Bibliografía sobre la sintiencia animal

Criterios para reconocer la sintiencia

Allen, C. (1992) “Mental content and evolutionary explanation”, Biology and Philosophy, 7, pp. 1-12.

Allen, C. & Bekoff, M. (1997) Species of mind, Cambridge: MIT Press.

Baars, B. J. (2001) “There are no known differences in brain mechanisms of consciousness between humans and other mammals”, Animal Welfare, 10, suppl. 1, pp. 31-40.

Beshkar, M. (2008) “The presence of consciousness in the absence of the cerebral cortex”, Synapse, 62, pp. 553-556.

Cabanac, M.; Cabanac, A. J.; Parent, A. (2009) “The emergence of consciousness in phylogeny”, Behavioural Brain Research, 198, pp. 267-272.

Chandroo, K. P.; Yue, S. & Moccia, R. D. (2004) “An evaluation of current perspectives on consciousness and pain in fishes”, Fish and Fisheries, 5, pp. 281-295.

Damasio, A. R. (1999) The feeling of what happens: Body and emotion in the making of consciousness, San Diego: Harcourt.

Darwin, C. (2009 [1871]) El origen del hombre, Barcelona: Crítica.

Dawkins, M. S. (1993) Through our eyes only? The search for animal consciousness, New York: W. H. Freeman.

Dawkins, M. S. (2001) “Who needs consciousness?”, Animal Welfare, 10, suppl. 1, pp. 19- 29.

DeGrazia, D. (1996) Taking animals seriously: Mental life & moral status, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Dretske, F. I. (1999) “Machines, plants and animals: the origins of agency”, Erkenntnis, 51, pp. 19-31.

Edelman D. B. & Seth, A. K. (2009) “Animal consciousness: A synthetic approach”, Trends in Neuroscience, 9, pp. 476-484.

Farah, M. J. (2008) “Neuroethics and the problem of other minds: implications of neuroscience for the moral status of brain-damaged patients and nonhuman animals”, Neuroethics, 1, pp. 9-18.

Gherardi, F. (2009) “Behavioural indicators of pain in crustacean decapods”, Annali dell’Istituto Superiore di Sanità, 45, pp. 432-438.

Griffin, D. R. (1981) The question of animal awareness: Evolutionary continuity of mental experience, New York: Rockefeller University Press.

Griffin, D. R. & Speck, G. B. (2004) “New evidence of animal consciousness”, Animal Cognition, 7, pp. 5-18.

Grinde, B. (2013) “The evolutionary rationale for consciousness”, Biological Theory, 7, pp. 227-236.

Jamieson, D. (1998) “Science, knowledge, and animals minds”, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 98, pp. 79-102.

Ng, Y.-K. (1995) “Towards welfare biology: Evolutionary economics of animal consciousness and suffering”, Biology and Philosophy, 10, pp. 255-285.

Panksepp, J. (2004) Affective neuroscience: The foundations of human and animal emotions, New York: Oxford University Press.

Radner, D. & Radner, M. (1989) Animal consciousness, Buffalo: Prometheus.

Robinson, W. S. (1997) “Some nonhuman animals can have pains in a morally relevant sense”, Biology and Philosophy, 12, pp. 51-71.

Rollin, B. E. (1989) The unheeded cry: Animal consciousness, animal pain and science, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Sneddon, L. U. (2009) “Pain perception in fish: Indicators and endpoints”, ILAR Journal, 50, pp. 338-342.

 

La idea de que solamente los seres humanos son sintientes

Allen, C. & Bekoff, M. (1997) Species of mind, Cambridge: MIT Press.

Allen, C. (2004) “Animal pain”, Noûs, 38, pp. 617-643.

Baars, B. J. (2001) “There are no known differences in brain mechanisms of consciousness between humans and other mammals”, Animal Welfare, 10, pp. 31-40.

Bekoff, M. & Allen, C. (1997) “Cognitive ethology: Slayers, skeptics, and proponents”, en Mitchell, R. W: Thompson, N. S. & Miles, H. L. (eds.) Anthropomorphism, anecdote, and animals, New York: State University of New York Press.

Bekoff, M. (2007) The emotional lives of animals, Novato: New World Library.

Bekoff, M. & Pierce, J. (2009) Wild justice: The moral lives of animals, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Bekoff, M.; Allen, C. & Burghardt, G. M. (2002) The cognitive animal: Empirical and theoretical perspectives on animal cognition, Cambridge: MIT Press.

Burghardt, G. (1985) “Animal awareness: Current perceptions and historical perspective”, American Psychologist, 40, pp. 905-919.

Carruthers, P. (1989) “Brute experience”, Journal of Philosophy, 86, pp. 258-269.

Carruthers, P. (2003 [1992]) La cuestión de los animales: teoría de la moral aplicada, Madrid: Akal.

Chandroo, K. P.; Yue, S. & Moccia, R. D. (2004) “An evaluation of current perspectives on consciousness and pain in fishes”, Fish and Fisheries, 5, pp. 281-295.

Clark, S. R. L. (1984 [1977]) The moral status of animals, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Darwin, C. (2009 [1871]) El origen del hombre, Barcelona: Crítica.

Dawkins, M. S. (1993) Through our eyes only?: The search for animal consciousness, New York: W. H. Freeman.

DeGrazia, D. (1996) Taking animals seriously: Mental life & moral status, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, chapter 5.

Dennett, D. (1995) “Do animals have beliefs?”, en Roitblat, H. & Meyer, J. (eds.) Comparative approaches to cognitive science, Cambridge: MIT Press, pp. 111-118.

Edelman D. & Seth, A. (2009) “Animal consciousness: A synthetic approach”, Trends in Neuroscience, 9, pp. 476-484.

Glock, H. (2000) “Animals, thoughts and concepts”, Synthese, 123, pp. 35-64.

Jamieson, D. & Bekoff, M. (1992) “Carruthers on nonconscious experience”, Analysis, 52, pp. 23-28.

Kirkwood, J. K. & Hubrecht, R. (2001) “Animal consciousness, cognition and welfare”, Animal Welfare, 10, pp. 5-17.

Lurz, R. W. (ed.) (2009) Philosophy of animal minds: New essays on animal thought and consciousness, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

McGinn, C. (1995) “Animal minds, animal morality”, Journal of Social Research, 62, pp. 731-747.

Nagel, T. (1974) “What is it like to be a bat?”, Philosophical Review, 83, pp. 435-450.

Panksepp, J. (2004) Affective neuroscience: The foundations of human and animal emotions, New York: Oxford University Press.

Radner, D. & Radner, M. (1986) Animal consciousness, New York: Prometheus.

Robinson, W. S. (1997) “Some nonhuman animals can have pains in a morally relevant sense”, Biology and Philosophy, 12, pp. 51-71.

Rollin, B. E. (1989) The unheeded cry: Animal consciousness, animal pain and science, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Rossano, M. J. (2003) “Expertise and the evolution of consciousness”, Cognition, 89, pp. 207-236.

Seth, A. K.; Baars, B. J. & Edelman, D. B. (2005) “Criteria for consciousness in humans and other mammals”, Consciousness and Cognition, 14, pp. 119-139.

Steiner, G. (2008) Animals and the moral community: Mental life, moral status, and kinship, New York: Columbia University Press.

 

¿Qué seres son conscientes?

Aberhan, M.; Nürnberg, S. & Kiessling, W. (2012) “Vision and the diversification of Phanerozoic marine invertebrates”, Paleobiology, 38, pp. 187-204.

Allen, C. & Trestman, M. (2004) “Animal consciousness”, en Zalta, E. N. (ed.) The Stanford encyclopedia of philosophy [referencia: 18 de febrero de 2015].

Balderrama, N.; Díaz, H.; Sequeda, A.; Núñez, A. & Maldonado H. (1987) “Behavioral and pharmacological analysis of the stinging response in Africanized and Italian bees”, en Menzel, Randolf & Mercer, Alison R. (eds.) Neurobiology and behavior of honeybees, Berlin: Springer, p. 127.

Barr, S.; Laming, P. R.; Dick, J. T. A. & Elwood, R. W. (2008) “Nociception or pain in a decapod crustacean?”, Animal Behaviour, 75, pp. 745-751.

Braithwaite, V. A. (2010) Do fish feel pain?, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Broom, D. M. (2007) “Cognitive ability and sentience: Which aquatic animals should be protected?”, Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 75, pp. 99-108.

Cadet, P.; Zhu, W.; Mantione, K. J.; Baggerman, G. & Stefano, G. B. (2002) “Cold stress alters Mytilus edulis pedal ganglia expression of μ opiate receptor transcripts determined by real-time RT-PCR and morphine levels”, BMolecular Brain Research, 99, pp. 26-33.

Charifi, M.; Sow, M.; Ciret, P.; Benomar, S. & Massabuau, J.-C. (2017) “The sense of hearing in the Pacific oyster, Magallana gigas”, PLoS ONE, 12 (10), e0185353 [referencia: 24 de enero de 2018].

Crook, R. J. (2013) “The welfare of invertebrate animals in research: Can science’s next generation improve their lot?”, Journal of Postdoctoral Research, 1 (2), pp. 9-18 [accessed on 22 February 2014].

Crook, R. J.; Hanlon, R. T. & Walters, E. T. (2013) “Squid have nociceptors that display widespread long-term sensitization and spontaneous activity after bodily injury”, The Journal of Neuroscience, 33, pp. 10021-10026.

Crook, R. J. & Walters, E. T. (2011) “Nociceptive behavior and physiology of molluscs: Animal welfare implications”, ILAR Journal, 52, pp. 185-195 [referencia: 15 de octubre de 2013].

Dawkins, M. S. (2001) “Who needs consciousness?”, Animal Welfare, 10, pp. 19- 29.

Eisemann, C. H.; Jorgensen, W. K.; Merritt, D. J.; Rice, M. J.; Cribb, B. W.; Webb, P. D. & Zalucki, M. P. (1984) “Do insects feel pain? A biological view”, Experentia, 40, pp. 164-167.

Elwood, R. W. (2011) “Pain and suffering in invertebrates?”, ILAR Journal, 52, pp. 175-184.

Elwood, R. W. & Adams, L. (2015) “Electric shock causes physiological stress responses in shore crabs, consistent with prediction of pain”, Biology Letters, 11 (1) [referencia: 13 de noviembre de 2015].

Elwood, R. W. & Appel, M. (2009) “Pain experience in hermit crabs?”, Animal Behaviour, 77, pp. 1243-1246.

Elwood, R. W.; Barr, S. & Patterson, L. (2009) “Pain and stress in crustaceans?”, Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 118, pp. 128-136.

Fiorito, G. (1986) “Is there ‘pain’ in invertebrates?”, Behavioural Processes, 12, pp. 383-388.

Gherardi, F. (2009) “Behavioural indicators of pain in crustacean decapods”, Annali dell´Istituto Superiore di Sanita, 45, pp. 432-438.

Gentle, M. J. (1992) “Pain in birds”, Animal Welfare, 1, pp. 235-247.

Griffin, D. R. (1984) Animal thinking, Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Griffin, D. R. (2001) Animal minds: Beyond cognition to consciousness, Chicago: Chicago University Press.

Harvey-Clark, C. (2011) “IACUC challenges in invertebrate research”, ILAR Journal, 52, pp. 213-220 [referencia: 14 de febrero de 2013].

Horvath, K.; Angeletti, D.; Nascetti, G. & Carere, C. (2013) “Invertebrate welfare: An overlooked issue”, Annali dell´Istituto superiore di sanità, 49, pp. 9-17 [referencia: 3 de octubre de 2013].

Huffard, C. L. (2013) “Cephalopod neurobiology: An introduction for biologists working in other model systems”, Invertebrate Neuroscience, 13, pp. 11-8.

Kamenos, N. A.; Calosi, P. & Moore, P. P. (2006) “Substratum-mediated heart rate responses of an invertebrate to predation threat”, Animal Behaviour, 71, pp. 809-813.

Knutsson, S. (2015a) The moral importance of small animals, Master’s thesis in practical philosophy, Gothenburg: University of Gothenburg [referencia: 4 de enero de 2016].

Knutsson, S. (2015b) “How good or bad is the life of an insect”, simonknutsson.com [referencia: 4 de enero de 2016].

Leonard, G. H.; Bertness, M. D. & Yund, P. O. (1999) “Crab predation, waterborne cues, and inducible defenses in the blue mussel, Mytilus edulis”, Ecology, 75, pp. 1-14.

Lozada, M.; Romano, A. & Maldonado, H. (1988) “Effect of morphine and naloxone on a defensive response of the crab Chasmagnathus granulatus”, Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior, 30, pp. 635-640.

Magee, B.; Elwood, R. W. (2013) “Shock avoidance by discrimination learning in the shore crab (Carcinus maenas is consistent with a key criterion for pain”, Journal of Experimental Biology, 216, pp. 353-358 [referencia: 25 de diciembre de 2015].

Maldonado, H. & Miralto, A. (1982) “Effect of morphine and naloxone on a defensive response of the mantis shrimp (Squilla mantis), Journal of Comparative Physiology, 147, pp. 455-459.

Malkowsky, Y.; Götze, M.-C. (2014) “Impact of habitat and life trait on character evolution of pallial eyes in Pectinidae (Mollusca: bivalvia)”, Organisms Diversity & Evolution, 14, pp. 173-185.

Mather, J. A. (2001) “Animal suffering: An invertebrate perspective”, Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 4, pp. 151-156.

Mather, J. A. (2008) “Cephalopod consciousness: Behavioral evidence”, Consciousness and Cognition, 17, pp. 37-48.

Mather, J. A. & Anderson, R. C. (2007) “Ethics and invertebrates: A cephalopod perspective”, Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 75, pp. 119-129.

Morton, B. (2001) “The evolution of eyes in the Bivalvia”, en Gibson, R. N.; Barnes, M. & Atkinson, R. J. A. (eds.) Oceanography and marine Biology: An annual review, vol. 39, London: Taylor & Francis, pp. 165-205.

Morton, B. (2008) “The evolution of eyes in the Bivalvia: New insights”, American Malacological Bulletin, 26, pp. 35-45.

Morton, B. & Puljas, S. (2015) “The ectopic compound ommatidium-like pallial eyes of three species of Mediterranean (Adriatic Sea) Glycymeris (Bivalvia: Arcoida). Decreasing visual acuity with increasing depth?”, Acta Zoologica, 97, pp. 464-474.

Ng, Y.-K. (1995) “Towards welfare biology: Evolutionary economics of animal consciousness and suffering”, Biology and Philosophy, 10, pp. 255-285.

Núñez, J.; Almeida, L.; Balderrama, N. & Giurfa, M. (1997) “Alarm pheromone induces stress analgesia via an opioid system in the honeybee”, Physiology & Behaviour, 63, p. 78.

Sherwin, C. M. (2001) “Can invertebrates suffer? Or, how robust is argument-by-analogy?”, Animal Welfare, 10, pp. 103-118.

Smith, J. A. (1991) “A question of pain in invertebrates”, ILAR Journal, 33, pp. 25-31 [referencia: 20 de octubre de 2013].

Sneddon, L. U.; Braithwaite, V. A. & Gentle, M. J. (2003) “Do fishes have nociceptors? Evidence for the evolution of a vertebrate sensory system”, Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 270, pp. 1115-1121.

Sonetti, D.; Mola, L.; Casares, F.; Bianchi, E.; Guarna, M. & Stefano, G. B. (1999) “Endogenous morphine levels increase in molluscan neural and immune tissues after physical trauma”, Brain Research, 835, pp. 137-147.

Tomasik, B. (2013) “Speculations on population dynamics of bug suffering”, Essays on Reducing Suffering [referencia: 18 de marzo de 2017].

Tomasik, B. (2015) “The importance of insect suffering”, Essays on Reducing Suffering [referencia: 23 de marzo de 2017].

Tomasik, B. (2016) “Brain sizes and cognitive abilities of micrometazoans”, Essays on Reducing Suffering [referencia: 18 de diciembre de 2016].

Tye, M. (2017) Tense bees and shell-shocked crabs: Are animals conscious?, New York: Oxford University Press.

Volpato, G. L. (2009) “Challenges in assessing fish welfare”, ILAR Journal, 50, pp. 329-337 [referencia: 30 de mayo de 2013].

Walters, E. T. & Moroz, L. L. (2009) “Molluscan memory of injury: Evolutionary insights into chronic pain and neurological disorders”, Brain, Behavior and Evolution, 74, pp. 206-218 [referencia: 22 de septiembre de 2013].

Wigglesworth, V. B. (1980) “Do insects feel pain?”, Antenna, 4, pp. 8-9. Allen-Hermanson, S. (2008) “Insects and the problem of simple minds: Are bees natural zombies?”, Journal of Philosophy, 105, pp. 389-415.

Wilson, C. D.; Arnott, G. & Elwood, R. W. (2012) “Freshwater pearl mussels show plasticity of responses to different predation risks but also show consistent individual differences in responsiveness”, Behavioural Processes, 89, pp. 299-303.

Zullo, L. & Hochner, B. (2011) “A new perspective on the organization of an invertebrate brain”, Communicative & Integrative Biology, 4, pp. 26-29.

 

Qué seres no son conscientes

Broom, D. M. (2007) “Cognitive ability and sentience: Which aquatic animals should be protected?”, Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 75, pp. 99-108.

Dawkins, M. S. (2001) “Who needs consciousness?”, Animal Welfare, 10, pp. 19-29.

Edelman, D. B. & Seth A. K. (2009) “Animal consciousness: A synthetic approach”, Trends in Neurosciences, 32, pp. 476-484.

Griffin, D. R. (1981) The question of animal awareness: Evolutionary continuity of mental experience, New York: Rockefeller University Press.

Grinde, B. (2013) “The evolutionary rationale for consciousness”, Biological Theory, 7, pp 227-236.

Lurz, R. W. (ed.) (2009) The philosophy of animal minds, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Mather, J. A. (2001) “Animal suffering: An invertebrate perspective”, Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 4, pp. 151-156.

McGinn, C. (2004) Consciousness and its objects, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Norton, N. (1996) Consciousness and the origins of thought, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

O’Shaughnessy, B. (2000) Consciousness and the world, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Rosenthal, D. M. (2008) “Consciousness and its function”, Neuropsychologia, 46, pp. 829-840.

Smith, J. A. (1991) “A question of pain in invertebrates”, Institute for Laboratory Animals Journal Journal, 33, pp. 1-2 [referencia: 27 de septiembre de 2013].

 

Indicadores de sufrimiento animal

Bonica, J. (1990) The management of pain, 2nd ed., Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger.

Broom, D. M. (1991) “Animal welfare: Concepts and measurement”, Journal of Animal Science, 69, pp. 4167-4175.

Dawkins, M. S. (1980) Animal suffering: The science of animal welfare, London: Chapman and Hall.

Dawkins, M. S. (2004) “Using behaviour to assess animal welfare”, Animal Welfare, 13, pp. 3-7.

DeGrazia, D. & Rowan, A. (1991) “Pain, suffering, and anxiety in animals and humans”, Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, 12, pp. 193-211.

Dell’Omo, G.; Fiore, M. & Alleva, E. (1994) “Strain differences in mouse response to odours of predators”, Behavioural Processes, 32 (2), pp. 105-115.

Edelman, D. B.; Baards, B. J. & Seth, A. K. (2005) “Identifying hallmarks of consciousness in non-mammalian species”, Consciousness and Cognition, 14, pp. 169-187.

Elwood, R. W. (2011) “Pain and suffering in invertebrates?”, Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources Journal, 52, pp. 175-184.

Flecknell, P. A. (1988) “The control of pain in animals”, en Grunsell, C. S. G.; Raw, Mary-Elizabeth & Hill, F. (eds.) The veterinary annual, Toronto: Scientechnica, pp. 43-48.

Gentle, M. J. (1992) “Pain in birds”, Animal Welfare, 1, pp. 235-247.

Keefe, F. J.; Fillingim, R. B. & Williams, D. A. (1993) “Behavioral assessment of pain: Nonverbal measures in animals and humans”, ILAR Journal, 33, pp. 3-13.

Kruger, L. (ed.) (1996) Pain and touch: Handbook of perception and cognition, 2nd ed., San Diego: Academic Press.

Molony, V.; Kent, J. E. & McKendrick, I. J. (2002) “Validation of a method for assessment of acute pain in lambs”, Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 76, pp. 215-238.

Morton, D. B. & Griffiths, P. H. M. (1985) “Guidelines on the recognition of pain, distress and discomfort in experimental animals and an hypothesis for assessment”, Veterinary Record, 116, pp. 431-436.

Rushen, J. (1991) “Problems associated with the interpretation of physiological data in the assessment of animal welfare”, Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 28, pp. 381-386.

Rutherford, K. M. D. (2002) “Assessing pain in animals”, Animal Welfare, 11, pp. 31-54.

Seth, A. K.; Baars, B. J. & Edelman, D. B. (2005) “Criteria for consciousness in humans and other mammals”, Consciousness and Cognition, 14, pp. 119-139.

Smith, J. A. (1991) “A question of pain in invertebrates”, ILAR Journal, 33, pp. 25-31 [referencia: 25 de diciembre de 2013].

Sneddon, L. U. (2009) “Pain and distress in fish”, ILAR Journal, 50, pp. 338-342 [referencia: 12 de enero de 2014].

Weary, D. M.; Niel, L.; Flower, F. C. & Fraser, D. (2006) “Identifying and preventing pain in animals”, Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 100, pp. 64-76.

Weiskrantz, L. (1995) “The problem of animal consciousness in relation to neuropsychology”, Behavioral Brain Research, 71, pp. 171-175.

Zimmerman, M. (1986) “Physiological mechanisms of pain and its treatment”, Klinische Anaesthesiol Intensivether, 32, pp. 1-19.