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Fellow Brethren, Slaves and Companions: Human/Non-Human Animals Relations in Transformation
Public lecture 14 September 2017
‘Laughing dogs seldom bite?’
Together with Museum Boerhaave, the Lorentz Center organizes the public lecture ‘Laughing dogs seldom bite?’. Speaker Pim Martens holds the chair 'Sustainable Development' at Maastricht University. He will examine our attitude to emotions in animals and how these emotions affect us.
The lecture (in English) is open to the public and starts at 17:00 in Leiden University’s Old Observatory.
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