Chapman, Colin A. and Huffman, Michael A. (2018) Why do we want to think humans are different?. Animal Sentience 23(1)

Juergens, Uta Maria (2018) Human and nonhuman animals: Equals in uniqueness. Animal Sentience 23(2)

Benvenuti, Anne (2018) Good news: Humans are neither distinct nor superior. Animal Sentience 23(3)

Shackelford, Todd K. (2018) Can they suffer?. Animal Sentience 23(4)

Rollin, Bernard (2018) Human superiority?. Animal Sentience 23(5)

Wilson, Vanessa (2018) Using anthropocentrism to the benefit of other species. Animal Sentience 23(6)

Hall, Tara Fox (2018) Why humans are different. Animal Sentience 23(7)

Fischer, Bob (2018) Individuals in the wild. Animal Sentience 23(8)

Ristau, Carolyn A. (2018) Insulting words: "They are animals!". Animal Sentience 23(10)

Blystad, Magnus Helgheim (2018) Human-like behavior and cognition: Not a good starting point. Animal Sentience 23(11)

Benz-Schwarzburg, Judith (2018) We don’t want to know what we know. Animal Sentience 23(12)

Ross, Don (2018) Two fallacies in comparisons between humans and non-humans. Animal Sentience 23(13)

Fawcett, Anne and McGreevy, Paul (2018) What sets us apart could be our salvation. Animal Sentience 23(14)

Edmondson, William H. (2018) Is superiority a necessary aspect of cruelty?. Animal Sentience 23(15)

Bartsch, Karen (2019) Developmental aspects of capacities. Animal Sentience 23(16)

Monsó, Susana (2019) Humans are superior — by human standards. Animal Sentience 23(17)

Woodruff, Michael L. (2019) Sentience is the foundation of animal rights. Animal Sentience 23(18)

Wilson, Michael L. and Lehman, Clarence L. (2019) Humans: Uniquely responsible for causing conservation problems, uniquely capable of solving them. Animal Sentience 23(19)

Rogers, Lesley J. (2019) More evidence of complex cognition in nonhuman species. Animal Sentience 23(20)

Vonk, Jennifer (2019) Unique in degree not kindness. Animal Sentience 23(21)

Pepperberg, Irene M. (2019) Animal sentience is not enough to motivate conservation. Animal Sentience 23(22)

Spiegel, Rainer (2019) Non-human animals providing rescue in medical emergencies. Animal Sentience 23(23)

Kaplan, Gisela (2019) Mirror neurons and humanity’s dark side. Animal Sentience 23(24)

Wallner, Bernard (2019) Of course, humans are not unique!. Animal Sentience 23(25)

Paez, Eze (2019) Humans may be unique and superior — and that is irrelevant. Animal Sentience 23(26)

Johannsen, Kyle (2019) Are some animals also moral agents?. Animal Sentience 23(27)

McGrew, William C. (2019) Humans have always been unique!. Animal Sentience 23(28)

Broude, Gwen J. (2019) Phooey on comparisons. Animal Sentience 23(29)

Kiley-Worthington, Marthe (2019) Anthropomorphism is the first step. Animal Sentience 23(30)

Bar-Hen-Schweiger, Moran and Henik, Avishai (2019) Intelligence as mental manipulation in humans and nonhuman animals. Animal Sentience 23(31)

Freeman, Carrie P. (2019) Taking exception to human exceptionalism. Animal Sentience 23(32)

Palagi, Elisabetta (2019) Sharing emotions builds bridges between individuals and between species. Animal Sentience 23(33)

Price, Catherine (2019) Human and nonhuman animals: Towards equality. Animal Sentience 23(34)

Hood, S. Brian and Giddens, Sophia (2019) Phenotypic similarity and moral consideration. Animal Sentience 23(35)

Ng, Yew-Kwang (2019) Human superiority is obvious but does not justify cruelty. Animal Sentience 23(36)

Kopnina, Helen (2019) Anthropocentrism: Practical remedies needed. Animal Sentience 23(37)

Criscione, Matthew J. and Keenan, Julian Paul (2019) Our brains make us out to be unique in ways we are not. Animal Sentience 23(38)

Hermanson, Sean (2019) Is human uniqueness fake news?. Animal Sentience 23(39)

Marino, Lori (2019) “I am not an animal”. Animal Sentience 23(40)

Merskin, Debra (2019) Across the great divide. Animal Sentience 23(41)

Schoof, Valérie A. M. and L'Allier, Simon (2019) Mobilizing heads and hearts for wildlife conservation. Animal Sentience 23(42)