The Rights Of Humans And Other Animals Analysis

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Do animals have as many rights as humans? When it comes to us humans we fight for our rights. Whether it is equal rights for races, similar to “Black Lives Matter”. Or how women have fought for their right to vote. Having the right to own guns and use them for defense. Even having the right of speaking our minds when something seems wrong or isn’t right. But when it comes to animals they don’t have the voice to speak against someone/thing. That is why there have been organizations and groups to fight for their rights and to take care of them. In the article The Rights of Humans and Other Animals was a good way to depict moral judgement 's and rights between humans and animals. The little introduction paragraph was a great way to portray the topic and the issue. It talks about humans moral rights, animals have those rights too but those may be more specific to scientific studying and/ or testing. ( Tom Regan- little intro) In this it talks about how moral judgement 's need to be defended, justified, and validated. (Tom Regan- pg 104, paragraph 4, sentence 5) In which makes sense, but moral judgments more have to …show more content…
When reading the difference between these two it was interesting to know the difference. (pg 107, paragraph 20) When reading paragraph 20 it was interesting to see that welfarists are more like PETA, while maybe smaller organizations solely focus on the little stuff like the rights of them always being fed.. “Although animal welfarists can have reformist aspirations, animal rightists are necessarily abolitionists.” (pg 107, paragraph 23, sentence 2) Under Animal Rights, page 109 it talks about the difference of human rights and animal rights by asking, “ Are any nonhuman animals rational and autonomous?” Then it goes on to say if primates or mammals are. But then in paragraph 33 in the last two sentences, it does say that animals too have rights just like

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