Fighting for animal liberation and an end to speciesism
Here's an experiment in social psychology that I'd like to see performed (or that I'd like to read about if something like it has already been performed):Post a statement in various groups on…Continue
Eric Schwitzgebel is Professor of Philosophy at the University of California. He's studied the relationship between one's stated moral beliefs and one's behavior, as shown by the responses to…Continue
Animals in the U.S face a formidable foe, cats, which are one of them but has killed billions of animals already, according to a recent study.The study was done by the researchers from the…Continue
The U.S. and Gabon are the only nations that allow medical research on chimpanzees. The National Institutes of Health wants to change that.From the Mother Nature Network, by John Platt The use of…Continue
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Eric Schwitzgebel, Professor of Philosophy at University of California at Riverside, writes a blog called The Splintered Mind. His latest post is about how people do moral reasoning and how that reasoning is affected by seemingly irrelevant things. His findings, even among professional Philosophers, may suprise you....
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Dale Carrico, Ph.D. Lecturer, Department of Rhetoric, at the University of California, Berkeley writes at the blog amor mundi. Today's entry talks about "ag-gag" legislation as it relates to Carol Adams conception of the absent referent as well as how the animal-industrial complex devalues and damages human animals along with the non-human…Continue
It seems like Rob Johnson just can’t let go of his obsession with ARZone.
On Brandon Becker's Facebook page, Rob Johnson said a number of things that are all equally banal, but I’d like to focus on just this:
Similarly the latest ARZone blog, which I am told Yates was promoting yesterday, is on the fact that they deem ARZone to be successful and so they deem the AR movement to be successful as ARZone supports open debate. There's a famous Chomsky quote that…Continue