2 J. Animal L. & Ethics [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/janilet2 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF ANIMAL LAW AND ETHICS
A PUBLICATION BY STUDENTS OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW SCHOOL
© Copyright 2007 by the Journal ofAnimal Law and Ethics
VOL. 2                                                   MAY 2007
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Cosmic Holism and Obligations
Toward Animals: A Challenge
to Classical Liberalism ............................Gary Steiner 1
Mediating Animal Law
M atters  .................................................................... K athy  H essler  21
Killing and Replacing
A nim als  ............................................................ Julian  H . Franklin  77
Animal Wrongs: On Holding
Animals to (and Excusing
Them From) Legal Responsibility
For Their Intentional Acts ......................................... Geordie Duckler  91
Adulterating Animal Rights:
Joan Dunayer's Advancing
Animal Rights Refuted  ................................................. JeffPerz  123
Why Manure May Be the Farm
Animal Advocate's Best Friend:
Using Environmental Statutes
to Access Factory Farms ................................ Cecilia Isaacs-Blundin  173
Animal Justice, Cultural Justice:
A Posthumanist Response
to Cultural Rights in Animals ................................. Maneesha Deckha  189
Puppy Love: Providing for the
Legal Protection of Animals
When Their Owners Get Divorced ....................................... Heidi Stroh  231
Sterilization in an Animal Rights
Paradigm   ............................................................................... Leila  F usfeld  255

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