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This is a really excellent collection of articles on all sorts of really interesting topics in applied ethics. Anyone who thinks that academic philosophers aren't "practical" or aren't concerned with "real world" issues and problems should take a look at this book. It's just full of interesting and important stuff. All the entries I've read are exceedingly clear and well written and provide a great introduction to the topic. I hope it eventually comes out in paperback so it's easier to purchase!
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Raymond G. Frey (1941–2012) was Professor of Philosophy at Bowling Green State University, specializing in moral, political and legal philosophy, and author or editor of a number of books, including Interests and Rights: The Case Against Animals (1980), Euthanasia and Physician-Assisted Suicide (1998, with Gerald Dworkin and Sissela Bok), and The Oxford Handbook of Animal Ethics (2011, with Tom Beauchamp, eds.).
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