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Kurt Humphreys December 11, 2007 English Critical Essay Summaries Peter Singer Naomi walks downstairs and greets her father for breakfast to start off her morning. Peter Singer, her father, is reading a transcript, which is usually a normal scene in the morning, but this time he was frowning over it. Peter explains that he has to give a lecture against J.M. Coetezee and is nervous about how he is going to present his arguments when Coetezee has already brought them up in his book. Peter and Naomi begin to talk about his lecture and the arguments that bring about philosophical questions that fade the line between subjective and objective views of each character that bring up valid points on both sides against, and for animal cruelty. The first discussion about his lecture with Naomi was the comparison between animal cruelty and the relation to the Holocaust. The comparison between the two subjects established the principle that whoever has the most power can do what they want as long as the hold and sustain this power.
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