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7/7/11 The Asian cobra About 50,000 people per hear die from
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7/7/11 Mostly an
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7/7/11 Guinea pig In the U.S., guinea pigs are pets. In Peru they
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7/7/11 Bald eagle
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7/7/11 A mother and
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7/7/11 The original Mike
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7/7/11 Thomas Edison
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7/7/11 Hypocrisy and paradox “Although opposed to the death penalty…” (p. 59) “Nonviolence leads to the highest ethics, which is the goal of all evolution. Until we stop harming all other living beings, we are still savages.” –(the real) Thomas Edison (p. 60) “I have seen in the paradox of her
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7/7/11 Topsy at her
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7/7/11 Animals, will, moral agency Giving animals names The execution of animals … assumes the animal is a moral agent, accountable to the law…” (p. 60-61) Snuff film “records the willful killing of an unwilling subject.” (p. 62) “For at the end of history man will shed his humanity…. will allow him
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7/7/11 Mary the Elephant She was executed by hanging in Tennessee in
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This note was uploaded on 06/29/2011 for the course ENGL 282 taught by Professor Bajo during the Fall '10 term at South Carolina.

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