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– Reception
– Review in socialist magazine “The New Age” described book as uneven and sentimental
– “The Westminster Review” highlighted shortness of book and praised central thesis
– C. M. Knight in 1931 positively reviewed the book for its thought-stimulating nature
– Book dedicated to Tess, published in 1907 by Ernest Bell in London
– Revised edition released in 1909 by Samuel A. Bloch in Chicago

– Editions
– “The New Ethics” was published by Ernest Bell in London in 1907
– A revised edition was released by Samuel A. Bloch in Chicago in 1909
– The book was dedicated to Tess, the pet name for Moore’s wife, Jennie
– Moore and his wife were admirers of the character Tess from Thomas Hardy’s “Tess of the D’Urbervilles”

– References
– “The New Ethics” reviews in “The New Age” and “The Westminster Review”
– Positive review by C. M. Knight in 1931
– Reference to Moore’s book in “The Animal Year-Book” edited by Knight and Hume
– Book mentioned in “International Journal of Ethics” in 1909
– Obituary of J. Howard Moore in the “Cawker City Public Record” in 1916

– Further reading
– Various authors and publications related to ethics and vegetarianism
– Works by authors like Carol J. Adams, Steven M. Wise, and Henry Stephens Salt
– Publications like “Do Animals Have Rights?” and “Why I Am a Vegetarian”
– Authors advocating for vegetarianism and animal rights
– Cookbooks and authors promoting vegetarianism and ethical eating

– Content summary
– Moore’s exploration of new ethics based on Darwin’s theory of evolution
– Critique of human treatment of animals and the environment
– Advocacy for a vegetarian diet and ethical clothing choices
– Criticism of common objections to the new ethics
– Vision for a future celestial civilization based on justice and brotherhood

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