On the 28th of February 2020, Animals and Society/ History/ Human Culture workshop was organized. The debate was moderated by Irina Frasin. The participants were as follows: George Bodi, Codrin Dinu Vasiliu, Ionut Bârliba, and Liviu Măgurianu. Animals are present in the myths, legends, and folklore of all people around the world. The religions of […]
The Anthrozoology Symposium reaches its third edition this year (2020), and it is an event organized by “Gh. Zane” Institute of Economic and Social Research (Romanian Academy – Iasi Branch), in association with the Faculty of Biology (“Al. I. Cuza” University of Iasi), Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences (“Babes – Bolyai” University of Cluj),
Workshop, Iași city, June 19, 2020, 16.00 Our interaction with the other animals is conditioned by our anthropocentric limits of understanding humanity and our responsibility towards animals, conceptual frames which determine, in terms of socioeconomics, our relationship with everything that is alive, and our wish to build a better world in the only world we
The fundamental belief sustaining all legal systems and social organizations around the world is that humans are cognitively and morally superior to all other animals. This justifies using all other animals to the sole benefit of humans. The control and destruction of the lives of non-human individuals to serve the selfish human interests is based
Project Launching: Ethics and the Non-human World. Ethical Fundamentals for Rethinking the Human-Nature Relation.
The Romanian Academy, Iași Branch announces the launching of the project Ethics and the Non-Human World. Ethical Fundamentals for Rethinking the Human-Animal World, financed by Fundația Patrimoniu (Patrimony Foundation) of the Romanian Academy within GAR-UM-2019. The implementing team of the project is as follows: Irina Frasin (project manager), George Bodi, Codrin Dinu Vasiliu, Ionuţ Bârliba,