Tom Regan (born November 28, 1938) is an American philosopher who
specializes in animal ... In Regan's view, not to be used as a means entails the
right to be treated with respect, which include...
The fundamental wrong is the system that allows us to view animals as our
resources, here for us — to be eaten, or surgically manipulated, or exploited for
Tom Regan establishes the rights of animals in his monumental ... In fact, the
idea that humans or animals have moral rights is not a view commonly held by ...
In The Case for Animal Rights, Regan argues that non-human animals bear
moral rights. His philosophy aligns broadly within the tradition of Immanuel Kant,
Jun 27, 2012 ... Tom Regan on Kant's View of Animals. Tom Regan Unlike [John] Rawls, whose
considered views on our duties regarding animals are unclear ...
Among Tom Regan's many books is The Case for Animal Rights (1983). ... In
Singer's view, a sentient animal, a subject of a life, like a rat, has a higher priority
The Philosophy of Animal Rights, by Tom Regan .... The same is true of
speciesism -- the view that members of the species Homo sapiens are superior to
In The Case for Animal Rights (University of California Press, 1983), Tom Regan
of North Carolin State University explores the implications of applying a true ...
... have been formulated by philosophers such as Peter Singer and Tom Regan.
... Remnants of these sorts of views remain in justifications for discounting the ...
Jun 22, 2004 ... ... come primarily from two philosophers: Peter Singer and Tom Regan. ... protest
because of his views defending the killing of certain kinds of ...