1. When is harm to animals justified according to a utilitarian?
- When the pleasure created outweighs the animal's suffering
- Always since animals do not have souls
- Always because animals do not have autonomy or motives for actions
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2. Guess the correct Kant quote:
- Humans can "deal and dispose [of animals] at one's discretion"
- Humans have "ultimate power" over everything on Earth
- Treating animals badly because they are animals is "speciesism"
- "Humans that lack reason have no intrinsic value"
3. Under what conditions would treating animals badly be morally wrong for Kant?
- If animals develop better communication skills so that they can explain their experience of pain.
- If it compromises a person's ability to treat other humans well, and therefore threatens the person's own moral integrity.
- If the overall suffering of animals outweighs the pleasure this bad treatment creates for humans.
- If the animals are the subject of a life
4. Recent Virtue Ethicists believe that
- Using animal products is always wrong
- Not to recognise the importance of animal suffering is to show a lack of compassion
- Selfishly treating an animal as a meat-growing machine is good
- Not to recognise the importance of animal suffering is irrelevant to producing a virtuous charcter
5. According to Aristotle, animals have no share in...
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