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“All Animals Are Equal” Peter Singer
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Liberation Movements and Moral Beliefs Liberation movements require us to examine our long-held moral beliefs and determine if they inevitably lead to the benefit of one group over another. Practices we once thought natural come to be seen as the products of unjustifiable prejudices. Moral horizons expand as the moral principle of equality is extended and reinterpreted.
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Liberation Movements and Moral Beliefs Singer believes that it is time to examine some of our moral views and advocates a new liberation movement. Singer wants this new liberation movement to lobby for the rights of animals. He says that we ought to “extend to other species the basic principle of equality that most of us recognize should be extended to all members
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Animal Liberation and Equality Singer thinks that there are legitimate moral differences between humans and animals that will effect the rights we grant to each. However, we ought to extend the
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