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What is Peter Singer`s utilitarian approach to animal liberation, as discussed in "All Animals Are Equal" and "Utilitarianism and Vegetarianism"?

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Environmental Ethics

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What is Peter Singer`s utilitarian approach to animal liberation, as discussed in "All Animals Are Equal" and "Utilitarianism and Vegetarianism"? [Be sure to include discussion of major concepts including the principle of utility, equal moral consideration, and speciesism.]

What are the major weaknesses of utilitarianism, according to Tom Regan? 

How does Regan defend a view of animal rights? [Again, be sure to explain major concepts such as "inherent value" and "equal respect."] 

Which of them, do you think, has a stronger argument to defend the good of and for animals



please answer all of the question above in a single essay format. I will upload all the needed sources/documents (Peter Singer, Tom regan)



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Environmental Ethics Student Institutional Affiliation Course/ Number Lecturer Date: Singer argues out that the liberation for animals is a kind of mindset which should be rethought. It needs a bit of rethinking and reinterpretation of the fundamental principle of equality. He believes in the utmost equality of all animals, human and non-human animals at such. He emphasizes the need to have a mental switch by respecting one’s attitudes and practices towards an enormous group of beings. He vividly compares the rights for women and their liberation and ostensibly equates the same to horses and dogs that need the same consideration. He brings out the misconception that many people hold against non- human animals. They believe such animals are not capable of reasoning and hence the negligence and cruelty directed towards them. He uses the concept of voting where many argue that, for instance, a dog may not be abl

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