An Analysis Of 'Save The Animals: Stop Animal Testing'

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“Save the Animals: Stop Animal Testing” In our society there has been many heated debates about animal testing. Many people feel as if animal testing is very important to science, it helps us figure out different things about the body and also helps us in psychology, helping us discover how the brain works. Other people, including the author of this article, Heather Dunnuck, believes that animal testing is cruel and unnecessary. In the article “Save the Animals: Stop Animal Testing” she uses all Ethos, Pathos and Logos. In this persuasive article Heather’s first reason why animal testing should be stopped all together is that even though “humans often benefit from successful animal research, the pain, the suffering, and deaths of animals are not worth the possible human benefits.” In that reason she is using Logos and Pathos. The next reason she gave was her own translation of Tom Regan’s words. Heather stated “Animals do not…show more content…
There was a development of synthetic cellular tissue, the author states “ researchers can test the potential damage that a product can do to the skin by using this artificial “skin” instead of testing on animals.” She also gave another way to do tests on the eye “Eyetex this synthetic material turns opaque when a product damages it, closely resembling the way that thereal eye reacts to harmful substances. In another method, in vitro testing, cellular tests are done inside a test tube.” she used ethos because she credited a source for their knowledge, she also used logos because there is reasons why experimentalists should use the other methods instead of animal

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