Bibliografía sobre la importancia del sufrimiento de los animales en la naturaleza

Dinámica poblacional y sufrimiento animal

Barbault, R. & Mou, Y. P. (1998) “Population dynamics of the common wall lizard, Podarcis muralis, insouthwestern France”, Herpetologica, 44, pp. 38-47.

Boyce, M. S. (1984) “Restitution of r- and K–selection as a model of density-dependent natural selection”, Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 15, pp. 427-447 [referencia: 15 de febrero 2014].

Clarke, M. & Ng, Y.-K. (2006) “Population dynamics and animal welfare: Issues raised by the culling of kangaroos in Puckapunyal”, Social Choice and Welfare, 27, pp. 407-422.

Clutton-Brock, T. H.; Price, O. F.; Albon, S. D. & Jewell, P. A. (1992) “Early development and population fluctuations in Soay sheep”, Journal of Animal Ecology, 61, pp. 381-396 [referencia: 12 de mayo de 2014].

Cody, M. (1966) “A general theory of clutch size”, Evolution, 20, pp. 174-184 [referencia: 13 de marzo de 2014].

Dawkins, R. (1995) “God’s utility function”, Scientific American, 273, pp. 80-85.

Faria, C. (2015) “Dinámica de poblaciones y sus implicaciones para la ética de la gestión ambiental”, Actas I Congreso internacional de la Red española de Filosofía, 17, pp. 15-24 [referencia: 23 de noviembre de 2016].

Horta, O. (2010) “Debunking the idyllic view of natural processes: Population dynamics and suffering in the wild”, Télos, 17, pp. 73-88 [accessed on 13 January 2013].

Horta, O. (2015) “The problem of evil in nature: Evolutionary bases of the prevalence of disvalue”, Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 3, pp. 17-32 [accessed on 6 November 2015].

Horta, O. (2017 [2010]) “Refutando la visión idílica de la naturaleza”, en Navarro, A. X. C. & González, A. G. Es tiempo de coexistir: perspectivas, debates y otras provocaciones en torno a los animales no humanos, La Plata: Editorial Latinoamericana Especializada en Estudios Críticos Animales, pp. 161-180 [referencia: 20 de septiembre de 2017].

Nelson, M. E. & Mech, L. D. (1986) “Mortality of white-tailed deer in Northeastern Minnesota”, Journal of Wildlife Management, 50, pp. 691-698.

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

Parry, G. D. (1981) “The meanings of r- and K- selection”, Oecologia, 48, pp. 260-264 [accessed on 15 February 2013].

Pianka, E. R. (1970) “On r- and K-selection”, The American Naturalist, 104, pp. 592-597 [accessed on 20 February 2013].

Pianka, E. R. (1972) “r and K selection or b and d selection?”, The American Naturalist, 106, pp. 581-588 [accessed on 11 December 2013].

Reznick, D.; Bryant, M. J. & Bashey, F. (2002) “r-and K-selection revisited: The role of population regulation in life-history evolution,” Ecology, 83, pp. 1509-1520.

Roff, D. A. (1992) Evolution of life histories: Theory and analysis, Dordrecht: Springer.

Rolston, H., III (1992) “Disvalues in nature”, The Monist, 75, pp. 250-278.

Sagoff, M. (1984) “Animal liberation and environmental ethics: Bad marriage, quick divorce”, Osgoode Hall Law Journal, 22, pp. 297-307 [referencia: 12 de enero de 2016].

Schaffer, W. M. (1974) “Selection for optimal life histories: The effects of age structure”, Ecology, 55, pp. 291-303.

Stearns, S. C. (1976) “Life history tactics: A review of the ideas”, Quarterly Review of Biology, 51, pp. 3-47.

Stearns, S. C. (1992) The evolution of life histories, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Sullivan, K. A. (1989) “Predation and starvation: Age-specific mortality in juvenile juncos (Junco phaenotus)”, Journal of Animal Ecology, 58, pp. 275-286 [accessed on 29 May 2014].

Tomasik, B. (2013) “Speculations on population dynamics of bug suffering”, Essays on Reducing Suffering [accessed on 2 January 2017].

Tomasik, B. (2015a) “The importance of wild-animal suffering”, Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 3, pp. 133-152 [accessed on 20 November 2015].

Tomasik, B. (2015b) “Estimating aggregate wild-animal suffering from reproductive age and births per female”, Essays on Reducing Suffering [accessed on 5 July 2016].

Verhulst, P.-F. (1838) “Notice sur la loi que la population poursuit dans son accroissement”, Correspondance Mathématique et Physique, 10, pp. 113-121.

Wolfe, M. L. (1977) “Mortality patterns in the Isle Royale moose population”, American Midland Naturalist, 97, pp. 267-279 [accessed on 31 May 2014].

Razones evolutivas por las que prevalece el sufrimiento en la naturaleza

Cannon, G. B. (1966) “Intraspecies competition, viability, and longevity in experimental populations”, Evolution, 20, pp. 117-31.

Catania, A. C. & Harnad, S. (eds.) (1988) The selection of behavior, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Chesson, P. L. (1985) “Coexistence of competitors in spatially and temporally varying environments: a look at the combined effects of different sorts of variability”, Theoretical Population Biology, 28, pp. 263-287.

Clarke, M. & Ng, Y.-K. (2006) “Population dynamics and animal welfare: Issues raised by the culling of kangaroos in Puckapunyal”, Social Choice and Welfare, 27, pp. 407-422.

Colgan, P. (1989) Animal motivation, London: Chapman and Hall.

Connell, J. H. (1983) “On the prevalence and relative importance of interspecific competition: Evidence from field experiments”, The American Naturalist, 122, pp. 661-696.

Darwin, C. (2014 [1860]) El origen de las especies, San Francisco: Wikimedia Foundation [referencia: 10 de agosto de 2014].

Darwin, C. (2018 [1860]) “Letter no. 2814”, Darwin Correspondence Project Darwin [referencia: 29 de agosto de 2018].

Darwin, C. & Wallace, A. (1858) “On the tendency of species to form varieties; and on the perpetuation of varieties and species by natural means of selection”, Proceedings of Linnean Society, 3, pp. 45-62.

Dawkins, M. S. (1990) “From an animal’s point of view: motivation, fitness, and animal welfare”, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 13, pp. 1-9.

Dawkins, R. (1982) “Replicators and vehicles”, in King’s College Sociobiology Group (eds.) Current problems in sociobiology, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 45-64.

Dawkins, R. (1999 [1982]) The extended phenotype, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Dawkins, R. (2002 [1976]) El gen egoísta, Barcelona: Salvat.

Fisher, R. A. (1930) The genetical theory of natural selection, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hamilton, W. D. (1964) “The genetical evolution of social behaviour I”, Journal of Theoretical Biology, 7, pp. 1-16.

Lack, D. (1954) The natural regulation of animal numbers, Oxford: Clarendon.

Mayr, E. (1997) “The objects of selection”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 94, pp. 2091-2094 [referencia: 9 de enero de 2013].

Mayr, E. (2001) What evolution is, New York: Basic Books.

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

Parry, G. D. (1981) “The Meanings of r- and K-selection”, Oecologia, 48, pp. 260-264.

Pianka, E. R. (1970) “On r- and K- selection”, American Naturalist,104, pp. 592-597.

Reznick, D.; Bryant, M. J. & Bashey, F. (2002) “r-and K-selection revisited: The role of population regulation in life-history evolution”, Ecology, 83, pp. 1509-1520.

Richards, R. R. (1989) Darwin and the emergence of evolutionary theories of mind and behavior, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

Roff, D. A. (1992) Evolution of life histories: theory and analysis, Dordrecht: Springer

Rolston, H., III (1992) “Disvalues in nature”, The Monist, 75, pp. 250-278.

Sagoff, M. (1984) “Animal liberation and environmental ethics: Bad marriage, quick divorce”, Osgoode Hall Law Journal, 22, pp. 297-307 [referencia: 15 de abril de 2018].

Smith, J. M. (1998 [1989]) Evolutionary genetics, 2nd ed., Oxford: Oxford University Press, p. 10.

Stearns, S. C. (1992) The evolution of life histories, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Tomasik, B. (2014) “The predominance of wild-animal suffering over happiness: An open problem”, Essays on Reducing Suffering [referencia: 3 de diciembre de 2014].

Los animales en la naturaleza pueden ser dañados al igual que los domesticados y que los seres humanos

Bovenkerk, B.; Stafleu, F. Tramper, R.; Vorstenbosch, J. & Brom, F. W. A. (2003) “To act or not to act? Sheltering animals from the wild: A pluralistic account of a conflict between animal and environmental ethics”, Ethics, Place and Environment, 6, pp. 13-26.

Brown, J. (2006) “Comparative endocrinology of domestic and nondomestic felids”, Theriogenology, 66, pp. 25-36.

Callicott, J. B. (1989) In defense of the land ethic: Essays in environmental philosophy, Albany: State University of New York Press.

Clarke, M. & Ng, Y.-K. (2006) “Population dynamics and animal welfare: Issues raised by the culling of kangaroos in puckapunyal”, Social Choice and Welfare, 27, pp. 407-422.

Clement, G. (2003) “The ethic of care and the problem of wild animals”, Between the Species, 13 (3) [accessed on 18 April 2011].

Cowen, T. (2003) “Policing nature”, Environmental Ethics, 25, pp. 169-182.

Darwin, C. (2018 [1860]) “Letter no. 2814”, Darwin Correspondence Project Darwin [referencia: 29 de agosto de 2018].

Dawkins, R. (1995) “God’s utility function”, Scientific American, 273, pp. 80-85.

Hargrove, E. C. (ed.) (1992) The animal rights/environmental ethics debate: The environmental perspective, Albany: State University of New York Press.

Kirkwood, J. K. & Sainsbury, A. W. (1996) “Ethics of interventions for the welfare of free-living wild animals”, Animal Welfare, 5, pp. 235-243.

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

Rolston III, H. (1992) “Disvalues in nature”, The Monist, 75, pp. 250-278.

Tomasik, B. (2009) “The predominance of wild-animal suffering over happiness: An open problem”, Essays on Reducing Suffering [accessed on 3 December 2014].