Chicken-Human Relationships: From Procrustean Genocide to Empathic Anthropomorphism
- United Poultry Concerns
15 October 2010
Chicken-Human Relationships: From Procrustean
Genocide to Empathic Anthropomorphism
By Karen Davis, PhD, Spring Journal, Vol. 83, Spring 2010
The journal Spring has a new issue devoted to the animal psyche and
trans-species psychology. Trans-species psychology is the exciting new field
established in recognition of science's declaration that nonhuman animals have
mental and emotional capacities comparable to humans. This new field offers a
common language that bridges the gap between modern humanity and other animals
with a "science of the heart."
Contributing authors of Minding the Animal Psyche come from diverse disciplines
and experience with parrots, chickens, bears, horses, and other animals to
explore and reflect on vital questions of trans-species psychology.
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