Ian J Kidd

Assistant Professor , University of Nottingham

Ian James Kidd is assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Nottingham. He is interested in intellectual virtue and vice, the nature of a religious life, and the experience and value of illness.

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The minds of other animals

Ian J Kidd

A fascinating paper. I wonder to what extent the way we *treat* animals - in agriculture, most obviously - isn’t more at threat from an honest affirmation of the possibility of animal consciousness?

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