Ideal for students in philosophy, animal studies and gender studies, this volume explores an important question: what grounds our ethical responsibility? It covers a range of topics including maternal bodies, animal rights, capital punishment, depression and trauma, demonstrating the evolution of Kelly Oliver's seminal work in response ethics.
About the Author:
Kelly Oliver is W. Alton Jones Professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt University. She is the author of thirteen scholarly books, ten anthologies, and over 100 articles, including work on campus rape, reproductive technologies, women and the media, film noir, and Alfred Hitchcock. Her work has been translated into seven languages, and she has been published in The New York Times.
Alison Suen is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Iona College, USA. She is the author of The Speaking Animal (2015).