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Papers On Animal Rights & Zoology
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Political Actions of Special Interest Groups
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10 pages in length. Interest groups, a major part of American politics today, are organizations of people who share the same interest and attitudes about a particular topic. They endeavor to influence public policy. These groups are normally organized for the purpose of being with people of like-minded moral reasons, for the social aspect, and to help with the economics in forwarding their belief in their cause. This paper is based on the International Fund for Animal Welfare, and explains their actions as a special interest group. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: JGAintgr.wps

Political, Economic And Cultural Constraints That Limit The Application Of Ecology In Conserving Endangered Species
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8 pages in length. The extent to which man has rendered many of his animal counterparts as endangered is both grand and far-reaching; that he refuses to stop this environmental degradation for the sake of cultural, political and economic reasons speaks to man's inability to coexist with a quickly depleting animal population. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: TLCEcology.rtf

Possession Aggression in Dogs
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An 8 page paper which examines the causes and treatments involved in possession aggression in dogs. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: RAdogs.rtf

Preservation of Species: A Philosophical Argument Including The Principle of Charity, Species Distinction and Modern Day Considerations
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the idea of preservation of other species in the modern world. As the modern world population continues to grow to over 5 billion, the arguments of the preservation of other species shifts from the preservation of other species to the preservation of our own. At what point do humans begin to sacrifice their lifestyle, their welfares and their very lives in order to preserve other species? Traditionally, the moral and ethical arguments in regards to the preservation of other species focused on philosophical and religious discussions using the virtues of man including the strongest virtue of all; that of charity. This being said, Darwin’s evolutionary theory based on the “survival of the fittest” paved the way for man’s own preservation of his own species. While many argued whether or not distinctions between species should be clear cut in regards to their rights, modern day moral policies are based on man’s preservation and they include the traditional arguments based on religion and philosophy but also include the realities of the world today based on economic, medical and environmental concerns which when administered to the overall survival of the human race may mean the sacrifice of other species in the process of man’s own survival. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TJspeci1.rtf

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