Tom Regan (born November 28, 1938) is an American philosopher who
specializes in animal rights theory. He is professor emeritus of philosophy at
Such views may be called indirect duty views. By way of illustration: suppose
your neighbour kicks your dog. Then your neighbour has done something wrong.
Tom Regan, Case for Animal Rights. 1. THREE VIEWS ABOUT OUR
TREATMENT OF ANIMALS THAT REGAN REJECTS: 2. Indirect duty view (e.g., ...
Tom Regan: The Case For Animal Rights. Tom Regan establishes the rights of
animals in his monumental philosophical work, The Case For Animal Rights.
Jan 15, 2008 ... Tom Regan is Professor of philosophy at North Carolina State ... Many present
day philosophers hold indirect duty views but have come to ...
Jun 27, 2012 ... Unlike [John] Rawls, whose considered views on our duties regarding ... (Tom
Regan, The Case for Animal Rights, updated with a new preface ...
Until his retirement in 2001 Tom Regan was a professor of philosophy at North
Carolina State University where .... Such views may be called indirect duty views.
THE PHILOSOPHY OF ANIMAL RIGHTS. The other animals humans eat, use in
science, hunt, trap, and exploit in a variety of ways, have a life of their own that is
Apr 7, 2008 ... American Philosopher Dr. Tom Regan speaks about the need for ... I respect your
views since you are also my brother or a sister, just like ...
Jan 20, 2012 ... One of the key figures in this debate is Tom Regan, author of The Case .... in
particular the views that they lack value in their own right and are ...