Themed Articles: Animals

Can Animal Experimentation Be Justified?

Zaid Shehryar compares two opposing views.
[Issue 157: August/September 2023]

Overwhelming Evil

Christopher Devlin Brown argues that our wholesale destruction of animals makes veganism humanity’s primary moral imperative.
[Issue 157: August/September 2023]

Plato is my dog, yo!: Dogs, Love and Truth

Jeremy Barris enlists the help of Plato, Ortega and pragmatist philosophy to argue that love at its deepest is our connection with ultimate truth, and that this connection is found in our love for our dogs.
[Issue 67: May/June 2008]

“I knew him by his voice”: Can Animals Be Our Friends?

Stephen Clark examines how far Aristotle’s concept of friendship might apply to animals, among themselves and between us and them.
[Issue 67: May/June 2008]

Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner? The controversial Peter Singer!

Charlotte Laws cautiously chows down with the Defender of Animals.
[Issue 67: May/June 2008]


Peter Royle shows no vexation over Sartre’s crustacean fixation.
[Issue 67: May/June 2008]

Hunting For Consistency

Angus Taylor argues that to be consistent, we must either exclude some humans from the moral community, or else include at least some animals.
[Issue 67: May/June 2008]


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