By Peter Singer
The groundbreaking publication that challenged the ethics of our therapy of animals and jump-started the animal rights movement—with a brand new preface by means of the writer
First released in 1975, Animal Liberation created a sensation upon its unlock, shaking the world's philosophical and animal-protection circles to their cores. Now, 40 years later, Peter Singer's landmark paintings nonetheless looms huge as a foundational and canonical textual content of animal advocacy. Arguing that each one beings able to discomfort deserve equivalent attention, Singer contends that the single justifiable therapy of animals is that which maximizes reliable and minimizes anguish. In analyzing the cruelty of manufacturing facility farming and the exploitation, either advertisement and clinical, of laboratory animals, he identifies a type of "ethical blindness" and demands political action.
an ethical take-heed call from probably the most influential and debatable ethicists of our time, Animal Liberation tackles an emotionally charged social factor with a compelling rational argument in a rousing and riveting read.
This e-book positive factors an illustrated biography of Peter Singer, together with infrequent photographs from the author's own assortment.
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Agamemnon’s left foot is placed on what seems to be the stone altar of Artemis/Diana, as suggested by the bronze figure with two deer beside her. In the sky above is Artemis/Diana crowned and holding a bow, looking towards Iphigenia being carried towards her by a deer. What is striking about these figures (and perhaps, though we will never know, about Timanthes’ original) is that the king is the only one who knows how to react to what is happening. Each of the others, including the two men carrying the girl, is worried, terribly uncertain, looking around for some kind of understanding or meaning.
It is certainly the single most wellknown example of the reception of this play. 77 Oleksinski (2012). Hartigan (2011) takes much more positive view. 78 In 1962 he wrote and directed Electra based on Euripides (in Greek: see below, pp. 227–9), and in 1971 Trojan Women (in English: see below, pp. 89–92). 79 Bakogianni (2013b) 217. 36 Gamel At the beginning of this chapter I argued that the very openness and uncertainty of Euripides’ script—its shifts and reversals of plot, character and tone, the questions it raises—offer great opportunities to later artists.
Merwin and George E. Dimock’s (1978) is part of an Oxford series which pairs scholars with poets; in verse throughout, it is limpid, but has none of Euripides’ tonal variety. Far better are Paul Roche’s and Don Taylor’s lively verse translations (1998), which convey the different voices and shifting moods and include helpful stage directions. Here is Roche’s Agamemnon after Clytemnestra refuses to go home: “Dammit! ”23 Taylor catches Achilles’ pompous narcissism perfectly when the sacrifice plot is revealed and Clytemnestra begs him to save Iphigenia:24 19 Rexroth (1951) 80.
Animal Liberation: The Definitive Classic of the Animal Movement (40th Anniversary Edition) by Peter Singer