Experimenting with humans and animals :from Galen to animal rights
- au: Anita Guerrini.
- Publish: Baltimore, Md. : Johns Hopkins University Press 2003.
- 出版年: 2003
- cu: Johns
- sb: Human Experimentation history. , Human Experimentation , Animal Experimentation , history. , Vivisection History. , History. , Animal experimentation , Animal Experimentation history. , Human experimentation in medicine History. , Animal experimentation History. , Vivisection , Human experimentation in medicine
- ISBN: 0801871972 , 9780801871979
- ps: Includes bibliographical references (p. -160) and index. Bodies of evidence : experimentation and philosophical debate in premodern Europe -- Animals, machines, and morals -- Disrupting God's plan -- Cruelty and kindness --The microbe hunters -- Polio and primates -- Conclusion: Human rights, animal rights, and the conduct of science.
- ab: Ethical questions about the use of animals and humans in research remain among the most vexing within both the scientific community and society at large. These often rancorous arguments have gone on, however, with little awareness of their historical antecedents. Experimentationon animals and particularly humans is often assumed to be a uniquely modern phenomenon, but the ideas and attitudes that encourage the biological and medical sciences to experiment on living creatures date from the earliest expression of Western thought. Here, Anita Guerrini looks at the history of these practices from vivisection in ancient Alexandria to present-day battles over animal rights and medical research employing human subjects. Guerrini discusses key historical episodes, including the discovery of blood circulation, the development of smallpox and polio vaccines, and recent AIDS research. Shealso explores the rise of the antivivisection movement in Victorian England, the modern animal rights movement, and current debates over gene therapy.--From publisher description.
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