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PHIL B9: Non-Human Animals: Welcome

This guide will help you find the resources you need for Russell's PHIL B9 project on non-human animals' morality and interaction with humans.

Welcome

This guide will help you find the resources you need for Russell's PHIL B9 project on non-human animals' morality and interaction with humans.

http://worldanimal.net/our-programs/model-law-project/part-i/i-introduction

Research Paper Goals

•Choose a practice in which humans use or affect non-human animals.
Examples:

1.Food                                                      2.Entertainment                            

                     

​3.Clothing                                             4.Science                                                
                                                
 
5.Humans intervene to preserve non-human animals or environments
 
6.Kill and no-kill shelters                        7.Service animals
                 
 

Key Topics to Address

Morally relevant features of the practice.
 
•Any harm or benefit to the non-human animals and humans.
 
•Mental, emotional, and physical capacities of the non-human animals of the practice.
 
•Do NOT argue whether the practice is justifiable.

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