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Volume 6 (2021)

Rowan, Andrew N; D'Silva, Joyce M; Duncan, Ian J.H.; and Palmer, Nicholas (2021) Animal sentience: history, science, and politics. Animal Sentience 31(1)

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

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

Webster, John Anthony (2022) Sentience and sentient minds. Animal Sentience 31(6)

Kotzmann, Jane (2022) Legal recognition of animal sentience: the case for cautious optimism. Animal Sentience 31(7)

Birch, Jonathan (2022) Sentience and the science-policy interface. Animal Sentience 31(10)

Ristau, Carolyn A. (2022) Revisiting Donald Griffin, founder of cognitive ethology. Animal Sentience 31(11)

Jones, Mark (2022) Why the recognition of sentience is so important for animal welfare. Animal Sentience 31(12)

Hughes, Barry O. (2022) Defining and assessing sentience. Animal Sentience 31(13)

Palmer, Clare and Sandøe, Peter (2022) Wild animal welfare. Animal Sentience 31(14)

Crump, Andrew (2022) Animal sentience science and policy. Animal Sentience 31(15)

Krishna, Nanditha (2022) Animal sentience in Indian culture: Colonial and post-colonial changes. Animal Sentience 31(16)

Damasio, Antonio (2022) The reality and prevalence of animal sentience. Animal Sentience 31(17)

van Kleef, Gerben A. (2022) Animals may be more reliably emotional than humans. Animal Sentience 31(18)

Lifshin, Uri (2022) Motivated science: What humans gain from denying animal sentience. Animal Sentience 31(19)

Bender, Yana and Bräuer, Juliane (2022) The dissonance between knowing animals are sentient beings yet eating them. Animal Sentience 31(20)