·Fullwinder – “land of the giants” world appears normal to those who have made it; but don’t see how it privileges/disadvantages others.
·Consequentialist arguments – forward thinking; justified b/c good outcomes are alleged to happen; create greater diversity = greater good outcomes
2.What are Singer’s and Steinbock’s opposing arguments on animal ethics/rights and on the use of animals in experimentation? What are the specific reasons that Singer and Steinbock each provide for their positions? Singer – animals can experience pleasure/pain so they deserve our moral consideration. Speciesism is an injustice parallel to racism and sexism. ·Not all animal lives are of equal worth. Human interests may outweigh those of nonhumans. ·Need of an overall balance of pleasure over suffering
·Pain of animals is a morally relevant consideration but is not morally decisive. ·Morally good reasons for taking our own species as morally special ·Affirms speciesism – humans are more important than...