Integrating Evolution into the Study of Animal Sentience

Animal Sentience 32 (30):1-4 (2022)
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Like many others, I see Crump et al. (2022) as a milestone for improving upon previous guidelines and for extending their framework to decapod crustaceans. Their proposal would benefit from a firm evolutionary foundation by adding the comparative measurement of life-history complexity as a ninth criterion for attributing sentience to nonhuman animals



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Walter Veit
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