1. Theorie der Tierrechte

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    Professor Francione hat eine Theorie der Tierrechte entwickelt, die sich ausschließlich auf die Empfindungsfähigkeit von nichtmenschlichen Tieren stützt und die Abschaffung (Abolition) der Tierausbeutung, nicht lediglich ihre Regulierung, verlangt. Prof. Franciones Theorie, entwickelt in seinem Buch Introduction to Animal Rights: Your Child or the Dog? (Temple University Press, 2000), unterscheidet sich erheblich von den von anderen – hauptsächlich Peter Singer und Tom Regan – vorgelegten Theorien.

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    • La théorie des droits des animaux

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      Le professeur Francione a développé une théorie des droits des animaux qui repose strictement sur le critère de la sensibilité des nonhumains et qui requiert l’abolition de l’exploitation animale et non pas sa simple réglementation. La théorie du professeur Francione, qui est développée plus en détails dans Introduction to Animal Rights: Your Child or the Dog? (Temple University Press, 2000), diffère considérablement de celles qu’ont proposées d’autres auteurs, comme Peter Singer et Tom Regan principalement.

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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 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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          • Theory of Animal Rights

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            Professor Francione has developed a theory of animal rights that relies only on the sentience of nonhumans and that requires the abolition, and not merely the regulation, of animal exploitation. Professor Francione’s theory, which is developed in Introduction to Animal Rights: Your Child or the Dog? (Temple University Press, 2000), differs considerably from those proposed by others, most notably Peter Singer and Tom Regan.

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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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