Peter Singer ethical justification

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Peter Singer argues that there is no ethical justification for denying ethical consideration to animals.

Can you think of a reason why our ethical consideration should include all humans regardless of their level of cognitive ability, yet denied to non-human animals simply because they have lower levels of cognitive abilities What critical questions might be posed regarding your way of drawing the line between types of beings that should get ethical consideration an those that should not

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