Animal Ethics now and then a workshop organized jointly by the Hoover Chair and the ARC Speculum Arabicum

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Animal Ethics now and then a workshop organized jointly by the Hoover Chair and the ARC Speculum Arabicum
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  13:00  - opening / sandwiches 14:00  - Catia Faria  (Centre for Ethics, Politics and Society, University of Minho, Portugal / Centre for Animal Ethics, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona), «   Wild animal suffering and cause prioritization   » 14:30  - Baudouin Van den Abeele  (UCL) / Gary Timbrell  (International Association of Falconry), «   Falconry and ethics: from today's practice back to medieval reflections  » 15:00  - discussion 15:30  - Axel Gosseries  (Chaire Hoover d’éthique économique et sociale) / Tim Meijers  (Leiden University, Department of Philosophy), «   Is Animal Population Ethics Different?   » 15:50  - Godefroid de Callataÿ  (UCL) «   The Animal Fable in the Ras  !  ’il Ikhw  !  n al-  "  af  !  ’ » 16:10  - Thibaut Radomme  (UCL - Université de Lausanne), « À raison du murtre commis et perpetré par la dicte truye  : Questions and Perspectives on Animal Trials in Medieval West and the Vision of Animals in Western Thought   » 16:30  - discussion 17:00  - Jan Deckers  (School of Medical Education, Newcastle University), «   Animal (De)liberation: Should the Consumption of Animal Products Be Banned?   » 17:20  - Film (by Jan Deckers) 18:10  - discussion
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