- Title: Zoopolis: A Political Theory of Animal Rights
- Released: 2011-11-24
- Pages: 338
- ASIN: B006SF3Q3O
"An always engaging, often persuasive mix of the particular and general, leavening and defending the more abstract claims with choice case studies" --Christopher Belshaw, Times Higher Education
"Eloquent and extremely thought-provoking ... astonishingly free of sentimentality while still brimming with passion." --Steve Donoghue, Open Letters Monthly
"deeply serious and brilliantly writtenEL Zoopolis is in fact a courageous book and an intellectual tour de force. It is the most important philosophical work on human-animal relationships since Singer's Animal LiberationEL an inspiration to those people who want to change how humans treat animals" --Richard Keshen, Literary Review of Canada
"It is a novel and accessible (though long) contribution to the literature about the proper relationship between human and non-human animals that is sure to generate new conversations, new ideas, and, potentially, new policies that are more beneficial for everyone."--Our Hen House
About the Author
Sue Donaldson lives in Kingston, Canada where she writes essays, plays, and books, including a vegan recipe collection (Foods That Don't Bite Back) and a mystery novel for young adults (Thread of Deceit).
Will Kymlicka is the Canada Research Chair in Political Philosophy at Queen's University. He is the author of six books, including Contemporary Political Philosophy: An Introduction (OUP 1990; second edition 2002), Multicultural Citizenship (OUP 1995), and Multicultural Odysseys (OUP 2007).