Comparing Singer's Views On Separation Of Humans And Animals
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1. According to Singer, speciesism is: “not can they reason, nor can they talk, but can they suffer” (DesJardins, 111). This therefore helps with the separation of humans and animals and how to group them together as one when making a decision. An example would be: ferret and a little boy. At first glance there is very little that they share – they are both living, they are both things – but they are still very different. With Singer’s speciesism, we can determine that they can both suffer.
2. Warren points out that humans and nonhumans are not equal, and do no have identical rights. She continues so say that there are times where a nonhuman animal will be treated differently than a human.
3. Subject-of-a-life, according to Regan is: “having