1. 動物の権利論

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    フランシオーン教授は(人間以外の)動物の感覚性(sentience)だけを理論の基礎として用い、単に動物搾取を規制するのではなく、動物利用そのものを廃止することを求める動物の権利論を発展させました。Introduction to Animal Rights: Your Child or the Dog? (Temple University Press, 2000)にて展開されているフランシオーン教授の理論は、特にピーター・シンガーやトム・リーガンらによって提唱された理論とは一線を画したのもです。

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    • 所有物としての動物

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      動物に「不必要な」苦痛を課すことを禁止し、動物を「慈悲深く」扱うことを求める動物福祉法は、動物の法的地位が(人間の)所有物でしかないために無意味なものになっているとフランシオーン教授は論じます。フランシオーン教授の著作「Animals, Property, and the Law」(Temple University Press, 1995)は、動物の所有物としての地位を法律的見地から分析した最初の本であり、トム・リーガンに「紛れも無く歴史的価値のある著作である」と評されました。

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      • A Closer Look at Animal Rights

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        Professor Francione was interviewed by the On-Line program, Animal World, on April 15, 2008, in Paris, France. The primary focus of the interview concerns the importance of veganism as the moral baseline of the rights/abolitionist movement.

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        • Animais como propriedade

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          O professor Francione argumenta que a condição de propriedade dos animais torna insignificantes as leis de bem-estar animal que proíbem infligir sofrimento “desnecessário” e requerem o tratamento “humanitário” dos não-humanos. O livro Animals, Property, and the Law (Temple University Press, 1995), do professor Francione, oferece a primeira análise legal da condição de propriedade dos animais e foi descrito por Tom Regan como “um trabalho de importância histórica inquestionável”.

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          • Animales como propiedad

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            El profesor Francione argumenta que el estatus de propiedad de los animales priva de significación a las leyes de bienestar animal que prohíben infligir un sufrimiento “innecesario” y requieren un trato “humano” hacia los no humanos. Su libro Animals, Property, and the Law (Temple University Press, 1995), supuso el primer análisis legal del estatus de propiedad de los animales y fue descrito por Tom Regan como una “obra de indiscutible importancia histórica”.

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            • Animal Law

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              Professor Francione maintains that “animal law” ought to be concerned about the incremental abolition of the property status of nonhumans, and that the tendency of animal lawyers to focus on anticruelty cases, veterinary malpractice, pet custody, and pet trust cases is mistaken.

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              • Animal Rights and Animal Welfare

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                Professor Francione met with animal advocates in Paris, France, on April 16, 2008 and the meeting was recorded. He speaks in English and a paraphrase translation is provided by Valéry Giroux, P.D student (philosophy) at the University of Montréal in Canada. The focus of his presentation is the theoretical and practical failure of animal welfare.

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                • Animal Rights: The Last Ten Years

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                  Professor Francione gave the keynote address at a conference on Animals and the Law held on April 7, 2006 at Duke University School of Law in North Carolina. He focused on how recent welfare reform had failed to shift away from the property paradigm in any significant way.

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                  • Animal Rights vs. Animal Welfare

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                    Professor Francione argues that there are profound theoretical and practical differences between animal rights and animal welfare. He is critical of what he calls “new welfarism,” or the position that incremental improvements in animal welfare will lead to the abolition of animal exploitation. These views are contained in Rain Without Thunder: The Ideology of the Animal Rights Movement (Temple University Press, 1996).

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                    • Animals as Property

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                      Professor Francione argues that the property status of animals renders meaningless animal welfare laws that prohibit the infliction of “unnecessary” suffering and require the “humane” treatment of nonhumans. Professor Francione’s book, Animals, Property, and the Law (Temple University Press, 1995), provided the first legal analysis of the property status of animals and was described by Tom Regan as a “work of unquestionable historic importance.”

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