Author Topic: Can some non-human animals be considered persons?  (Read 10026 times)

Offline LostInAShaftOfSunlight

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Re: Can some non-human animals be considered persons?
« Reply #15 on: 06/05/09 @ 02:45 »
And I'll be Babe the Pig, exploring and sniffing things out.

For me it seems that the gate to a garden of 'next steps' is opening up: exploring other concepts in a similar vein, alternatives to and criticism of this 'artistic' way of critiquing concepts, value itself. I definitely want to pursue this in a new thread and i think I've got one that's even messier (we pigs love our mud) than this one!









Man, when I was young I shoved my ignorance in people's faces. They beat me with sticks. By the time I was forty my blunt instrument had been honed to a fine cutting point for me. If you hide your ignorance, no one will hit you and you'll never learn.

Offline Gareth Southwell

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Re: Can some non-human animals be considered persons?
« Reply #16 on: 07/05/09 @ 08:08 »
Mud?! [Sigh] I'll get the mop and bucket...
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