1285 words - 5 pagesJustifying AnimalRights
In this society, it is under law for all people have the basic rights under the universal declaration of human rights. As stated, this only benefits humans, where humans rule the world. So where does the rights of animals come from? Many people do not understand animalrights and how we should treat them equally and why. Through animal research and experimentations, humans are getting benefit and gains in the obscene inhumane ways; the poor animals are suffering through pain and distress, even though they have moral status and rights.
A right is a particular way of protecting interests, to say that an interest is protected by a right, is to say thatVIEW DOCUMENT
575 words - 2 pagesAs Doctor Zola-Morgan stated in a speech to animal right activists, "I've seen the impact of the animalrights movement. I believe this is an attack on science of the worst kind. If we allow it to prevail it will take us back to the dark ages." Too much of the public has come to think of medical researchers as "tormenters rather than healers." The good is overlooked and the bad is exploited. Although many people think that animal research is morally wrong, animal research should continue because it is critical to continued progress in human health and alternatives to research animals are not available.Animalrights activists feel that animal research is immoral. They do not seeVIEW DOCUMENT
771 words - 3 pagesA pretty good essay No commentsChris MorraEn-105-03AnimalRightsIn Brigid Brophy's essay, The Rights of Animals, there are some statements that I agree with and some that I don't. Unlike Brigid Brophy, I am not a vegetarian, nor would I ever become one, but I do believe that animals have certain rights.I feel that there is nothing wrong with killing an animal for food. Animals have been killing each other for food in order to survive since dinosaurs roamed the earth. Human beingsVIEW DOCUMENT
867 words - 3 pagesanimal suffering is wrong. 2 sources I will be using for my research are “The Fight for AnimalRights” by Jamie Aronson, an article that presents an argument in favour of animalrights. It also discusses the counter argument – opponents of animalrights argue that animals have less value than humans, and as a result, are undeserving of rights. Also I will be using “Animal Liberation” by Peter Singer. This book shows many aspects; that all animals are equal is the first argument or why the ethical principle on which human equality rests requires us to extend equal consideration to animals too.
The biocentric worldview, which is life centered, focuses on the importance of all living things andVIEW DOCUMENT
1192 words - 5 pages given the same rights as humans, they’re would be no more eating meat everyone would have to become vegetarians and hunting would be banned. Whether or not you’re testing on animals or humans the product, vaccine, whatever it maybe has to be tested in order for it to be released to the public. Animal testing is not this cruel, inhumane produce the media likes to portray, there’s rules and guidelines that have to followed. Although there are biomedical research it still can’t not replace animal testing all together.
About 26 million animals are researched on every year in the US for scientific and commercial testing. Animals are used to develop medical treatments, determine the toxicity ofVIEW DOCUMENT
1220 words - 5 pagesAnimalRights
Ever since The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in
England in 1824 was formed there has been long running debates on the topic of
animalrights. The first societies were formed to protect and maintain human
treatment of work animals, such as cattle, horses and house hold pets. Towards
the end of the 19th century more organizations were formed, this time to protest
the use of animals in scientific experimentation. In today’s society groups
such as People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) have continued these
traditional fights as well as adding new agendas. These new agendas include
hunting and fishing, and dissectionVIEW DOCUMENT
1209 words - 5 pagesAnimalRights
"Isn't man an amazing animal? He kills wildlife--birds, kangaroos, deer,
all kinds of cats, coyotes, groundhogs, mice, foxes and dingoes--by the million
in order to protect his domestic animals and their feed. Then he kills domestic
animals by the billion and eats them. This in turn kills man by the million,
because eating all those animals leads to degenerative--and fatal--health
conditions like heart disease, kidney disease, and cancer. So then man tortures
and kills millions more animals to look for cures for these diseases. Elsewhere,
millions of other human beings are being killed by hunger and malnutrition
because food they could eatVIEW DOCUMENT
596 words - 2 pagesAnimalRights
The 20th century has had more medical breakthroughs than any other hundred years in history. But there is a price. No significant discovery in this time has occurred without the use of animals in biological research experiments. Heart surgery, polio, osteoporosis, diabetes, AIDS, and cancer have all had significant breakthroughs thanks to these experiments(McCarty 15).
The use of animals in today’s world is highly controversial. Our society eats animals and their products, wears them, uses them for entertainment, and kills some species, such as rats and mice for being a nuisance. In a society which uses animals in all these different ways, it is ethical to useVIEW DOCUMENT
1181 words - 5 pages>planet with animals.One of the main issues being disputed today with animalright, is SUPERIORITY. Over 7 Billion animals die at thehands of humans, in the US, every year. Out of those 7Billion animals, about 95% of them are killed for uses asfood. Advocates for animalrights justify their research bypresenting the obvious differences that exist between humansand animals. These include size, status, strength, and ability.Sometimes, one who is against animalrights will take theattitude that "God gave them [animals] to us to use." Whatthese researchers fail to recognize is PAIN. All creatures arecapable of feelingVIEW DOCUMENT
991 words - 4 pages to protect innocent country folk from terrorism, drug trafficking, and infectious products, groups such as PETA are trying to protect the innocent animals who are merely trying to survive in a hectic and sometimes cruel world that human's seem to believe they run. Without help from these organized groups (custom or animalrights groups) the outcome of the acts performed by any individual could weigh heavenly on everyone. Supporting PETA and other animalrights
organizations to help stop cruelty to animals in laboratories fur trade, and entertainment will improve the quality of life for, and saves the lives of, thousands of innocent animals.
Seventy million animals are maimed, blindedVIEW DOCUMENT
845 words - 3 pages Animals have been used in medical research for centuries. In a recent count, it was determined that 8,815 animals were being used for research at MSU, 8,503 of them rodents - rats, mice, hamsters and gerbils. There were 18 dogs, three cats and a variety of goats, ferrets, pigeons and rabbits. The struggle against this tyranny is a struggle as important as any of the moral and social issues that have been fought over in recent years." Animalrights are an emotional issue-second only, perhaps, to the bitter abortion debate." For decades the value of animal research has been grossly overrated.
Although researchers have depended on animal test data to achieve medical advancesVIEW DOCUMENT
746 words - 3 pagesMany people feel that animals have no rights and are here solely for our use. Humans are animals too, we shouldn't take advantage of other animals just because they can't reason like us.Animals are used in medical research labs as experiments. These experiments are meant only to benefit humans. I'm not totally against testing,some good can come of it. But when are torturedand abused in the process then there is something wrong with it. For example in the early 1980's baboons were involved in experiments to find out more about comas. There was no care given to whether or not the animal would be hurt by this procedure. They just strapped the baboon to a metal device, whichVIEW DOCUMENT
2443 words - 10 pages various ways in which human beings coexist with other animals, explore their rights and establish how these rights are being applied in the current world situation.
Animalrights can be defined as the need for non-human animals to be treated in a fair manner that all human beings are accorded by their customs and law. It further states that these non-human animals should be granted the ability to own their lives and offered the same treatment that any normal human being is given. This is however not the case that is observed all over the world as the non-human animals are made to serve the interests of their human counterparts. Human beings serve their own agendas and thus frustrate theVIEW DOCUMENT
1379 words - 6 pages inhibits progression.
There is much disagreement as to whether non-human animals have rights, and what is meant by animalrights. There is less disagreement though when it comes to agreeing on the overall thoughts humanity has of allowing animals to have rights. This view in which humans have for animals more than likely stems from the Bible. The idea was established through St Augustine’s teachings, "by a most just ordinance of the Creator, both their [animals'] life and their death are subject to our use." St Thomas Aquinas taught that the universe was constructed as a hierarchy in which beings at a lower level were there to serve those above them. Human beings we’re above animals in thisVIEW DOCUMENT
764 words - 3 pagesAnimalrights is a very fragile topic. Opposing sides have strong reasonsto stand for either of their believes, leading to many ethical questions.One of the major questions is who is right and who is wrong? There is noone right answer, but instead million of them based upon our own individualopinion, and the opinions are formed on how we feel about the facts. Animalresearch, test, and use has taken humanity a long way, with its advances inmedicine and as a major source of food, but it is not morally correct toabuse, test, use, and ultimately kill the animals unnecessarily, especiallyfor our comforts, luxuries, and greed.ManyVIEW DOCUMENT
1173 words - 5 pages obligation to treat animals.
One of the greatest arguments against non human animals having rights is that they cannot speak for themselves, they cannot think and they are less human and so they can be created as such. There are flaws on this argument. Humans have an obligation to the society in a certain manor and this determines how they behave. From a young age, people are taught how to behave and act in a certain way and animal neglect and cruelty goes against the basic principles we are taught as children. Secondly, In addition, opponents argue that rights only belong to moral agents and that animals like moral urgency. This is absurd because some animals for example primates actuallyVIEW DOCUMENT
1863 words - 7 pagesArgument for AnimalRights
The argument for animalrights assumes that animals posses their own
lives and deserve to be assigned rights in order to protect their
wellbeing. This view insists that animals are not merely goods
utilised only to benefit mankind and they should be allowed to choose
how they want to live their lives, free from the constraints of man.
But if animals are given absolute rights, then surely they shouldn’t
be allowed to kill each other, as this would be a violation of these
rights. Should murderous animals be administered prison sentences or
One method of preventing animals killing each other wouldVIEW DOCUMENT
2045 words - 8 pagesOver the past fifteen years a powerfully charged drama has
unfolded in New York's Broadway venues and spread to the opera houses
and ballet productions of major cities across the country. Its
characters include angry college students, aging rock stars,
flamboyant B-movie queens, society matrons, and sophisticated fashion
designers. You can't buy tickets for this production, but you might
catch a glimpse of it while driving in Bethesda on particular Saturday
afternoons. If you're lucky, Compassion Over Killing (COK), an animalrights civil disobedience group, will be picketing Miller's Furs,
their enemy in the fight against fur. These impassioned activists see
the furVIEW DOCUMENT
1935 words - 8 pagesPETA: AnimalRights
Doesn’t it kill you to see a movie and see an animal get killed or just hurt in it? Good thing that’s all special effects. Back in the day, around 1966, movies didn’t always use special effects. Khartoum, a movie based on a holy war in the Sudan desert, directed by Basil Dearden and Eliot Elisofon, used horses a great deal, but did not use the special effects in order to not hurt the animals. Many horses died in the making of this movie, as well as others, even including a major hit, Ben-Hur. Today, there are many activist groups that fight for and about the unfair treatment and protection for animals in everyday life. The People for Ethical Treatment of AnimalsVIEW DOCUMENT
2022 words - 8 pagesAnimalRightsAnimalrights is a topic that has been debated for an extremely long time. Many argue for and against it without having any grounds to why they feel either way. The majority does not even know what animalrights entails and therefore a valid argument cannot be made. By exploring what animalrights really means, arguments for and against them can arise; thus allowing the moral implications behind each argument to be seen.Defining animalrights depends seriously on how one views the issue as a whole. Lewis Vaughn writes:"The traditional attitude towardVIEW DOCUMENT
1237 words - 5 pagesIn regards to animals, the issue of rights and whether they exist becomes a touchy subject. In the essay, “Nonhuman AnimalRights: Sorely Neglected,” author Tom Regan asserts that animals have rights based upon inherent value of experiencing subjects of a life. Regan’s argument will first be expressed, later explained, and evaluated in further detail. Lastly, that fact that Regan thinks rights are harbored under the circumstance of being an experiencing subject of a life will also be discussed in terms of the incapacitated, etc.
Regan positively argues that both human and nonhuman individuals are experiencing subjects of a life. Experiencing subjects of a life have an inherent value, whichVIEW DOCUMENT
1325 words - 5 pagesI IntroductionII Animal IntelligienceA. Ameslan1. Washoe2. LucyB. Yerkish1. Lana2. Trainer incidentIII Animal activists groupsA. PETA1. Formed when and by whom2. PurposeB. ALF1. Formed when and by whom2. PurposeC. PPF1. Formed when and by whom2. PurposeOutlineIV Pros and cons of animalrightsA. Positive effectsB. Negative effectsV. Conclusion'Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; The Declaration of Independence holds these rights to be self evident and unalienable. In the eighteenth century when these words were writtenVIEW DOCUMENT
1280 words - 5 pagesI IntroductionII Animal IntelligienceA. Ameslan1. Washoe2. LucyB. Yerkish1. Lana2. Trainer incidentIII Animal activists groupsA. PETA1. Formed when and by whom2. PurposeB. ALF1. Formed when and by whom2. PurposeC. PPF1. Formed when and by whom2. PurposeOutlineIV Pros and cons of animalrightsA. Positive effectsB. Negative effectsV. Conclusion'Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; The Declaration of Independence holds these rights to be self evident and unalienable. In the eighteenth century when these words were writtenVIEW DOCUMENT
1851 words - 7 pages the nation have pledged to recognize this declaration, still many people throughout the world do not receive these basic human rights (James 5). Therefore, my question is then hence if human rights are difficult to enforce, what hope is there for animals? What rights should animals have? This paper will be showing two different worldviews - the dominant and the biocentric worldviews with respect to animalrights. It will explore the moral and ethical issues raised by human superiority over animals. I will argue for the biocentric worldview, in favour of animalrights as I will focus on two main ideas: equality and suffering.
This paragraph will be showing the dominant worldview towardVIEW DOCUMENT
1091 words - 4 pages animals that exists today, there is a heated debate in society over what, if any, rights animals are entitled to. The animalrights debate is an important one for human civilization, since its outcome will determine whether we can ethically continue such practices as eating animal meat or byproducts, keeping animals as pets, and using them in our scientific experiments. To examine arguments in favor of giving animals the same rights as humans, I'm looking at the site "animal-rights.com".
The animal-rights.com site explains its position by presenting a series of frequently asked questions and their corresponding answers. One relevant question asks what the definition of a "right" is and whatVIEW DOCUMENT
860 words - 3 pagesToday, many scientists and philosophers are concerned with animalrights advocates beliefs that all animals, including ones used for laboratory testing and experimentation, deserve legal protection.The Wilmington Morning Star, First, Animals Arent People, Adrian Morrison, D.V.M., Ph.D wrote an article dated August 2, 2002. In this article, Dr. Morrison states his concerns with the proponents of animals rights belief that animals have rights due to the following facts: (1) certain animals share qualities ofVIEW DOCUMENT
2077 words - 8 pages that it is benefitting the health of society, and all experimentation on animals allow scientists new research and provide information for the betterment of mankind. All of those against animal testing argue that inflicting pain on a living creature when alternative methods are available is cruel. Putting a halt on all forms of animal testing is next to impossible. If animal testing started as a means to protect living creatures from being harmed, then how is the solution part of that very problem? Humans have laws to protect them from being blinded by mascara, yet animals do not deserve the right to live an abuse and pain-free life? Giving animals basic rights is by far the best solutionVIEW DOCUMENT
2852 words - 11 pagesEthics 400Ethical Treatment of AnimalsThe issue of animalrights is very complex. When referring to the ethical treatment of animals, it seems as though everyone has an opinion. Some people are "meat eaters" and consume meat at nearly every meal. They may argue that this is survival and is justified; they would further argue that animals are not humans and were put on this earth for the benefit of man. Many also believe that it is necessary to use animals in medical research. They believe that testing various substances on animals may lead to finding new medical solutions, medicines, andVIEW DOCUMENT
1379 words - 6 pages part of the meal, and to cook a healthy as well as a tasty Thanksgiving. She did not accept my offer, but seemed to be swayed by my earnestness and my willingness to compromise, in a desire to affirm our relationship.
Using the Internet was also helpful to show my grandmother the many different recipes that existed on different vegetarian and vegan blogs for Thanksgiving. This was a psychologically helpful strategy to normalize my eating habits. My grandmother could see that there were many vegetarians in the world, and that all of them were committed to happiness and health, as well as animalrights. Our negotiation was a mutual gain: both of us gained a more pleasant Thanksgiving, and IVIEW DOCUMENT
743 words - 3 pagesAnimalRights - Cause for Vegetarianism
The choice of eating meat or not has been a debated issue for a continued number of years. There have long since been two sides: the proponents and opponents of meat consumption. More and more debates of its value and effect on the world have risen. Many claim it is wrong, while others think of it as a needed pleasure.
Today, a greater percentage of the population eats meat. Only a few individuals seek the alternative route. Yet, there has been a steady rise in the number of vegetarians.
Many may already know that religions all over the world have advocated a meat-free diet. While a few are lenient, the majority is steady. The reason a vegetarianVIEW DOCUMENT
1139 words - 5 pages For the past 20 years, there has a been an on going heated debate on whether experiments on animals for the benefit of medical and scientific research is ethical. Whether it is or isn't, most people believe that some form of cost-benefit test should be performed to determine if the action is right. The costs include: animal pain, distress and death where the benefits include the collection of new knowledge or the development of new medical therapies for humans. Looking into these different aspects of the experimentation, there is a large gap for argument between the different scientists' views. In the next few paragraphs, both sides of the argument will be expressed by the supporters.
2191 words - 9 pages One of the most touchy aspects of our relationship with animals is the use of animals in laboratory sciences. Some manufactures of cosmetics and household products still conduct painful and useless tests on live animals, even though no law requires them to do so. Some people, called anti-vivisectionists, are at one extreme in their concern. They want an abolition of all experiments on live animals. At the other extreme there are those who say that it is quite all right for us to do whatever we like to animals. They say that God gave us such a right, since it is written in the bible (Genesis 1:26) that man has dominion over all creatures. If what is done to the animal may produce somethingVIEW DOCUMENT
856 words - 3 pagesAnimal Testing: Right or wrong?
A topic that has always been close to many people hearts is the one of animal testing. Some believe that it is right completely, some that it is right but only under certain circumstances and others that believe that all animal testing is wrong and will go to extraordinary lengths to stop it. There are many organisations that are against animal testing and that arrange protest marches and demonstrations against it. This is an important issue as there are so many different views and arguments for and against animal testing, and as these are animals lives at stake here.
For centuries, animals have been used in medical research. Since 1875, animalVIEW DOCUMENT
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When I turn 14 I plan to apply to volunteer with the Nassau Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA). They have a program for kids who are interested in careers in the field of law enforcement. The programs are based on five areas: career opportunities, life skills, citizenship, character education, and leadership experience. I really hope that I can get into this program because it will give me a good idea what the job is all about. Even though the SPCA is different from the American Society for theVIEW DOCUMENT
977 words - 4 pagesAs of today PETA is one group that is helping animals in barbaric situation like that of professional research laboratories. In these laboratories, the staff treats animals inhumanly where chemicals are poured onto the animal causing burns and sores. According to answers.com, animalrights are the rights to humane treatment claimed on behalf of animals, especially the right not to be exploited for human purposes. This movement in America traces its roots to the settlers. According to the US History Encyclopedia in 1641, Body of Liberties laws, Massachusetts Bay Colony Puritans came up with the first animal protection laws when they included two provisions prohibiting cruelty to animalsVIEW DOCUMENT
1331 words - 5 pagesShould animals and humans have the same rights? Or, the same penalty for their abuse? Have you just sat back and wondered how we got where we are today? Should animals be lower than humans or the same?
With the advancing of new technology, medications and medical advancements haven’t we gained this knowledge by animal testing/ animal cruelty? Do we, as humans, think animal testing/ animal cruelty and domestic violence all have similarities and should all of them have the same fines?
Many people dating back for centuries, struggled over these same questions that we still struggle over today. What many people don’t know is that these type of abuses still exist in the world and will getVIEW DOCUMENT
1890 words - 8 pages declaration, still many people throughout the world do not receive these basic human rights (James 5). Therefore, my question is then hence if human rights are difficult to enforce, what hope is there for animals? What rights should animals have?
This paper will be showing two different worldviews - the dominant and the biocentric worldviews with respect to animalrights. It will explore the moral and ethical issues raised by human superiority over animals. I will argue for the biocentric worldview, in favour of animalrights as I will focus on two main ideas: equality and suffering.
This paragraph will be showing the dominant worldview toward animalrights. There are many philosophersVIEW DOCUMENT
503 words - 2 pagesAnimalRights, Human Wrongs vs. The Damned Human Race
“AnimalRights, Human Wrongs” by Tom Regan and “The Damned Human Race”
by Mark Twain are more similar than different. Both of the authors are
informing the readers about the mentality of some human beings in
regard to animals. One of the authors, Tom Regan provides several
examples of the tactics man uses to harm animals. Mark Twain’s method
compares so called lower animal to the human being. In both stories,
the way that man treats animals is injustice.
Tom Regan tells how human beings have developed a more advance
technology that will kill a whale in the matter of minutes. When the
whale is captured, he fights and struggles with theVIEW DOCUMENT
2433 words - 10 pages genocide that exists this very instance. Gandhi once wrote, "The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the ways its animals are treated"(Why Vegan? 1) Gandhi brings up a good point because the issue of AnimalRights is in fact an issue of one's moral code. To define the morality and ethics, this paper will refer to Ayn Rand's definition taken from the book, The Virtue of Selfishness. Rand describes itthis way, "It is a code of values to guide a man's choices and actions that determine the purpose of his life" (Rand 13). Can the common animal lover really love animals that much and is it in their moral code to protect the living? Maybe they would if they were presented withVIEW DOCUMENT
1014 words - 4 pages us have the inherent desire to go forward in life and excel to greater things, animals instead seem content with only doing what they know and have relied on their entire life just as ones that existed before them have done. With this being said one must look into whether or not humans are superior and deserve more as far as rights are concerned solely on the premises of their own self propelled thoughts.Peter Singer writes that, by some, sexual discrimination is the last known form of discrimination that should be recognized by people. While I agree that animals do deserve rights that entail being treated fairlyVIEW DOCUMENT
1341 words - 5 pagesThere is a fine line between working toward a cause effectively and overdoing it. Animalrights activists cross this line time and time again with their outrageous protests attempting to abolish the use of animals in scientific experiments. They don't understand that it is crucial for scientists to carry out these experiments in order for our society to continue improving health wise.We live longer and healthier lives due to the testing of animals. They have allowed for enormous advances in treating and preventing disease and illness. We are now able to eliminate diseases that were once fatal and are able to repair incurable conditions. These advances have also ensured that theVIEW DOCUMENT
710 words - 3 pagesThere is a fine line between working toward a cause effectively and overdoing it. Animalrights activists cross this line time and time again with their outrageous protests attempting to abolish the use of animals in scientific experiments. They don't understand that it is crucial for scientists to carry out these experiments in order for our society to continue improving health wise.We live longer and healthier lives due to the testing of animals. They have allowed for enormous advances in treating and preventing disease and illness. We are now able to eliminate diseases that were once fatal and are able to repair incurable conditions. These advances have also ensured that theVIEW DOCUMENT
707 words - 3 pagesSummary of "The Case for AnimalRights" In "The Case for AnimalRights," Tom Regan writes about his beliefs regarding animalrights. Regan states the animalrights movement is committed to a number of goals, including: "the total abolition of the use of animals in science; the total dissolution of commercial animal agriculture; and the total elimination of commercial and sport hunting and trapping. Regan goes on and tells us the "fundamental wrong is the system that allows us to viewVIEW DOCUMENT
901 words - 4 pagesIn his article 'Our Fellow Creatures', Andy Carloff fights for animals' rights. The issue of animal injustice is real and fighting for animalrights is a current interest. Carloff is right in stating that people should start treating animals humanely, but the arguments he employs in his discussion are controversial and scarce.In his article Carloff aims to convince the reader that animals should be granted rights. He starts by stating how animals are being made to suffer for human interest. Then he states that since all humans- no matter what race, gender or creed- have equal rights, our fellowVIEW DOCUMENT
1860 words - 7 pagesRespect for All Natural Living Beings:
An argument to Acknowledge All animalRights in Society
Throughout history, societies have been faced with many social issues affecting their citizens. Martin Luther King Jr, a civil rights leader for African Americans, was an advocate for the Civil Rights Movement, a movement that fought to undo the injustices African Americans endure by American society in the 1960s. Martin expressed his disgust with the social inequality among citizens when saying “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” (PETA). Taking the prominent leader’s words into consideration, we should progress as a society by participating in the animalrights movementVIEW DOCUMENT
772 words - 3 pagesAnimalrights have been a heated issue for decades, argued by such philosophers as Tom Regan. Regan believes that any practice in which an "experiencing subject of a life" is used as a resource is unethical, not because of emotion, but because of reason. In this paper, I will provide a short reconstruction and evaluation of Regan's argument for animalrights.Tom Regan is a firm believer and strong supporter of animalrights. This includes the elimination of research experiments using animals, factory farming, and hunting or trapping. He is not just an animalrights' advocate some of time - ratherVIEW DOCUMENT
1437 words - 6 pagesThe subject of animal testing for human advantages has always been a debatable topic. It is still undecided whether the use of animals for human benefits is morally right. On the other hand it is scientists and researchers who think that animals are good testing subjects because of various reasons such as preventing harmful products or finding cures to diseases. The two essays “AnimalRights, Human Wrongs” by Tom Regan and “Proud to be Speciesist” by Stephen Rose talk about the concerns of animalrights but display the opposite viewpoints on the use of animals. Regan's argument has a more broad concept to the matter while Rose takes a deeper dive into exacts with an opinionated personalVIEW DOCUMENT
580 words - 2 pages often not necessary. "There are whole countries that don't use healthy animals to train veterinarians or teach surgical techniques," said Liska O'Connor in her book, "Save Them, don't Abuse them". In England they only use sick or injured animals and do a lot of work on animal cadavers. Humans can speak and give their concent, monkeys and dogs can't. Many people have said they are willing to try out new drugs, but somehow researchers prefer monkeys."If you are preaching reverence for life, you are preaching reverence for life, period. And violence is the opposite of reverence for life", said Liska O'Connor in the same book.Most of what we do to animals we would not do to people. This is only because humans have rights, the same rights we keep taking away from animals. Because it's cruel and inhumane, it's not always accurate, and often unnecessary, you can see why animal research should not be allowed.VIEW DOCUMENT
871 words - 3 pagesAnimalRightsDo animals deserve to have the same rights as humans? Over the past few years activist groups such as PETA have been trying to prove that they do. I feel that animals do not have the same rights as people and should continue to be used in experimentation and product testing. The following sources will be used to proof my point and counter the opposition's arguments.The First source I found was the online BrainyEncyclopedia website. This is a neutral resource because it is a site where a number of legal issues, including animalrights, can be researched. On the main page links to animalrights groups can be found and the rights of animals in the eyes of the lawVIEW DOCUMENT
1039 words - 4 pages Cosmetic and drug companies should stop animal testing.
By animal testing, the companies not only violate the animals' rights (which is breaking the law), but their testing methods are hazardous which endanger the animal's life. Finally, the companies should stop animal testing because each year we lose hundreds of thousands of animals and could make a difference by stopping this cruelty. Stop the animal testing, and save a life.
To start with, cosmetic and drug companies should stop animal testing their products. By animal testing, they not only violate the animals' rights- they are breaking the law. Animals cannot speak for themselves so when they are unwillingly testedVIEW DOCUMENT