Speculative Philosophy, the Troubled Middle, and the Ethics of Animal Experimentation
Hastings Center Report. 1989 Mar/Apr; 19(2): 15-21.
Even to begin discussing the ethics of animal experimentation we must locate our place in the "ethical three-ring circus" of the debate among "human welfarists," "animal rightists" and those in the "troubled middle." A philosophy of "nature alive," recognizing that some animals are more equal than others, can inform the troubled middle and ethically justify judicious animal research.
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