- Psycho Morality: How Vivisector Ringach Defends Experiments on Slaves, Prisoners, and African Villagers (but may be too stupid to know it).
- The Supremacy Myth Animal Rights Argument
- Human Exceptionalism-Another Fool Term for Human Supremacy with the Same Flaws
- The Wrong in Animal Rights
- Another Easy To Understand Animal Rights Summary
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Psycho Morality: How Vivisector Ringach Defends Experiments on Slaves, Prisoners, and African Villagers (but may be too stupid to know it).
Listening to the incoherent ramblings of a career vivisector may not be as nauseating as observing and reading about the atrocities they commit on innocent lives, but it is offensive all the same. Vivisectors often fit the profile for anti-social … Continue reading
Human Exceptionalism is the latest term to buzz around to describe the phenomenon of human supremacy. It is a clever term I would say, as it doesn’t have the bigot aura that supremacist carries. But in essence it means the … Continue reading
All too often, animal rights advocates use the talking points dictated by the opponents of animal rights as their foundation, and not ones of their own choosing. Letting the opposition lead the discussion is a defensive posture and … Continue reading
The No Kill Shelter Debate: Nathan Winograd Hates Peta So Much He Loves Vivisectors and the Meat Industry
Among the conflicts between animal rights and animal welfare is the issue of euthanasia. Nonhuman animals are killed by the millions in shelters every year. Although this is called mercy killing in some cases, or a necessary evil, the means … Continue reading
It is customary of advocates favoring equal consideration for nonhuman animals to make reference to human-centered examples of exploitation such as the African slave trade and to equate hostile attitudes towards nonhuman animals with racial discrimination. The idea is to … Continue reading
If you believe one should be ethical and compassionate to others then you have to extend this view as far as possible. If you don’t, then others can decide to pick and choose who deserves moral regard—which may conflict with … Continue reading