Wild Justice: The Moral Lives of Animals
I have to admit that this book is completely different. I respect and appreciate the book for it’s scientific subject and ethical and moral value. I found this book quite distinct from the intellectual, historical and literary books in general. The book taught me that all animals deserve respect, care, compassion and appreciation and how we all should be responsible toward animals.
In this book, Marc Bekoff and Jessica Pierce deliver the moral behaviors of animals and the book focuses the perceptions of animals, their behaviors, and even their emotions. Some of the scientific studies in this book contributes to refute and demolish the faulty hypothesis that entrenched in our minds for many years such as animals are less important than humans and that belief came from the idea that animals don’t have the ability to think. Bekoff and Pierce provide indisputable evidence and arguments that some of the actions of animals should be classified as moral and animals do think and do have morality. Also, the book is against the prevailing idea that animals like to dominate and compete with each other. In addition, this book shows the importance of having balance between nature life and justice in the animal world.
Arab readers who are interested in the world of animals and their lives and their actions and behaviors will accept a lot of the credibility of this book beside that they would prefer the scientific studies especially the studies that done by names such as John, Edward, Michael Suzan, or William to studies that done by Fatemah, Ashraf, Ahmed, or AbdulAziz.