If we follow the normative ethics and the golden rule completely tells us: we should do to others what we would want others to do to us, in other word, what we should do to others what we would want others to do to us.
Ok lets back to my question, Since I do not want any one going to kill me, so I should not kill any one.
Since we are the top of food chain, we are murderers, because we eat meat everyday and even if we have not killed the animals by our self, we are indirectly killing the animals.
A lot people have opinion, because we are the top of the food chain, and the rule of nature is we should eat meat for live, so in this way we should just follow the natural.
Is it wrong in principle to raise and kill animals so that human beings can eat meat and fish? …show more content…
If you accept that animals have rights, raising and killing animals for food is morally wrong.
An animal raised for food is being used by others rather than being respected for itself.
This is a clear violation of the animal's rights.
No matter how humanely an animal is treated in the process, raising and killing it for food remains morally wrong.
But: This is using 'rights' in a rather technical philosophical sense. When people talk about animal rights colloquially, they are usually talking about animal interests
Even the most humane forms of rearing and killing animals for food always violates the animal's most basic interest - to continue living.
As we know before about Virtue theories, the theory says: do not kill, we must need learn these rules, and make sure we reduce to demand of the meat. However, also a lot people would be say to eat meat is in order to let body better.
We should act so as to increase the amount of goodness in the