- n a biologist who cuts open live animals for research
- He was an anti-Prohibitionist, vivisectionist, author of numerous medical books.
News & Articles
- Anti-Vivisection: Then and Now
Anti-vivisectionists have probably been around about as long as vivisection has been. But both really gained traction in the mid-1800s. Claude Bernard and his colleagues were on one side while Bernard’s wife and daughters, along with many others, were on the other. The controversy centered on ethics and compassion but some started criticizing vivisection on scientific grounds. All in all, most ...
Aug. 13, 2013 - Opposing Views
- Manohla Dargis in Memphis Commercial Appeal (blog)
After years of vivisectionist splatter, here is a horror movie with real shivers,wrote Manohla Dargis in the New York Times, while Roger Ebert credited the film with being a first introduction for some young viewers "to the Hitchcockian...