US law professor and animal rights philosopher speaks live in Ireland for the first time

Ireland“Gary L Francione, Distinguished Professor of Law and Philosophy at Rutgers University School of Law, Newark, USA (see full bio below), will give a lecture on ‘The Animal Rights Debate: Abolition or Regulation’ at 7pm, Theatre ‘L’, UCD (Newman building). This interactive lecture, in which audience members can ask questions after the principal address, will be held live via satellite from the USA. Gary L Francione is the intellectual leader of the ‘abolitionist approach’ to animal rights and is the most important scholar writing about human-nonhuman relations at the present time …” (more)

[Roger Yates, Indymedia Ireland, 20 July]

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One Response to “US law professor and animal rights philosopher speaks live in Ireland for the first time”

  1. Portia Says:

    Animals as Persons-Slaves- and if he really knew the law, then he would know that “person” means not free sovereign human being.

    So, both humans and animals are POSSESSIONS of the elite then?

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