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One right for all: We treat animals how we used to treat human slaves; what possible justification is there for that?

New Scientist, no.2520 p.24, 08/10/2005


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Resource IDfrancione20052
Resource titleOne right for all: We treat animals how we used to treat human slaves; what possible justification is there for that?
Author(s)Gary Francione
Publication/ sourceNew Scientist, no.2520 p.24
Date published08/10/2005
Summary text/ abstractDo animals have moral rights? What kind of legal status should we afford them? This debate has become hugely confused. Some animal rights campaigners maintain that we should allow animals the same rights enjoyed by humans. That is, of course, absurd. There are many human rights that simply have no application to non-humans. I would like to propose something a little different: that a sensible and coherent theory of animal rights should focus on just one right for animals. That is the right not to be treated as the property of humans.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Food & Agriculture
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