Animal Liberation: The Definitive Classic of the Animal Movement Setting & Symbolism

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Speciesism

Speciesism is the natural bias that one has for his own kind. Man feels justified killing animals because he wants to eat them and he does not give any consideration to the rights of animals to live out their natural lives.

The Committee on Cruelty to Animals

The British Committee on Cruelty to Wild Animals was established in 1951. It declared that based on extensive research and case study, animals actually do feel pain and experience fear and terror.

Automata

Automata is a concept that animals have no capacity to think or feel and was first proposed by French philosopher Rene Descartes.

Animal Factories

To meet man's demands for chicken, veal, beef, pork, and eggs, crowded animal factories have been established that produce more animals but abuse and exploit them for profit.

Laboratory Animals

To meet the medical needs of huge populations, the medical and research field has...

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