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Volume 5 (2020)

Baker, Liv and Winkler, Rebecca (2020) Asian elephant rescue, rehabilitation and rewilding. Animal Sentience 28(1)

Kopnina, Helen (2020) Of elephants and men. Animal Sentience 28(2)

Pauketat, Janet VT (2020) A psychological perspective on elephant rewilding. Animal Sentience 28(4)

Lainé, Nicolas (2020) Anthropology and conservation. Animal Sentience 28(5)

Snijders, Lysanne (2020) Ecological and evolutionary dynamics of elephant rewilding. Animal Sentience 28(6)

Lorimer, Jamie and Rahmat, Khatijah (2020) Elephants at work. Animal Sentience 28(7)

Blumstein, Daniel T. and Lynch, Kate E. (2020) Innovative, yes: But is it rewilding?. Animal Sentience 28(8)

McGrew, William C. (2020) Practicalities of re-wilding. Animal Sentience 28(9)

Mehrkam, Lindsay R. and Fad, Otto (2020) Animal welfare science and “a life worth living” for wild and captive elephants. Animal Sentience 28(10)

Humphreys, Rebekah (2020) Philosophy, ecology and elephant equality. Animal Sentience 28(11)

Celermajer, Danielle (2020) Rethinking rewilding through multispecies justice. Animal Sentience 28(12)

Crist, Eileen (2020) Protecting nature, freeing beings. Animal Sentience 28(13)

Lee, Phyllis C. and Lindsay, W. Keith (2020) A “halfway house” for improving captive welfare. Animal Sentience 28(14)

Phalke, Sagarika (2020) Rewilding elephants: A solution or a potential problem?. Animal Sentience 28(15)

Wallach, Arian D.; Jasinghe, Sujeewa; Fernando, Sudarshani; and Rizzolo, Jessica Bell (2020) Compassionate conservation and elephant personhood. Animal Sentience 28(16)

Correia-Caeiro, Catia (2020) Rewilding and domestication: Clarifying terminology. Animal Sentience 28(17)

van de Water, Antoinette; Henley, Michelle; Bates, Lucy; and Slotow, Rob (2020) Future of Thailand's captive elephants. Animal Sentience 28(18)

Massiot, Elodie (2020) Challenging our conception of wildness. Animal Sentience 28(19)

Treves, Adrian (2020) Elephants and pandemics. Animal Sentience 28(20)

Mikhalevich, Irina and Powell, Russell (2020) Minds without spines: Evolutionarily inclusive animal ethics. Animal Sentience 29(1)

Levy, Neil (2020) It might not matter very much whether insects are conscious. Animal Sentience 29(2)

Figdor, Carrie (2020) Relationship between cognition and moral status needs overhaul. Animal Sentience 29(3)

Browning, Heather and Veit, Walter (2020) Improving invertebrate welfare. Animal Sentience 29(4)

Vonk, Jennifer (2020) No room for speciesism in welfare considerations. Animal Sentience 29(5)

Cammaerts, Marie-Claire (2020) Invertebrates should be given ethical consideration. Animal Sentience 29(6)

Soryl, Asher (2020) Invertebrate welfare in the wild. Animal Sentience 29(7)

Monsó, Susana and Osuna-Mascaró, Antonio J. (2020) Problems with basing insect ethics on individuals’ welfare. Animal Sentience 29(8)

Balcombe, Jonathan (2020) Intuition and the invertebrate dogma. Animal Sentience 29(9)

Elwood, Robert W. (2020) Do arthropods respond to noxious stimuli purely by reflex?. Animal Sentience 29(10)

Zentall, Thomas R. (2020) Cognition, movement and morality. Animal Sentience 29(11)

Lockwood, Jeffrey A. (2020) Virtue ethics and the likelihood of invertebrate suffering. Animal Sentience 29(12)

Veit, Walter and Huebner, Bryce (2020) Drawing the boundaries of animal sentience. Animal Sentience 29(13)

Mallatt, Jon and Feinberg, Todd E. (2020) Sentience in evolutionary context. Animal Sentience 29(14)

DeGrazia, David (2020) On the possibility of invertebrate sentience. Animal Sentience 29(15)

Woodruff, Michael L. (2020) Whether invertebrates are sentient matters to bioethics and science policy. Animal Sentience 29(16)

Baracchi, David and Baciadonna, Luigi (2020) Insect sentience and the rise of a new inclusive ethics. Animal Sentience 29(18)

Marino, Lori (2020) Sentience in all organisms with centralized nervous systems. Animal Sentience 29(19)

Lee, Andrew Y. (2020) Does sentience come in degrees?. Animal Sentience 29(20)

Howard, Scarlett R. and Symonds, Matthew R.E. (2020) Ethical considerations for invertebrates. Animal Sentience 29(21)

Marzluff, John M. (2020) Bridging the empathy gap for invertebrates. Animal Sentience 29(22)

Dietrich, Eric and Fox Hall, Tara (2020) Moral treatment for all. Animal Sentience 29(23)