Conception: Mischa Gabowitsch, Potsdam
with Avichai Apel, Frankfurt am Main, Simone Horstmann, Dortmund, Carola Roloff, Hamburg, Isabel Schatzschneider, Erlangen/Nürnberg, Hilal Sezgin, Lüneburg, und Markus Wild, Basel
Contemporary animal rights and animal welfare movements often invoke predecessors from the history of religion and philosophy. Yet direct dialogue between the main world religions and different philosophical traditions remains rare. This workshop brings together Buddhist, Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and secular philosophical perspectives on ethical claims beyond species boundaries, and asks what it means to acknowledge non-human animals as agents and objects of ethical actions.
This event will be held in German
Limited seats. Registration is required: email@example.com
Live stream via Zoom (register here)