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Volume 1 (2016)
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Volume 2 (2017)
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Volume 3 (2018)
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Volume 4 (2019)
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Volume 5 (2020)
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Volume 6 (2021)
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Volume 7 (2022)

Schrynemakers, Sabina (2022) Free will and animal suicide. Animal Sentience 20(21)
Commentary on Animal Suicide

Gough, Joe (2022) Defending human difference by raising the bar. Animal Sentience 23(54)
Commentary on Human Difference

Bekoff, Marc (2022) Time to stop pretending we don’t know other animals are sentient beings. Animal Sentience 31(2)
Commentary on Sentience Politics

Reber, Arthur S; Baluska, Frantisek; and Miller, William B, Jr. (2022) All living organisms are sentient. Animal Sentience 31(3)
Commentary on Sentience Politics

Brown, Culum (2022) Sentience politics : a fishy perspective. Animal Sentience 31(4)
Commentary on Sentience Politics

Crump, Andrew; Browning, Heather; Schnell, Alex; Burn, Charlotte; and Birch, Jonathan (2022) Sentience in decapod crustaceans: A general framework and review of the evidence. Animal Sentience 32(1)