Isacat Animal Rights Summary

analytical Essay
799 words
799 words

In How to do Animal Rights, Isacat brought to light the issue which includes humans are becoming responsible for the mass extinction of animals. Humans have been the “enemy” of animals for millennia’s, because of the actions we’ve been taking against them. These actions include eating, wearing, killing them for sport, and experimentation, all to meet the demands of the increasing number of people living in the world. This reading is engaging to me both socially and culturally, both topics are brought about with the phrasing of ‘Animal Holocaust’. Originally when I read the article the comparison between the ‘Animal Holocaust’ and the actual Holocaust, I wasn’t able to see the connection. However after looking at it more closely I was able to draw the parallel. Socially viewed; in the Holocaust people were killed only because one man didn’t like them, and since he was ruler everybody else just fell in line. By …show more content…

In paragraph thirteen Isacat states this “We could not have evolved without animals and they gave our species food, clothing, shelter and tools”, Isacat then quoted Woody Allen; "More than any other time in history, mankind faces a crossroads. One path leads to despair and utter hopelessness. The other, to total extinction. Let us pray we have the wisdom to choose correctly.” These two statements leave me with the question that if humans choose the wrong path, and we continue down that road, we’re going to keep kill trillions of animals a year and continue to polluting the earth, how long until it’s just all gone? How long until the animals that help humans evolve are lost to this world and humans can no longer evolve? Will we eventually just go extinct like the animals? If the environment isn’t fixed how long until global warming takes full effect and the word is like a desert? I’ve never thought of these things happening until now, and it changes my view on the

In this essay, the author

  • Analyzes how isacat's how to do animal rights brought to light the issue of humans becoming responsible for the mass extinction of animals.
  • Compares the 'animal holocaust' and the real holocaust, noting that dr. mengele and medical corporations are doing it to try to improve human life.
  • Analyzes how isacat brought up the topic of mass extinction and how the environment views were brought in. i always believed that just nature was also playing a part in the "destruction" of itself.
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