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Rethinking Animal Cognition

Ross Andersen | Atlantic | 13th February 2019

Notes from a visit to India to meet Jains, whose religion has held for thousands of years that all animals — even the tiniest insects — are conscious beings capable of feeling desire, fear, pain, sorrow, and joy. Jainism forbids violence towards humans and animals alike. The West wo…

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