Etica & Animali
|Edited by||Paola Cavalieri|
|ISO 4||Etica Anim.|
Etica & Animali ("Ethics & Animals") was an academic journal of philosophy published quarterly from 1988 to 1998, covering animal ethics. It was established and edited by the Italian philosopher Paola Cavalieri.
Over its publication history, nine volumes were issued. These included the unpublished works of Peter Singer, Tom Regan, Edward Johnson, James Rachels, among others. The journal has been described as having been instrumental in introducing analytic philosophy to an Italian audience, as well as information about the animal liberation movement. It is also credited as internationally popularising the term "rights-holders" to describe animals. A special issue dedicated to the Great Ape Project, was published in 1996; Peter Singer served as special co-editor.
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- "Etica & Animali". Etica & Animali. Milan: Animus. 9. 1998.
- Caffo, Leonardo (2018), Linzey, Andrew; Linzey, Clair (eds.), "Speciesism and the Ideology of Domination in the Italian Philosophical Tradition", The Palgrave Handbook of Practical Animal Ethics, The Palgrave Macmillan Animal Ethics Series, London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 109–123, doi:10.1057/978-1-137-36671-9_7, ISBN 978-1-137-36671-9, retrieved 2021-03-03
- Carrié, Fabien (2018-04-12). "Politicizing Activist Discontent: A Social History of "Vegephobia" in the French Animal Rights Movement". Biens Symboliques. 2.
- Cavalieri, Paola; Singer, Peter, eds. (1996). "Special issue devoted to The Great Ape Project". Etica & Animali. Milan: Animus. 8.
- "General Announcements and News". Global Bioethics. 7 (1): 55–62. January 1994. doi:10.1080/11287462.1994.10800897. ISSN 1128-7462.