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Tony Fernandes ID#:100273016 September 29, 2007 AVS 101 Animal Rights Paper “There is no fundamental difference between humans and the higher mammals in their mental faculties”-Charles Darwin. The topic of Animal Rights in our country is as prominent today as it ever has been. People have different beliefs on how animals should serve humankind, whether it is in a big way or not at all. I believe that animals should be used in certain ways such as a food source and as companions. However I don’t think they should be used for scientific testing or be shown in zoos or circuses. Researching deep into Animal Rights, I found many areas of what I think is animal abuse and some of the information is troubling. I would not classify my opinion on Animal Rights as radical or conservative, but somewhere in the middle. I believe that using animals for a food source is not morally wrong. However certain questions can make it seem that eating animals even if they are killed in a humane process is morally wrong. “If you accept that animals have rights, raising and killing animals for food is morally wrong.”(www.bbc.co.uk).
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course AVS 101 taught by Professor Mallilo during the Spring '08 term at Rhode Island.

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