Animal rights is the idea that some, or all, non-human animals are entitled to the
possession of ..... It appears, in fact, that if I am bound to do no injury to my fellow-
creatures, this is less .....
The goal of the human rights movement is to uniformly apply the same ethical
code of treatment to all human beings. The animal rights movement has a similar
Sep 23, 2011 ... But if the story turns your stomach—and well it should—then perhaps it is time to
take a second look at the notion of animal rights. That is what ...
Animals do not have rights. Animals do not possess the ability to use logic and
reason. A good rule of thumb is a being has rights in proportion to its ability to ...
Do animals have rights? Many of today's animals do not have any rights. In rare
cases, certain species, such as dogs and cats, are given legal protection.
Giving animals rights may seem like a strange idea, and may even seem
offensive or ridiculous. Why do animal rights activists want animals to have rights
Why then do we speak of animal rights? The answer is quite simple: animal rights
are meant to set limits to human behavior. If we fail to set clear legal limits to ...
However, animal protection groups do not usually have standing, either. ....
comatose, who possess less self-awareness and cognition, are given these
Animals have the right to be treated humanely by everyone.
To treat human beings in ways that do not honor their independent value is to
violate ... The philosophy of animal rights demands only that logic be respected.
..... If this is true, then they will lack some of the rights that other animals possess.