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Today we are taking all the things we have learned this year about doing philosophy and applying that to moral considerations regarding non-human animals. We’ll explore what philosophers like Peter Singer and Carl Cohen have to say about their use, including the concept of equal consideration of interests.
Recently I had the honor of standing beside Coletivo Animais Sem Amarras in a Silent Vegan Protest and it inspired me to discuss this topic further. Veganism is a Philosophy that has the power to not only create a healthier Earth but a more conscious and kind humanity.
Dr. Tuttle offers a set of universal principles for all people of conscience, from any religious tradition, that they can follow to reconnect with what we are eating, what was required to get it on our plate, and what happens after it leaves our plates.
Can we make moral philosophical arguments for becoming vegetarian? Do humans have the right to eat animals?
Philosophy is central to understanding and developing effective anymal advocacy. This talk explores the most common ways that animal activists use (often without knowing) moral theories such as virtue ethics, utilitarianism, rights/rule based, and social contract theories.