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  • Animal Rights

    Animal Rights

    The purpose of a revolution, as history has shown, is to fight some sort of political or social injustice suffered by a group of the general public. Typically a minority of the population, in search of a better lifestyle fights back against the oppression they have been forced to endure. History is full of countless examples of this. Two such notable revolutions are the French and Russian movements, though they occurred at completely different time

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    Submitted: November 17, 2009 By: Fatih
  • Animal Rights

    Animal Rights

    Animal Rights Humans and animals have coexisted relatively peacefully for thousands of years. As time has progressed, the guidelines by which humans and animals live by allows each species to coexist with each other. Yet, there are still disputes as to how certain groups of animals are to be treated and handled by humans. These disputes bring about discussion and debate of both animal and human rights. To make things even more complicated, animals must

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    Submitted: November 21, 2009 By: Max
  • Thoughts on Animal Rights by Tom Regan

    Thoughts on Animal Rights by Tom Regan

    I regard myself as an advocate of animal rights -- as a part of the animal rights movement. That movement, as I conceive it, 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; the total elimination of commercial and sport hunting and trapping. There are, I know, people who profess to believe in animal rights but do not avow

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    Submitted: December 1, 2009 By: Fatih
  • Animal Rights Speech

    Animal Rights Speech

    Our case is that if we don't test on animals then progress in scientific fields would be halted. As first speaker for the negative I will speak about the benefits of animal testing in general and then I'll talk in detail about animal testing in medicine. My second speaker will talk about the opinions on testing and the food chain and my third speaker will summarise our points and rebut. Safety tests are conducted on

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    Essay Length: 393 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: December 7, 2009 By: Jessica
  • Animal Rights - Cause for Vegetariansim

    Animal Rights - Cause for Vegetariansim

    Animal Rights - 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.

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    Submitted: December 13, 2009 By: Fonta
  • Animal Rights

    Animal Rights

    Animal Rights “What is man without the beast? If the beast were gone, man would die from a great loneliness of spirit. For whatever happens to the beast soon happens to man” (Chief Seattle). While much has been done to protect animals, it is nowhere near what needs to be done to secure their inhabitance on earth and give them their rights. Animals have nerves so they can feel pain and they do suffer so

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    Submitted: December 18, 2009 By: Top
  • Animal Welfare Vs. Animal Rights

    Animal Welfare Vs. Animal Rights

    In the Agricultural World one of the most controversial issues right now is that between Animal Welfare and Animal Rights. Animal Rights activists are arguing that people are no more superior than animals are and Animal Welfare activists are resorting to the government to see that animals are being taken care of properly. Me personally, I’m for Animal Welfare because without the use of animals our global economy would soon fall. Our animal industry

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    Submitted: December 26, 2009 By: Fonta
  • Animal Rights

    Animal Rights

    It is possible to commit an immoral act against a non-human animals. In order to commit an immoral act against a non-human animal, one must define the word morality. According to the definition it means conformity to the rules of right conduct,. On the other hand immorality means wickedness or evil (random house dictionary). So in reflection a wicked or an evil act against an animal is an immoral act also. I believe that it

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    Submitted: December 31, 2009 By: Tasha
  • Utilitarianism and Animal Rights

    Utilitarianism and Animal Rights

    Animal Rights Throughout history morality has been a topic of intense debate. Innumerable thinkers have devoted immense amounts of time and energy to the formulation of various ethical theories intended to assist humans in their daily lives. These theories set out guidelines which help to determine the rightness or wrongness of any given action and can therefore illuminate which choice would be morally beneficial. And while many of these theories differ substantially, most have at

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    Essay Length: 514 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: January 2, 2010 By: July
  • Animal Rights

    Animal Rights

    Why does society not tolerate a harmful action of a man against another man, but very often they overlook a harmful action of a man against an animal? I think this question must be understood if we are ever to change the rights animals have. I feel strongly that animals should have rights. When I was a child I didn't believe animals had any actual rights, rather humans had rights that involved animals. My view

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    Submitted: January 20, 2010 By: Andrew
  • Animal Rights

    Animal Rights

    [Name] [Professor’s Name] [Subject] [Date] ANIMAL RIGHTS Is it morally wrong to eat meat? The movement for animal rights, which is also known as animal liberation, is the concept that the basic interests of animals should be regarded with an equal eye as with humans. It promotes the fact that animal should not be treated as public property, traded or be made a part of any business transaction, but they should be treated as

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    Submitted: February 8, 2010 By: Jon
  • Animal Rights

    Animal Rights

    Animal Rights “What is man without the beast? If the beast were gone, man would die from a great loneliness of spirit. For whatever happens to the beast soon happens to man” (Chief Seattle). While much has been done to protect animals, it is nowhere near what needs to be done to secure their inhabitance on earth and give them their rights. Animals have nerves so they can feel pain and they do suffer so

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    Submitted: February 10, 2010 By: Kevin
  • Animal Rights/testing

    Animal Rights/testing

    There has been much controversy about using animals in experiments for decades. People converse over different alternatives for animal testing and the inhumane way scientists treat these animals in experiments. This topic causes so much controversy because there are ethical issues to consider such as the treatment of the animals and the reasoning behind testing on these animals if its for a greater cause or not. As of now , I am for animal testing

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    Submitted: April 9, 2010 By: Mike
  • Animal Rights

    Animal Rights

    “We call them dumb animals, and so they are, for they cannot tell us how they feel, but they do nut suffer less because they have no words.” Sewelle, Anna. Black Beauty.(2000) Through the course of evolution both the animal and the human species have evolved; humans ironically taking form from prehistoric animals as well. As our body and mind have evolved we have separated from each other on this so called hierchy chain. The

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    Submitted: April 19, 2010 By: Steve
  • Animal Rights for Marine Mammals

    Animal Rights for Marine Mammals

    Animal Rights for Marine Mammals Written By: Bottlenose dolphins became part of a United States Navy program in 1959 for the purpose of conducting scientific research into their sonar and hydrodynamics in hopes of getting design ideas for submarines, ship hulls and weapons. It was discovered dolphins hear and navigate in the water by using their natural sonar, which happened to be more precise than most fabricated sonar systems. In the mid-sixties, Navy dolphins were

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    Submitted: April 29, 2010 By: Wendy
  • Animal Rights

    Animal Rights

    Animal Rights For the past few years, there has been an on-going, heated debate on whether experiments on animals for the benefit of medical and scientific research are ethical. I believe it is wrong, and 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 knowledge and the development of new medical therapies for

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    Submitted: May 13, 2010 By: Jessica
  • People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (peta) - Animal Rights, Human Abuse

    People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (peta) - Animal Rights, Human Abuse

    With over 850,000 active members, the animal rights organization People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has blossomed into an exceptionally powerful speech community. Their main goal is to enlighten others about the prominent existence of animal cruelty in the world, hoping to gain enough power to abolish it, or at least prevent it from happening as often as it does. PETA uses language as a tool of power, verbalizing its message through controversial ad

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    Submitted: May 24, 2010 By: Vika
  • Of Contexts and Ideas: The Animated Space of Anime Across Cultures

    Of Contexts and Ideas: The Animated Space of Anime Across Cultures

    Pauline Adrineth D. Luzon | II-BS Health Sciences | 112374 | SA21 P Of Contexts and Ideas: The Animated Space of Anime across Cultures “The world and characters of anime… [comprise] an uncanny evocation of a protean world of imagination that is both popular and unfamiliar to the viewer—a world of simulations, possible states, and possible identities. What is visible through anime's technological mirror is an uncanny and fragmented collection of conditions and identities… [having]

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    Submitted: July 26, 2014 By: 112374
  • Pro - Animal Testing and Experimentation Essay

    Pro - Animal Testing and Experimentation Essay

    Pro - Animal Testing and Experimentation Essay Animal testing and experimenting has been practiced ever since the fifteenth century, although it did not become widespread until the 1800's. Ever since that people realized animals had feelings and could feel pain, people have started debating over the issue of animal testing, and it soon became a highly controversial topic. Many people argues that it is unmoral to test products of any kind on animals, while scientists

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    Submitted: December 4, 2008 By: Victor
  • Do Animals Have Rights - a Philosophical View

    Do Animals Have Rights - a Philosophical View

    Do Animals Have Rights? Should animals be harmed to benefit mankind? This pressing question has been around for at least the past two centuries. During the early nineteenth century, animal experiments emerged as an important method of science and, in fact, marked the birth of experimental physiology and neuroscience as we currently know it. There were, however, guidelines that existed even back then which restricted the conditions of experimentation. These early rules protected the animals,

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    Submitted: November 18, 2009 By: Andrew
  • A Philosophical View - Do Animals Have Rights?

    A Philosophical View - Do Animals Have Rights?

    Do Animals Have Rights? Should animals be harmed to benefit mankind? This pressing question has been around for at least the past two centuries. During the early nineteenth century, animal experiments emerged as an important method of science and, in fact, marked the birth of experimental physiology and neuroscience as we currently know it. There were, however, guidelines that existed even back then which restricted the conditions of experimentation. These early rules protected the animals,

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    Submitted: November 24, 2009 By: Andrew
  • Animal Experimentation

    Animal Experimentation

    Good Afternoon ladies and gentlemen my name is (_________) and me and my group are here to tell you not only that animal experimentation is bad, but why so. First of all Animals have the right to be treated as beings of value in themselves, not as the means to human ends; this principle must be applies in order to guarantee the end of cruelty to animals. The application of this principle means that animals

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    Essay Length: 551 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: December 3, 2009 By: Fatih
  • Animal Experimentation: A Necessary Evil

    Animal Experimentation: A Necessary Evil

    Animal Experimentation: A Necessary Evil It is time for society to realize that no one benefits from the suffering of animals used in expensive and useless experiments. Animals may not be able to speak like humans but it does not negate the fact that they are capable of suffering. The human species has taken the liberty of deciding what is valuable in the world, and therefore they prize themselves as the highest level of the

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    Submitted: December 3, 2009 By: Artur
  • Is Animal Cloning Right?

    Is Animal Cloning Right?

    It is a universal feeling of human cloning as taboo; however animal cloning is now an issue. The idea of animal cloning being a good thing is the volume of the number of steaks would increase and be more nutritional. Also, cloning somehow would bring about new vaccines. The intentions of cloning animals are to improve livestock, use parts of pigs for human transplants, and to make drugs. The FDA is also getting involved or

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    Submitted: December 28, 2009 By: Jack
  • Animal Experimentation Is Unnecessary and Cruel

    Animal Experimentation Is Unnecessary and Cruel

    Every year, millions of animals suffer through painful and unnecessary tests. Animals in laboratories all over the world live lives of deprivation, pain, isolation, and torture. Even though vast studies show that animal experimentation often lacks validity, leading to harmful human reactions, we still continue to use this method of experimentation, while many other less-expensive and more beneficial alternatives exist. Going beyond the issue of animal experimentation being morally wrong, this form of research is

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    Submitted: January 1, 2010 By: Artur

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