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    Everyday people are using products not knowing who, what, where, why or how these products are being made from. Many companies are neglecting the use of animal experimentation by the fact that there are alternative ways to test their products without testing them on animals. If alternative methods have been discovered that are more humane and effective, why aren’t companies using them? By using alternative methods to animal testing, products and some medicines would be cheaper and more reliable to

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    People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), is an organisation dedicated to defending and establishing the rights of all animals. We are known for our tagline/slogan “Animals are not ours to eat, wear or experiment on, used for entertainment, or abuse in any other way”. We are a non-profit charitable organisation and were founded in 1980, by President and Co-founder of PETA, Ingrid Newkirk. Ingrid is our President and Co-founder of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). She

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    People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) (stylized PeTA) is an American animal rights organization based in Norfolk, Virginia, and led by Ingrid Newkirk, its international president. A non-profit corporation with 300 employees, it claims to have three million members and supporters and to be the largest animal rights group in the world. Its slogan is "animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, use for entertainment or abuse in any way." Founded in March 1980 by Newkirk and fellow

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    Images of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals It all makes good sense so long as animals exist. Humans are not so different from nonhuman animals, yet through a vast array of often mutually supporting structures of domination – from food to fashion and psychology to war, “the suffering that we inflict on nonhuman beings can be extreme, and the numbers involved are gigantic”[1]. From this, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) branches out. A next step, a necessary path

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    Animal Rights vs Human Morals

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    Many people can agree that animals need rights to be able to stay alive and be safe. But ask yourself is that really the only solution to saving animals? In my case, I believe that is not the only solution, for animals to be safe people need to realize it’s their fault animals are put through suffrage. Animal’s lives are put on the line due to the actions of human beings. Animals do not need rights to be protected. Human beings need to learn to behave morally, rather than on the act of animal rights

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    Many people and organizations, like PETA, are huge advocates for the ethical treatment of animals. But does it really matter if animals were treated ethically or not if they end up getting slaughtered and put on a plate for people to consume anyway? Gary Steiner wrote the article “Animal, Vegetable, Miserable” and explains his life as a strict vegan and why even eating ethically raised animals is inhumane. Eating animal products, even if treated humanely, is still considered unjustified to vegan

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    countries around the world, animals are fighting for their lives. They are enslaved, beaten, and kept in chains to make them perform for humans' "entertainment"; they are mutilated and confined to tiny cages so that we can kill them and eat them; they are burned, blinded, poisoned, and cut up alive in the name of "science"; they are electrocuted, strangled, and skinned alive so that people can parade around in their coats; and worse. (PETA) Every year, millions of animals are suffering slaughterhouse

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    The Ethical Treatment of Animals

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    believe in the ethical treatment for all animals is an ethical obligation by all humans. We have come to an era that we believe that all humans should be treated equally and fairly. Well, what about our other living, breathing counterparts? They deserve to live their life as they choose in quality and in the pursuit of happiness. Just as Europeans came and took over Northern America's land and resources on the Indians. We have also taken over the land and resources from all of the animals. The moral

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    Ethical Obligations To Circus Animals

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    using animals for the purpose of human entertainment has long since been a divisive, polarising issue, and one to which there is no clearly defined solution. Debates on this issue commonly question the ethical responsibilities humans have to animals, and, subsequently, whether or not animals deserve to be afforded the same ethical treatment as humans. This is perhaps most evident in the extensive, subjective and widespread debate regarding the ethical acceptability of utilising circus animals for human

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    Circus Animals

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    utilising, circus animals for the purpose of human entertainment. Therefore, the essay will respond to the question “what moral or ethical obligations do humans have in respect of other animals? How can these obligations be filled?” It should be noted that a distinction is made between morals, which are personal standards of behaviour – and ethics – which are moral principles that govern societal behaviour. This essay will focus on ethical obligations. Specifically, the treatment and training methods

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