- Performer Charles W. King
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In Animal Rights, Human Wrongs Regan presents the philosophical underpinnings of human rights, then strives to prove that rights should logically be granted to some nonhuman creatures as well. He examines contractualism, utilitarianism, and views of direct and indirect duties, anticipating―and answering―a number of objections. Keeping philosophical argumentation to a minimum, Regan describes animal exploitation and the path to animal advocacy. Empty Cages appeals to the heart. Animal Rights, Human Wrongs appeals to the head, and will be a useful addition to large philosophy or animal rights collections. Regan's newest book, Animal Rights, Human Wrongs: An Introduction to Moral Philosophy, is a fine example of what makes Tom Regan famous for his work in animal rights.
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In Animal Rights, Human Wrongs prominent activist and philosopher Tom Regan skillfully puts forth the argument for animal rights through the exploration of two questions central to moral theory: What makes an act right? What makes an act wrong? Taking into consideration moral theories such as contractarianism, utilitarianism, and Kantian ethics, Regan provides the theoretical.
Animal and human rights boil down to one fundamental right: the right to be treated with respect as an individual with inherent value. Philosophers have a traditional way of expressing this: Animals with rights must be treated as ends in themselves; they should not be treated by others as means to achieve their ends.
Animal Rights, Animal Wrongs: The Case for Nonhuman Personhood Steven M. Wise STEVEN M. WISE is President of the Nonhuman Rights Project. He has practiced animal protection law for 30 years throughout the United States. He is the author of four books, including Rattling the Cage: Toward Legal Rights for Animals (2000) and Drawing the Line: Science and the Case for Animal Rights (2003). Our goal is to have these and other autonomous12 and self-determining animals declared to be legal persons, at least when it comes to unlawful detention. The roots of the animal rights movement do not lie in the anticruelty legislation of the nineteenth century; they reach deeper into the worldwide antislavery movements 70that began in the eighteenth century and flowered into the broad international human rights movement of the twentieth century.
Animal Rights and Wrongs. Nov 4th, 1998 2 min read. This is not love for animals; it is callousness toward human suffering. Those who think the animal-rights crowd is composed of harmless vegetarian teenagers ranting about fur coats need to think again. These are serious people with a serious-if scary-belief system. For example, animal-rights advocate Dr. Jerry Vlasak, writing about a man whose 5-year-old boy had open-heart surgery, says the boy's life is "no more or less important than any other animal's life, no matter how much emotions tell him otherwise.
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