It also generally supports the use of animals for food, clothing, and experimentation depending on circumstances and as long as they are treated right and their need...
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...umans ownership and more rights than animals. Many do not understand the “rights” being discussed. The “rights” that people continue debating about are not the right to vote, freedom of speech, or the right to bear arms. It is the right to not be taken for food against your will, be used for clothing or experimentation without consent. Animals do not have the moral capacity to obtain these rights and freedoms. To elevate animals to equality with humans by applying human interpretations of morality. Author John Katz was sent a letter by an animal rights activist asking him to change his upcoming book to call humans animal “guardians”, instead of his frequently used label as “owner” (Katz 74). Showing that these activists do not believe we as humans should not have ownership over animals, but more of a shared living environment where everyone and everything is equal.
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