critical evaluation Singer's utilitarian defence of humane treatment of animals.

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Philosophy

 

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July 8, 2015

 

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Each person's pleasure and pain count the same, no more no less. Does the total amount consist of happiness or pain? If there is more happiness brought to the group than pain then the action is deemed morally right. If there is more pain caused than happiness then the action is deemed immoral. Singer applies the same balancing act of utilitarianism to his theory...
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The first important point he makes is that we must give equal considerations to all that are concerned including animals. Singer argues that suffering is suffering and if there is more suffering being caused than happiness then it is immoral. Therefore we should consider animals in the same light when weighing in our [humans] own interests...
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