8 Cambridge Q. Healthcare Ethics [i] (1999)

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Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics
Volume 8, Number 1, Winter 1999

CONTENTS




From the Editors

Guest Editorial
Learning from Henry Spira
ARLENE JUDITH KLOTZKO AND PETER SINGER                  3
Contributors                                            6


Special Section: On Animal Experimentation:
Seeking Common Ground

Henry Spira's Search for Common Ground on Animal
Testing
PETER SINGER                                            9

The Ethics of Animal Research: What Are the Prospects
for Agreement?
DAVID DEGRAZIA                                         23

Painism: Some Moral Rules for the Civilized Experimenter
RICHARD D. RYDER                                       35

Bringing Both Sides Together
KENNETH BOYD                                           43

From Vilification to Accommodation: Making a Common
Cause Movement
LYLE MUNRO                                             46

The Role of an Academic Center in Promoting
Common Goals
JOANNE ZURLO AND ALAN M. GOLDBERG                      58

The Use of Animals in Biomedical Research and Teaching:
Searching for a Common Goal
JERALD SILVERMAN                                       64

Validation and Regulatory Acceptance of Alternatives
RICHARD N. HILL AND WILLIAM S. STOKES                  73

Australian Animal Ethics Committees: We Have Come
a Long Way
WARWICK P. ANDERSON AND MICHAEL A. PERRY               80

CQ Sources/Bibliography
DAVID A. BUEHLER                                       87


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