ADDITIONAL WRITINGS

“Whales, Dolphins and Humans: Challenges in Interspecies Ethics.”  Palgrave Handbook of Animal Ethics. In press.

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“Dolphins Captivity and SeaWorld: The Misuse of Science.” Business and Society Review. Spring 2017, 122:1. Pp. 119-36.

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“Whales, Dolphins and Ethics: A Primer.”Whales, Dolphins and Ethics: A Primer.” Dolphin Communication & Cognition: Past, Present, Future. Edited by Denise L. Herzing and Christine M. Johnson. MIT Press.

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“A Primer on Nonhuman Personhood, Cetacean Rights and ‘Flourishing.'”

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“Humans and Dolphins: An Essay on Anthropocentrism in Applied Environmental Ethics.” Journal of Animal Ethics.

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“Declaration of the Rights for Whales.” The Global Guide to Animal Protection. Edited by Andrew Linzey. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press.

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Review of Denise Herzing’s Dolphins Diaries: My 25 Years with Spotted Dolphins in the Bahamas.

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“What Is It Like to Be a Dolphin?” Whales and Dolphins: Cognition, Culture, Conservation and Human Perceptions. Edited by Philippa Brakes and Mark Simmonds. London: Earthscan, 2011. Pp. 188-206.

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“Dolphin People.” The Philosophers’ Magazine. 49: 2nd quarter 2010, 36-43.

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“Humans, Dolphins and the Socratic Dictum: Vice Harms the Doer.” The Relationship between Animal Abuse and Human Violence. Andrew Linzey, editor. East Sussex: Sussex Academic Press, 2008. Pp. 329-40.

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“Dolphins and the Question of Personhood.” With Denise Herzing. Etica & Animali. Special Issue on Nonhuman Personhood. 9/98, 64-84.