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    Animal Liberation

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    Animal liberation is a viewpoint of which humans can view the relationship and interactions they hold with animals. This essay will discuss what animal liberation is‚ the main philosophers behind animal liberation‚ how animal liberation view the relationship with animals‚ the importance of the individuals role in creating their own relationships with animals‚ and how vegetarian diets are more sustainable than non-vegetarian diets and the criticism of this view. Animal liberation is the idea of understanding

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    Animal Liberation In “Animal Liberation” Singer compares the past acts of liberation to animal liberation and how they are not equal. Peter Singer compares women’s rights and black rights to animal rights. Some in which most people think have no comparison at all. Singer expresses how people may not think highly of animal rights because they are not humans. Singer expressed how other sociologist and psychologist view this to be the same way. I mean why not? We test most human things on animals.

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    Event: If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front (documentary) On Thursday the 25th I attend the showing of a Documentary named “If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front”‚ directed by Marshal Curry. There as well were two guest speakers‚ Denny Jackman‚ from the board of the Central Valley Farmland Trust and of the Farmland Working Group and Brad Barker‚ Conservation Chair of the Yokuts Group of the Sierra Club. The film was a documentation of radical environmental

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    Animal

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    This House would ban animal testing In this debate testing should be defined as all testing including‚ medical research‚ cosmetics‚ toxicology‚ and psychology research where animals are used in any part of an experiment. An animal could sensibly be defined as vertebrates. With this exception of cephalopods‚ no invertebrates have any legal standing in any country so far as I am aware‚ and it would be hard to construct a case for any invertebrates having moral rights. The ban should be defined as

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    believe differently. Con organization also have five main beliefs. The first con they believe in animal testing is a cruel thing. They believe no living thing should be put to suffer because another species is curious. Although Pro organizations claim no animals are harmed the Con organization has released this statement to prove Pro organization wrong: According to Humane Society International‚ animals used in experiments are commonly subjected to force feeding‚ forced inhalation‚ food and water

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    Animal experimentation is not a thing to joke about‚ people are using animals against their will to test products on them.This is relevant in life because people will joke around about how the animals are fine but there are many side effects if the makeup is not right or correct. For example‚ Covergirl the makeup company has tested on animals since 2012. Covergirl tests on adorable kittens for the face makeups like lipstick‚ mascara‚ eyeliner‚ etc. The results of testing makeup products can vary

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    100 million animals are used in animal testing every single year to further the understanding of species and the impact of different modern medicines. There are many organizations that are extremely against the use of these animals in medicine‚ saying that it is “cruel and inhumane”. Compare these 100 million to the 56 billion animals slaughtered for food for humans. Those 100 million almost seem like a small amount‚ don’t they? The animals used in scientific testing have contributed to many life-saving

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    Animal Experimentation

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    Marshall 21 April 2013 Animal Experimentation Animal testing has been at the forefront of most advances in medical history. Without it‚ we would assuredly be ages behind where we are now in terms of medical sciences. Animal testing is a highly controversial topic with many opponents who would go out of their way to “liberate” these animals who were born for this reason‚ bred in captivity so as to do no damage to the species as a whole. The evidence supporting animal testing is insurmountable

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    Animal Research

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    112-2 HOM Animal Testing One of the worst feelings in the world is being tortured and not knowing why it is being done. Imagine if animals could talk‚ do you think that animal testing would still be done? Of course because of animal testing some various things have been discovered‚ but is it worth putting these animals through torture over and over again? Personally I think that animal testing is wrong‚ and in most cases a waste of money because it can take multiple tries and animals just for one

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    Humans do not own the Earth. Animals are not obligated to provide them any services‚ despite the objections of many people. Animals are constantly poked‚ probed‚ or burned for the benefit of the human race. We are allowed medicines that cure or treat chronic illnesses due to the sacrifices made by animals‚ yet we treat them with disrespect because we see them as inferior. An Animal Bill of Rights is necessary. Animals should be protected as much as human beings are‚ because without them we may not

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    December‚ 2012 Animal Experimentation Is it wrong to experiment on animals for our own benefit? Many may disagree and believe its immoral and shouldnt be done. Science and manufacturing need animal experimentation to prevent harm to humans because it helps to develope cures for disease and to save humans from experimentation. Animal rights activist oppose the use of animals for medical research arguing that it’s cruel and immoral. The truth is some of the animals dont even suffer. Many

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    Animal Experimentation

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    ANIMAL EXPERIMENTATION There has been a controversy between animal rights supporters and scientists about whether it is right to use animals in experimental research. Also‚ it is very debatable whether using animals for such research results in finding a cure for diseases. From my point of view‚ if there are no other alternatives‚ and if it is possible that this will contribute to science‚ animals may be used for experimental research.  Although the animal rights activists claim that people and

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    Animal Testing

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    Animal testing has many advantages. Medical research involving animals has dramatically improved the health of the human race. Without animal testing‚ the cure for polio would not exist and diabetics would suffer or die from their disease. Despite these benefits‚ some people believe that animals should be not be used for testing medical techniques and drugs. This essay will outline the advantages of animal testing. Animal testing allows scientists to test and create new drugs. Animals such as

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    Animal Testing Animal testing (also known as animal experimentation or animal research) is the use of non-human animal models for research and development by academic institutes and commercial pharmaceutical companies. At this very moment‚ there are millions of animals being kept behind cages in solitude‚ waiting to be sacrificed in the name of science or industry. With the sharp rise in the use of animals in research‚ it has become an open debate as to whether or not we have an intrinsic right

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    Discussion on Animal Rights "Life‚ liberty‚ and the pursuit of happiness; The Declaration of Independence holds these rights to be self evident and unalienable. In the eighteenth century when these words were written they were called natural rights‚ today we call them human rights" (McShea 34). The issue of whether or not to grant animal rights such as those that humans retain‚ is a greatly disputed issue. Philosophers‚ clergyman‚ and politicians have argued the point of animal rights for years

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    Animals have long played an important role as research animals in the field of Science by human kind since Ancient Greeks‚ when Aristotle used animals as a dissection. Animals are used in research and experiments by scientists to advance human knowledge and find cures to diseases such as asthma. In my opinion‚ animals are needed for scientists to conduct researches and experiments. Firstly‚ animal models are used to test drugs. This is because it will lower the risk of effects on humans when the

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    In 1966‚ the Animal Welfare Act was passed which “...regulated the sale‚ transportation‚ and handling of many animals used in research…” (Driscoll and Finley 3)‚ but the act does not cover rats‚ mice‚ fish ‚ and birds which make up around ninety-five percent of tested animals (“Should Animals Be Used” 3). Government approved acts are proposed and confirmed to ensure the safety of animals‚ but organizations soon find their way around them. Additionally‚ in the United States‚ all pharmaceuticals‚ preservatives

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    million vertebrate animals‚ including mice‚ birds‚ fish‚ rabbits‚ dogs‚ chimpanzees‚ and other non-human primates‚ are used for animal testing every year. The United States and Gabon are the only two countries that allow experimentation on chimpanzees. Animals are either killed during experiments‚ severely injured by harmful chemicals or subsequently euthanized. On a British debate site‚ a woman quotes ”I think it is wrong to test anything on animals‚ it does not matter what animal it is - a rat‚ monkey

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    The Ethical Treatment of Animals A person for the ethical treatment of animals (PeTA) is an American animal rights organization based in Norfolk‚ VA‚ and led by its founder‚ Ingrid Newkirk (international president). PeTA was founded‚ March 1980 as a nonprofit organization. As of 2011‚ its assets are 18.02 million‚ with revenue of 31.81 million. Alex Pacheco‚ co-founder of PeTA is an American animal rights activist from Joliet‚ IL. Newkirk and Pacheco first became widely publicized

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    Animal testing has been an issue since the 19th century‚ it all started in the United Kingdom with a French chemist named Louis Pasteur. Even though animal testing has a lot of pros and cons it is very cruel and inhumane. Right now many animals are locked inside cages in laboratories sitting lonely and fearing that they would be chosen to practice an experiment on them. They are forced to inhale cigarettes and they can’t spit it out because their mouth is locked up and they have no movement. They

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