Whalewatcher: Journal of the American Cetacean Society, Winter.

1985. “The Other Victim,” invited essay, The Hastings Center Report, February.

1985. “The Case for Animal Rights,” In Defense of Animals, Peter Singer, ed., (Blackwells).

1985. “The Case for Animal Rights,” People, Penguins and Plastic Trees, C. Pierce and D. VanDeVeer, eds., (Wadsworth).

1985. “Ethical Vegetarianism and Commercial Animal Agriculture,” in Today’s Moral Problems, 3/e, R. Wasserstrom, ed. (Macmillan).

1985. “Honey Dribbles Down Your Fur: Remarks on Environmental Ethics,” Bowling Green Studies in Applied Philosophy, Volume VI.

1985. “Introduction,” invited contribution to the Annual Convention of the Environmental Law Society, Stanford University Law School. Topic: Animal Rights and Environmental Law.

1985. The Newsletter, National Humanities Center, September.

1986. “The Case for Animal Rights,” M.W. Fox and L.D. Mickley, eds., Advances in Animal Welfare Science (Washington: The Humane Society of the United States, 1986).

1986. “Ill-gotten Gains,” in T. Regan and D. VanDeVeer, eds., Health Care Ethics (Temple University Press).

1986. “Pigs in Space!,” Philosophica (Belgium), invited essay for special issue on the concept 
of The Moral Community.

1986. “Pigs in Space!,” Heaven and Earth, A. Linzey and P.J. Wexler, eds. Churchman Publishing Ltd: England.

1987. “The Rights of Humans and Other Animals,” Acata Physolica Scandinavica.

1987. “Allocation of Resources: Social and Political Factors,” in Ethics in Emergency Medicine 
(Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1987).

1988. “Why Child Pornography is Wrong,” in G. Scarre, ed., Ethics and Children 
(Cambridge: University of Cambridge Press, 1988).

1988. “Moore: The Liberator,” Reason Papers, No. 13, Spring.

1989. “The Thee Generation,” Journal of Social Philosophy, Vol. XX, Nos. 1 & 2, Spring/Fall 1989.

1991. “Christianity and Animal Rights: The Challenge and the Promise,” J. McDaniel, ed., The Liberator of Life (Obis).

1991. “The Theology of Everyday Life,” Religion and World Community (Wonkwang University: South Korea).

1992. “Animal Rights,” “G.E. Moore,” “W.D. Ross.” Entries in The Encyclopedia of Ethics, edited by L. Becker, (Garland).

1992. “Does Environmental Ethics Rest on a Mistake?” The Monist, April.

1992. “Animal Liberation: What’s In a Name?” O. Neumaier, et. al. (eds.), 
Applied Ethics and Its Foundations (Salzburg).

1992. “Christianity and the Oppression of Animals,” J. McDaniel (ed.), Good News for Animals? (Orbis).

1992. “The Moral Status of Chimpanzees,” Peter Singer (ed.), The Chimpanzee Project (Basil Blackwell).

1992. “The Case for Animal Rights,” Baird and Rosenbaum (eds.), Animal Experimentation: The Moral Issue (Prometheus Books).

1992. “The Case for Animal Rights,” T.A. Mappes & J.S. Zembaty (eds.), Social Ethics, 4/e (McGraw-Hill).

1992. “The Case for Animal Rights,” Arthur Eastman (ed.), The Norton Reader. New York: Norton).

1992. “The Case for Animal Rights,” L.P. Pojman (ed.), Life and Death: A Reader (Jones and Bartlett).

1992. “The Case for Animal Rights,” S. Sartis (ed.), Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Moral Issues, 3/e (Dushkin).

1992. “The Nature and Possibility of an Environmental Ethic,” P. Werhane (ed.), Ethical Issues in Business: A Philosophical Approach, 4/e (Prentice Hall).

1992. “The Nature and Possibility of an Environmental Ethic,” Michaels and Bowie (eds.), 
Environmental Ethics.

1992. “Rotten to the Core? Reflections on the Traditional Core Curriculum in American Higher Education,” North Carolina Humanities.

1993. “The Consistency of Kant’s Moral Philosophy,” R. Chadwick (ed.), Kant: Critical Assessments (Routledge).

1993. “Environmental Ethics,” S. Armstrong-Buck and R. Botzler (eds.), Understanding the Environment (McGraw-Hill).

1993. “The Nature and Possibility of an Environmental Ethic,” S. Armstrong-Buck and R. Botzler (eds.), Understanding the Environment (McGraw-Hill).

1994. “The Case for Animal Rights.” J.B. Callicott, et.al. (eds.), Environmental Philosophy: 
From Animal Rights to Social Ecology.

1994. “The Case for Animal Rights.” D. VanDeVeer and C. Pierce (eds.) The Environmental Ethics Book. Wadsworth, 1994.

1994. “Animal Rights, Human Wrongs.” Fred Westphal (ed.), Planet in Peril: Essays in Environmental Ethics. Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1993.

1994. “Animal Welfare and Rights.” Encyclopedia of Bioethics. W.T. Veach (ed.), MacMillian.

1994. “The Case for Animal Rights: A Decade’s Passing.” R.T. Hull (ed.), A Quarter Century of Value Inquiry. Rodopi.

1994. “Ethical Vegetarianism and Sustainable Agriculture.” P. Allen (ed.), Food for the Future: 
Conditions and Contradictions of Sustainability. John Wiley & Sons.

1995. “Feminism and Vivisection.” J. Howie (ed.), The Wayne Leys Memorial Lectures, Vol. III. Southern Illinois University Press.

1995. “Ivory Towers Should not a Prison Make.” J. Sterba (ed.), Proceeding of the Ninth International Social Philosophy Conference. Rodopi.

1995. “The Nature and Possibility of an Environmental Ethic.” Andrew Brennan (ed.), Environmental Ethics. Dartmouth.

1995. “Are Zoos Morally Defensible?” Bryan Norton (ed.), Zoos on the Ark: Zoos, Animal Welfare, and Wildlife Conservation. Smithsonian Institution.

1995. “The Nature and Possibility of an Environmental Ethic.” Jill Bowman (ed), Environmental Issues: A Managerial Approach. Macmillan.

1995. “Die Begrundung von Tierrechten” (“The Case for Animal Rights”). Angela Krebs (ed.), Naturethik. Suhrkamp.

1995. “Moore and Bloomsbury: The Myth and the Man.” Paul Kiehl (ed.), Proceedings of the 1994 Wittgenstein Symposium. Vienna: Holder-Tempsky-Pichler.

1995, “Animal Rights.” H. Potter (ed.), Encyclopedia of Philosophy Supplement. Macmillan.

1995. “Ethical Vegetarianism and Commercial Animal Agriculture.” Joram Haber (ed.), Ethics in the 90s. James and Bartlett.

1995. “The Animal Rights Position.” Colman McCarthy (ed.), Peace Essays. Center for Teaching Peace.

1995. “The Moral Basis of Vegetarianism,” Gene Blocker (ed.), Applied Social and Political Philosophy. Prentice-Hall.

1995. “The Nature and Possibility of an Environmental Ethic.” Gary Percesepe (ed.), Ethics. Macmillan.

1995. “Utilitarianism, Vegetarianism and Animal Rights.” (Italian translation). G. Ferranti (ed.), 
Etica Y Animali. Liquori.

1995. “The Radical Egalitarian Case for Animal Rights.” Louis P. Pojman (ed.), Jones and Bartlett.

1995. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Naturethik: Ein Reader. Ed. Angelika Krebs. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp.

1995. “The Case for Animals Rights.” The Norton Reader. Ed. L. H. Paterson. New York: Norton.

1995. “The Case for Animals Rights: A Decade’s Passing.” A Quarter Century of Value Inquiry: Presidential Addresses of the American Society for Value Inquiry. Ed. Richard T. Hall. Amsterdam-Atlanta: Rodolpi.

1995. “The Nature and Possibility of an Environmental Ethic.” Ed. J. Bowman. Environmental Issues: A Managerial Approach. New York: Macmillan.

1996, “Are Individual Rights Patriarchal?” Journal of Agriculture and Environmental Ethics. January 1996.

1996. “Animal Welfare and Rights” Encyclopedia of Philosophy Supplement. Ed. D. Bonchert. New York: Macmillan.

1996. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Ed. Peter Valenti. Reading the Landscape, Writing a World. 
New York: Harcourt Brace.

1996. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Ed. Lawrence M. Hinman. Contemporary Moral Issues: Diversity and Concensus. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

1996. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Ed. Hugh Lafollette. Practical Ethics. London: Blackwell.

1996. “Christians Are What Christians Eat.” Ed. Roger C. Gottleib. This Sacred Earth: Religion, Nature, Environment. New York: Routledge.

1996. “Animal Rights, Human Wrongs.” Eds. D. Michelfelder and W. Wilcox. Applied Ethics in American Society. New York: Harcourt Brace.

1996. “A Movement’s Mean Create a Movement’s Ends.” With Gary Francione. Ed. Andrew Harnack. Animal Rights: Opposing Viewpoints. San Diego: Greenhaven Press.

1996. “Allocation of Resources: Social and Political Factors.” Ed. K. V. Iserson, et. al. Ethics in Emergency Medicine. Second edition. Tucson: Galen Press.

1996. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Ed. Andrew Harnack. Animal Rights: Opposing Views. San Diego: Greenhaven Press.

1996. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Ed. Francis J. Beckwith. Do the Right Thing: A Philosophical Dialogue on the Moral and Social Issues of Our Day. Boston: Jones and Bartlett.

1996. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Ed. R. V. Percival. Law and the Environment: An Interdisciplinary Reader. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

1996. “The Case for Animal Rights” [Finnish Translation]. Eds. Yrjo Uurtimo and Vesa Jaaksi. 
Environmental Philosophy: An Introduction. Tampere: Tampere University Press.

1996. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Ed. H. LaFollette. Ethics in Practice. Oxford: Blackwell.

1996. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Ed. J. White. Contemporary Ethical Issues, 5/e. Westview.

1996. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Eds. N. Rosenstand and R. Parker. Critical Issues. Mt. View, CA: Mayfield.

1996. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Reading the Landscape: Writing a World. Ed. Richard Parker. New York: Harcourt Brace.

1996. “On the Ethics of the Use of Animals in Science,” with D. Jamieson. Eds. S. Gendin, L. Kleiman, E. Erwin. Ethical Issues in Research. Hamden, CT: Garland.

1996. “Implications of the Rights View.” Eds. P. Schumaker, D. Kiel, T. Heilke. Political Voices: Contributors to Competing Ideologies in the 19th and 20th Centuries. New York: McGraw Hill.

1997. “The Rights View.” Eds. M. Bekoff and C. Meany. Encyclopedia of Animal Rights and Animal Welfare. Westport, CT: Garland.

1997, “Animal Rights and Animal Welfare.” Ed. D. M. Bochert. Encyclopedia of Philosophy Supplement. New York: Macmillan.

1997. “Animal Rights, Human Wrongs.” Ed. D. Jacobs. Ways of Living. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendal/Hunt.

1997. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Eds. P. J. Marke and S. Kahn. The Moral Dimension. 
Oxford: Oxford University Press.

1998. “The Moral Basis of Vegetarianism.“ Ed. Judith Boss. Moral Problems Anthology. Mt. View, CA: Mayfield.

1998. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Ed. Vesa Jaaksi [Finish translation]. Environmental Philosophy. Tampere: Tampere University Press.

1998. “The Moral Basis of Vegetarianism.” Ed. Lisa Portmess. Ethical Vegetarianism: A Book of Readings. Albany: SUNY Press.

1998. “Rights Across Species.” Ed. Otto Neumarer, et. al. Applied Ethics in a Troubled World. Dordrecht: Kluwer.

1998, “The Business for the Moral Philosopher.” Ed. Thomas Magnell. Explorations of Value. 
Rodopi: Amsterdam-Atlanta.

1998. “Introduction.” Animal as Other. Ed. Peter Steeves. Albany:SUNY Press.

1999. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Eds. J. Olen and V. Barry. Applying Ethics: A Text with Readings.

1999. “The Case Against Animal Research.” Eds. T. L. Beauchamp and L. Walters. 
Contemporary Issues in Bioethics.

1999. “On the Ethics of the Use of Animals in Science,” with Dale Jamieson. Ed. P. Tittle. Ethical Issues in Business. New York: Broadview.

1999, “Philosophical Perspectives on Hunting.” Ed. P. Cohen. Ethics and Wildlife. Philadelphia: Edwin Mellen Press.

1999, “Putting People in Their Place”. Terema XVIII/3, Fall.

1999. “Las personas puestas en su sitio” (Spanish translation – “Why Hunting and Trapping are Wrong.” Ethics in Sport, eds. William Morgan and Klaus Meier. Champaigne, IL: Human Kin

2000. “How to Worry about Endangered Species.” Environmental Ethics. Ed. D. Schmidz and E. Willott. Oxford University Press.

2000. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Ed. Rosalind Hursthouse. Ethics, Humans, and Other Animals: An Introduction with Readings. New York: Routledge.

2000. “The Case for Animal Rights” (Chinese translation), Zhexue Yicong; Philosophy Translations. Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, 4, Spring.

2000. “Ill-Gotten Gains.” Carol Levine (ed.) Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Bio-Ethical Issues. New York: McGraw-Hill.

2001. “Animal Rights, Human Wrongs.” Four-in-One, 2nd Edition. Edward Dornan and Robert Dees (eds.). Darien, Illinois: Longman.

2001. “Christians are What Christians Eat” Arguing about Literature, eds. Missy James and Alan Merickel. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

2001. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Ed. David Benatar, Ethics for Everyday. New York: McGraw-Hill.

2002. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Ed. Frederick Kaufman, Foundations of Environmental Ethics. New York: McGraw-Hill.

2002. “The Nature and Possibility of an Environmental Ethic.” Ed. Frederick Kaufman. Foundations of Environmental Ethics. New York: McGraw-Hill.

2002. “Animal Rights, Human Wrongs.” Eds. Edward Dornan and Michael Finnegan. The Longwood Reader, 5th ed. New York: Addison Wesley Longman.

2002. “The Philosophy of Animal Rights.” Ed. James Haley. Opposing Viewpoints: Animal Experimentation. San Diego: Greenhaven Press.

2002. “Animal Rights.” Ed. Geoff McNicoll. Encyclopedia of Population. New York: Macmillan.

2003. “Animal Liberation: What’s in a Name?” Eds. Andrew Light and Holmes Rolston. Environmental Ethics: An Anthology. London: Blackwell.

2003. “On the Ethics of the Use of Animals in Science.” (with Dale Jamieson). Dale Jamieson, Morality’s Progress. Oxford: Calrendon Press.

2003. “Der Tag mag Kommen . . . Rechte fur Tiere.” L. Schwarte and C. Wulf (eds.) Korper und Rechet. Berlin: Wilhelm Fink Verlag.

2003. “The Case for Anmal Rights.” The Animal Ethics Reader. Ed. Susan j. Armstrong 
and Richard G. Boltzler. London: Routledge.

2003. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Contemporary Moral Problems. Ed. James E. White. California: Wadsworth.

2003. “Are Zoos Morally Defensible?” The Animal Ethics Reader. Ed. Susan J. Armstrong 
and Richard G. Boltzler. London: Routledge.

2003. “Understanding Animal Rights Violence.” The Animal Ethics Reader. Ed. Susan J. Armstrong and Richard G. Boltzler. London: Routledge.

2004. “Etica e os Animais.” Bioethica Para As CienciasNaturais. Ed. Humberto Rosa. Lisbon: FLADD.

2004. “Direitos dos Animais E A Vivisseccao.” Eticas e Politicas Ambientais. Ed. Cristina Beckert 
and Maria Jose Varandas. Lisbon: Center of Philosophy.

2004. “Foreword.” Eds. Andrew Linzey and Paul Barry Clark. Animal Rights: A Historical Anthology. New York: Columbia University Press.

2004. “The Day May Come: Towards Legal Rights for Animals,” Animal Law. Volume 10.

2004. “The Moral Basis of Vegetarianism.” Nils Rauhut and Renée Smith (eds). Ultimate Questions: Readings in Philosophy. New York: Longmans.

2004. “Christians are What Christians Eat.” Steve Sapontzis (ed.) Food for Thought. New York: Prometheus.

2004. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Lawrence Hinman (ed). Contemporary Moral Issues. 3/e. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall.

2004. “The Nature and Possibility of an Environmental Ethic.” Environmental Philosophy: Critical Concepts in the Environment. J. Baird Callicott and Clare Palmer (eds.) London: Routledge.

2004. “’But Never Disparage’: A Reply to Professor Speth’s Review of Empty Cages.” Newsletter of the Society for Veterinary Medical Ethics. Vol 10.

2004. “How to Justify Violence.” Steven Best and Anthony J. Nocella II (eds.) Terrorists or Freedom Fighters? Reflections on the Liberation of Animals. New York: Lantern Books.

2005. “Animal Welfare and Rights” in Encyclopedia of Bioethics. Farmington Hills: Macmillan Reference.

2005. “Emptying the Cages,” Contemporary Debates in Applied Ethics. C. H. Wellman and A. I. Cohen (eds.). Oxford: Blackwell.

2005. “Introduction to Moral Reasoning.” Ed. Adam D. Moore. Information Ethics: Privacy, Property, and Power. Seattle: University of Washington Press.

2005. “Empty Cages: Animal Rights and Vivisection.” Eds. Andrew I. Cohen and Christopher Heath Wellman. Contemporary Debates in Applied Ethics. London: Blackwell.

2005. “The Rights of Humans and Other Animals.” Ed. Thomas A. Easton. Taking Sides: Science, Technology & Society. Dubuque: McGraw-Hill.

2005. “The Nature and Possibility of an Environmental Ethic.” Ed. Jan Dickson. Primus Content Center. Dubuque: McGraw-Hill

2006. “Sentience and Rights.” Eds. Jacky Turner and Joyce D’Silva. Animals, Ethics and Trade. London: Earthscan.

2006. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Ed. Lawrence M. Hinman. Contemporary Moral Issues. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.

2006. “The Rights of Humans and Other Animals.” Ed. Thomas A. Easton. Taking Sides: Clashing Views in Science, Technology, and Society. Dubuque: McGraw-Hill.

2007. “The Case against Vivisection.” Eds. Piers Beirne and Nigel Smith. Issues in Green Criminology: Confronting Harms Against Environments, Humanity and Other Animals. Devon: Willan.

2007. “Derechos animals y etica medioambietal.” Herrera Guevara, Asuncion (ed). De animals y hombres: Studia Philosophica. Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva.

2007. “What We Learn from Alice.” Reform: A Journal of National and International Law Reform. Issue 91.

2008. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Susan Armstrong and Richard Botzer (eds). The Animal Ethics Reader (2nd edition). London: Routledge.

2008. “Understanding Animal Rights Violence.” Susan Armstrong and Richard Botzer (eds). The Animal Ethics Reader (2nd edition). London: Routledge.

2009. “The Case for Animal Rights.” Steven Cahn (ed). Exploring Ethics: An Introductory Anthology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2009. “We are What We Eat.” Steven Cahn (ed.). Exploring Ethics: An Introductory Anthology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2009. “The Rights of Humans and Other Animals.” Kenneth Pimple (ed). The International Library of Essays in Public and Professional Ethics. London: Ashgate Publishing.

2009. “The Nature and Possibility of an Environmental Ethic.” Robin Attwell (ed.). The International Library of Essays in Public and Professional Ethics – The Ethics of the Environment. London: Ashgate Publising.

2012. “Understanding Animal Rights Violence.” Gruen, Jamieson, Scholottmann (eds). Reflecting on Nature: Readings in Environmental Ethics and Philosophy, 2nd Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

BOOKS (Select)

1974. Understanding Philosophy. Dickenson Publishing Company.

1975. Animal Rights and Human Obligations. Edited with Peter Singer. Prentice-Hall (in paper and cloth). Italian Translation, 1987.

1980. Matters of Life and Death. Editor, with an Introduction. Random House (paper) and Temple University Press (cloth).

1982. And Justice For All: New Introductory Essays in Ethics and Social Policy. Co-edited with D. VanDeVeer. Rowman and Allanheld (in paper and cloth).

1982. All That Dwell Therein: Essays on Animal Rights and Environmental Ethics. University of California Press.

1983. Just Business: New Introductory Essays in Business Ethics. Editor, with an Introduction. New York: Random House (paper) and Temple University Press (cloth).

1983. Earthbound: New Introductory Essays in Environmental Ethics. Editor, with an Introduction. Random House (paper) and Temple University Press (cloth).

1983. The Case For Animal Rights. Cloth edition. University of California Press.

1983. The Case For Animal Rights. Cloth edition. Routledge and Kegan Paul (England).

1985. The Case For Animal Rights. Paper edition. University of California Press.

1986. Health Care Ethics: An Introduction. Co-edited with Donald VanDeVeer. Temple University Press.

1986. Matters of Life and Death. Second edition, revised and expanded. Editor, with an Introduction. Random House.

1986. Animal Sacrifices: Religious Perspectives on the Use of Animals in Science. Editor, with a Preface. Temple University Press (in paper and cloth).

1987. Bloomsbury’s Prophet: The Moral Philosophy of G.E. Moore. Temple University Press.

1987. G.E. Moore: The Early Essays. Editor, with an Introduction. Temple University Press.

1988. Animals and Christianity. Co-edited with Andrew Linzey. SPCK (London), Crossroads (US).

1988. Animal Rights and Human Obligations. Second, revised edition. Co-edited with Peter Singer. Prentice-Hall.

1988. The Case for Animal Rights. Paper. Routledge and Kegan Paul (England).

1990. Earthbound: Introductory Essays in Environmental Ethics. Waveland Press.

1990. I Dritti Animali. Italian translation of The Case for Animal Rights. Translated by Salvatore Veca. Garzanti.

1991. The Thee Generation: Reflections on the Coming Revolution. Temple University Press.

1992 G.E. Moore: The Elements of Ethics. Editor, with an Introduction. Temple University Press.

1993. Matters of Life and Death. Third edition, revised and expanded. Editor, with an Introduction. McGraw-Hill.

1998. The Case for Animal Rights. (Swedish translation). Stockholm: Nya Doxa.

2001. Defending Aminal Rights. Champaigne: University of Illinois Press.

2001. The Animal Rights Debate. (with Carl Cohen). Lanham, MD: Rowan and Littlefield.

2002. Animal Experimentation: Good or Bad? With Richard Ryder, et. al., Hodder and Stoughton.

2003. G.E. Moore: The Elements of Ethics (soft cover). Editor, with an Introduction. Temple University Press.

2004. Animal Rights, Human Wrongs: An Introduction to Moral Philosophy. Rowman and Littlefield.

2004. The Case for Animal Rights. 2/e; with a new introduction. Berkeley: University 
of California Press.

2004. Empty Cages: Facing the Challenge of Animal Rights. Rowman and Littlefield.

2005. The Animal Rights Debate. Translated by Yang Tongjin. Beijing: Beijing University.

2005. Empty Cages: Facing the Challenge of Animal Rights. Translated by Yang Tongjin. Beijing: Beijing University Press.

2005. La Mia Lotta per i Dritti Animali (The Struggle for Animal Rights). Translated by Alex Arrigoni. Torin: Cosmopolis.

2005. Gabbe Vuote: La Stida dei Dritti Animali (Empty Cages: Facing the Challenge of Animal Rights). Translated by Massimo Filippi and Alessandra Galbiati. Casale Monferrato: Sonda .

2006. Jualas Vazias: Emcarando o Desafio dos Diretios Animais (Empty Cages: Facing the Challenge of Animal Rights. Translated by Regina Rheda. Porto Alegre: Lugano.

2006. Jaulas Vacias: El Desaffio de los Derenchos de los Animales (Empty Cages: Facing the Challenge of Animal Rights). Translated by Marc Boillat. Barcelona: Fundacion Alarriba.

2007. Animals and Christianity: A Book of Readings. Ed. with Andrew Linzey. Eugene: Wipf and Stock.

2009. Empty Cages: Facing the Challenge of Animal Rights. Translated by Per Helman. Hallsberg: Back to Being, Sweden.

2010. The Case for Animal Rights. Translated by Zeng Jianping. Peking University Press.

2010. Other Nations: Animals and Modern Literature. Ed. with Andrew Linzey. Baylor: Baylor University Press.

2010. Animal Rights, Human Wrongs. Translated by Per Helman. Hallsberg: Back to Being, Sweden.

 

INVITED LECTURES (Select)
Papers on a variety of topics, in theoretical and applied ethics, have been presented by invitation at the following campuses or other locations:

University of California at Santa Cruz, University of Kansas, Muhlenberg College, University of Tennessee, Harvard University, Pitzer College, University of Florida, Atlantic Christian College, Lafayette College, Chatham College, Yale University, University of Hawaii, University of Michigan, Calgary University, Moorhead State University, University of South Dakota, Trinity College: Cambridge, University of Virginia, State University of New York at Fredonia, University of Colorado, Tufts University, University of North Carolina at Asheville, University of Georgia, North Carolina Wesleyan College, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, United Nations, Eastern Michigan University, University of Basel (Switzerland), George Washington University, St. Catherine’s College, Bates College, Wake Forest University, St. Andrews College, University of Cincinnati, Florida Atlantic University, The Graduate School: New York University, Brooklyn College, Northern Illinois University, Concordia University (Montreal), National Humanities Center, New College, University of California at Berkeley, University of San Diego, Redlands University, Laurinburg College, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Bowling Green University, Furman University, University of Alabama at Birmingham, University of Pittsburgh, St. Mary’s College, Lehigh University, Moravian College, Kutztown State University, University of California at Davis, Sacramento State University, Drexel University, College of Marin, University of South Carolina, University of Louisville, Essex University (England), Walsh College, Carleton University (Canada), California State University at Chico, Ford Hall Forum (Boston), University of Massachusetts (Harbor Campus), Wesleyan College, Wellesley College, Bowdoin College, Antioch College, California State University at San Bernadino, Vanderbilt University, East Stroudsburg State University, University of Miami (Ohio), University of Pennsylvania, National Academy of Science, University of Nevada, Pacific School of Theology, Harvard University School of Divinity, Yale University School of Divinity, Vanderbilt University School of Divinity, American Academy of Sciences, American Political Association, Commission on Life Sciences and the Institute of Medicine, Instituto Suor Orsola Benincasa (Italy), World Council of Churches (France), Universita Polare Varese (Italy), Biblioteca Centrale Comunale (Italy), Trent University (Canada), Cambridge University (England), St. Mary’s University, Indiana State University, University of Southern Illinois, University of Miami (Florida), Guilford College, University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee), Portland State University, College of William and Mary, University of Washington, Washington and Lee University, University of Oregon, Texas Tech University, MacMaster University, Hendrix College, Colorado State University, Ithaca College, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Virginia Commonwealth University, Columbia College, University of Arkansas, Millikin College, University of Wisconsin at White Water, University of Wisconsin at Madison, East Carolina University, University of Arizona, University of Minnesota-St. Paul Campus, University of Minnesota School of Medicine, Center for the Study of Bioethics-University of Minnesota, Cornell University School of Veterinary Medicine, East Carolina University School of Medicine, Columbia College, Kean College, University of Tennessee at Chatanooga, San Francisco State University, Brown University, Francis Marion College, Mercy Hurst College, University of Minnesota at Waseca, Penn State University, University of Vermont, University of Illinois at Urbana, Wonkwang University (Korea), Kennedy Center (Georgetown University), Drew University, Societa Filosofica della svizzera (Lugano), Politaia (Naples), Centro Culturale Mondoperaio (Rome), Hope College, Calvin College, Loyola University (New Orleans), University of the Ozarks, Washington State University, Indiana University, Iowa State University, University of Montana, Georgia Institute of Technology, Washington College, Queens College, Guelph University, Duke University, Kent State University, Hollins College, Wilkes College, Millsaps College, Texas Lutheran College, Wake Forest University, University of Michigan, Southern Methodist University, University of Melbourne (Australia), University of Auckland (New Zealand), University of Waikato (New Zealand), Massey University (New Zealand), Oberlin College, Siena College, University of Stockholm. University of Milan Law School (Italy), Texas A & M, University of California at Santa Barbara, Stockholm University (Sweden), University of Lancashire (England), Clemson University, Hollins University, Sarah Lawrence University, Roanoke College, University of Missouri, University of Washington/St. Louis, Lynchburg College, University of Glasgow, University of St. Andrews, Lancaster University, Trinity College/Dublin, Northwestern School of Law (Lewis & Clark College), University of Vienna, Ruhr University (Germany), University of Colorado, University of Florence (Italy), University of Genoa (Italy), Turin University (Italy), Ohio University, New York University School of Law, Michigan State University Law School, University of Chicago, Coastal Carolina University, University of Georgia, University of Palermo, University of Naples, University of Torino, University of Padova, University of Genova, University of Heidelberg, University of Barcelona, Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle (Paris), University of Amsterdam, Utah Valley University, University of Stockholm, University of Goteborg.

 

FILM/VIDEO SCRIPTS — DIRECTION

“We Are All Noah.” Silver Medal, Adult Education, International Film and Television Festival of New York, 1986.

“Voices I Have Heard.” Gold Medal, Education, Houston International Film Festival, 1988.

 

Last updated: September 2006

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