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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

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Common Sense Anti-Vivisection Summary Argument

Vivisection is unethical. It is a perversion of altruism. The deliberate premeditated torture of innocent beings in ways that would not be done to the most despised criminals in history and calling it an act of compassion. Like evicting a … Continue reading

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Mark Twain on the Inferiority of Humans to other Animals, and Its Importance in the Animal Rights Argument

“I have been studying the traits and dispositions of the lower animals (so-called), and contrasting them with the traits and dispositions of man.  I find the result humiliating to me.  For it obliges me to renounce my allegiance to the … Continue reading

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The Common Sense Anti-Vivisection Argument

         The best argument against vivisection is grounded in common sense and is as irrefutable as basic mathematics.            Unfortunately,  the popular argument against (nonhuman) animal research  is often an emotional appeal using images of cruelty and/or relies heavily on … Continue reading

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