Michael Holloway mhollowa at
Mon Jan 31 15:36:27 EST 1994

In article <brownbrd.759900648 at> brownbrd at (Grizzly Adams) writes:
>The training group I am part of as a graduate student recently met and
>discussed a small portion of bioethics - specifically that of "animal rights".

That's disappointing, unless the discussion centered around educating the 
participants about the danger presented by "animal rights" terrorists.  Ethics 
certainly is something that researchers need some formal training in.  "Animal 
rights" however, is pop culture and not serious, or useful, ethical thought.  
The only thing that a researcher needs to be taught about it is how to  best 
protect yourself from terrorists.

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