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Charles Darwin's "The Expression Of The Emotions In Man And Animals"
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15 pages in length. First published in 1872, Charles Darwin's irrefutably greatest work -- The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals – brought to light a subsequently unprecedented declaration: Since both man and animal are derived from the same kingdom, there is no question that they also share in the ability – though not identical in nature – to express emotion. This astounding assertion was met with quite an array of reaction at the time, from disbelief to wonderment to disdain. Only after decades upon decades of anecdotal proof have scientists come to agree with Darwin's claim, rendering emotional display a very normal component of the entire animal world. No additional sources cited.
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Cons Of Animal Testing
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7 pages in length. The writer provides a research proposal and extended report pertaining to the cons of animal testing. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Consciousness In Animals
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20 pages in length. When one considers the concept of consciousness, it is with great hesitation that its traits are attributed to those who represent the animal kingdom. However, what mankind has typically done is employ the human form of consciousness when applying it to animals, making it quite difficult for them to meet up to such an adaptation. Indeed, while animals may not possess the prerequisites for human consciousness, which not only include awareness of external events or phenomena, but also of one's own feelings, beliefs, and mental events, they do harbor their own form of consciousness that often transcends mankind's reality-based existence. That humans are able to reason and communicate through spoken language does in no way preclude the rest of the animal kingdom from also inherently possessing a distinct and definite consciousness; just because man believes that he is the only species to maintain a state of consciousness is no proof that it does not exist elsewhere. The writer defends the position of consciousness in animals. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
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Conservation Efforts in Madagascar:
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This 10 page paper discusses the unique wildlife of Madagascar and reveals the many conservation efforts to protect this wildlife. Furthermore, this paper outlines the forces which impede such efforts and why conservation in Madagascar is so important. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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