This sourcebook provides approximately 2 hundred specially-translated Greek and Roman texts from Homer to Plutarch, revealing where of the animal within the ethical attention of the Classical period. Philosophical, ancient, dramatic and poetic texts discover how animals have been seemed in all elements of old existence, from philosophy to farming.
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