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Unformatted text preview: Shah 1 Nilam Shah Ethics 115 Analytical Paper The Case for Animal Rights Tom Regan A very moral and ethical question which raises a lot of debates over the time is about the animal rights. Many authors and philosophers have written books and books expressing their views about and against the animal rights. For example, we can take animals have no rights from Cohen to the rights of animals are equal to those of humans by Regan. The close ties between humans and animals dates back many centuries. From horses pulling carriages and farm equipment, to dogs herding sheep, animals have helped to build lives and support families. Yet, Animal Rights are much more of an issue today compared to centuries ago. Today, animals are still a big part of humans lives, acting as sources of food, protection, work, and in some serious cases research. The ethical issues come along with determining the animal rights include whether or not experimentation on animals is morally right and whether or not eating animals is morally wrong. experimentation on animals is morally right and whether or not eating animals is morally wrong....
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