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Topic: Is Giving Nonhuman Primates Personhood Anthropocentric?
To complete this assignment, you will write a one page essay (double-spaced) answering: Is giving nonhuman primates personhood anthropocentric? There is no right or wrong answer! However,you must back-up their answer with data from the textbook, lecture, the "Monkey in the Mirror" documentary seen during lecture, clips about Koko the gorilla, and recent news articles , the two articles website as following: 1.)www.npr.org/sections/13.7/2016/03/02/468875167/why-do-wild-chimpanzees-throw-stones-at-trees 2.)www.scientificamerican.com/article/mysterious-chimpanzee-behavior-may-be-evidence-of-sacred-rituals/? Requirements: Include a thesis statement that outlines argument, have at least 3 lines of evidence to support your argument, at least one example from either the "Monkey in the Mirror"(Actually the movies just show a monkey whether or not see a red mark on his forehead when he stand a front of a mirror and use experiment for demonstration the monkey or primates animal may have self consciousness) movie or the clips about Koko, and cite all sources. The attachment is "Grading Rubric"
Is giving non-human primates personhood anthropocentric? Name Course Institution/Affiliation Date Is giving non-human primates personhood anthropocentric? According to Akrivopoulou (2017), anthropocentrism is the viewpoint that human beings are the most significant entities in the universe. It advocates that human beings are superior to nature and that human life has intrinsic valu