Everyone has a right, we human begins have a right. So why shouldn’t animal have their rights? Human beings are no different from other animals, with no divine or elevated nature which makes us distinct. Human beings are ethically bound not to use other animals for their own selfish purpose. If human beings are no different from other animals, then like all other animals is it our nature to kill any other animal which serves the purposes of our survival and well-being, for that is the way of all nature. Therefore, aside from economic concerns such as making sure we don’t kill so quickly that we destroy a species and deprive our descendants of prey, human animals can kill members of other animal species for their usefulness to us.
I guess you can say that the disagreement would be what would people eat if they couldn’t eat animals. Most of the food are from animals, but not many people can eat without animal in it. Some vegetarians do, but it is true that some vegiterens are depressed and saden a lot. And it is also not very healthy just eating vegetables; you need some meat in it. So, if I had to pick a side I guess I would go for it, because we animals have every right like people do, but we must be allowed to hunt some animals so people in our world can survive. But, I am for Animal rights because some peopel just hunt for fun, killing the animal for no reason, if they are going to do that, you can buy a video game, and shoot other animals (Hunting Deer) without creating any harm!
Establishing and Upholding Animal Rights in the US How often do we hear of people committing violent crimes against other people? It sometime seems that we cannot turn on the television without being bombarded with reports of violent crimes in our society. Yet, what the media usually neglects to cover are violent crimes committed against animals. In June, Jonathon Moore and George Allan Petting ...
Lots of people would also be against animal rights because people need to survive to live and we can’t just keep eating fruit and other vegtables that do not contain meat or else we would run out of food! I could agree with that point of view, but there is also lots of people in today’s world that just hunt and kill for fun, just for decoration in their house or just for contest winning. A quote that is against animal rights, explains it’s position; “Sure, I love animals, and I do believe that every animal has a right like us humans do, be how then would we survive? We would just “Rest In Peace” from starvation because we would then run out of food in the world.
Maybe, we shouldn’t eat every single animal and maybe we slow down the process of animal killing, but we still need a little bit of that meat. That could be a little solution to agree with both sides of Animal Rights.” Another quote that explained it’s reasoning said; “Some animals are harmful to our society, some kill us, some rip us apart, some eat us..And we need to do something to stop that. The solution to that would be to kill that type of animal and eat it since it’s harmful to our society. The other animals that are nice and don’t harm us, well I believe a good solution to that would be to cook the meat, after the animal it’s on its way toward death. “
The reason why I am “little” for Animal Rights, is because I also love animals too and I guess I could say that I believe we as a nation, cook and make way too much meat. And I guess we could cut down in the killing of the animals, but I do have to agree part with “Against animal rights” because we have to eat something good for us to survive and thats the only way we can live. While I am typing this, now that I have thought about this topic, I have come out with a great solution, since today’s topic in the scientific world has been the “cloning issue” why not we clon animals, and then we can save those orignal animals and cook the “cloning” animals as meat, so that we can all be happy and survive our way through life!
Animal rights are an increasingly large concern in many communities. Some people, believe animal rights as a trivial issue in the world at the moment. However, I find this matter to be untrue. The rights of animals should be treated with as much respect as the rights of humans. After all, theoretically, w humans are animals too. Learn ado Da Vinci said, The time will come when men such as I will ...
Here is a quote that I found out from an article that was pretty interesting and very true; ” If human beings are no different from other animals, then like all other animals it is our nature to kill any other animal which serves the purposes of our survival and well-being, for that is the way of all nature. Therefore, aside from economic concerns such as making sure we don’t kill so quickly that we destroy a species and deprive our descendants of prey, human animals can kill members of other animal species for their usefulness to us.” Another quote that was also very true and useful; “It is only if we are not just another animal — if our nature is distinctly superior to other animals — that we become subject to ethics at all — and then those ethics must take into account our nature as masters of the lower animals. We may seek a balance of nature; but “balance” is a concept that only a species as intelligent as humankind could even contemplate.”
Well, I believe my position is now correct because now we can all be happy, by cloning the animals that other people would like to eat, and by saving the orignal ones, so they can have an Animal Right! Some people would problaby disagree, saying “It’s still not right to kill animals like that, how would you like it if you were cooked!” Well, then i would have to disagree with that because when your cloning an animal, your not eating the orignal animal meat, your eating an example of the orignal animal, sort of saying like it’s a man made robot! I’m not trying to be selfish, but comeon! How could some people disagree about eating a “Fake” animal! The only concern about that, is we have to make sure the cloning goes right! “Animal rights” premise #1: Human beings are no different from other animals, with no divine or elevated nature which makes us distinct;
“Animal rights” premise #2: Human beings are ethically bound not to use other animals for their own selfish purposes.