Animal Liberation Philosophy and Policy Journal
Publisher: Center on Animal Liberation Affairs, Department of Philosophy,
University of Texas at El Paso
The journal was established for the purpose of fostering an animal
liberation philosophy and related policy field of academic study. This is an
interdisciplinary journal with an emphasis on animal liberation.
This journal was designed to build up the common activist¹s knowledge of
animal liberation while at the same time appealing to academic specialists
to address the important topic of animal liberation. We encourage and
actively pursue a diversity of viewpoints of contributors from the
frontlines of activism to academics.
We have created the journal for the purpose of facilitating communication
between the many diverse perspectives of the animal rights movement. Thus,
we especially encourage submissions that seek to create new syntheses
between differing disputing parties and to explore paradigms not currently
The Animal Liberation Philosophy and Policy Journal is open to all scholars
and activists. While the research and perspectives will differ, the editing
of the pieces will be peer-reviewed for quality and originality. We
encourage and actively pursue a diversity of viewpoints and topics.
Dr. Steve Best
University of Texas, El Paso
Animal Liberation Philosophy and Policy Journal is available free of charge
as an Open Access journal on the Internet.
Content available in HTML, MSWord and PDF format.
Current Issue: Volume II Issue 2 2004
Date: 23 May 2005