Equal Consideration and Unequal Moral Status
Southern Journal of Philosophy 1993 Spring; 31(1): 17-31
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Rossi, John (2010-09)The issue of moral considerability, or how much moral importance a being's interests deserve, is one of the most important in animal ethics. Some leading theorists--most notably David DeGrazia--have argued that a principle ...
DeGrazia, David (1991-03)In this article I offer a philosophical review of (1) leading theories of the moral status of animals, (2) pivotal theoretical issues on which more progress needs to be made, and (3) applications to the setting of animal ...