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This assertion is saying that there are differences between animals and humans and because of those differences we should have different rights Humans already have more rights than animals and it is ridiculous how no one even recognizes it For example humans go hunting all the time and dont even think twice about it What I am saying is on the news you never hear about a deer killing a hunter because it just doesnt happen It is not the deers nature to kill a human when we have done nothing wrong to it And the same should work both ways for humans as it does for animals When animals have done nothing wrong to us there is no need for us to grab a gun and just go shooting and murdering innocent animals I believe that humans and animals should have the same rights to an extent but not to the point where it is out of control As of right now humans have so many more rights than animals You have to stay within limits when you are talking about humans and animal rights You cant say that animals should get to vote or anything like that because it is absurd But you can say that humans cant kill deer without justifiable cause Guthrie claims it is impractical to look beyond the human community meaning that anything other than humans are lower than we are He states that we are the highest form of being and if we want to murder cattle to feed ourselves when we have more than enough resources that it is ok for us to get greedy and want more than we need Guthrie states that giving another organism the status of moral body and amoral body simultaneously leads us into what is known as Schweitzers dilemma Schweitzer considered each organism as an individual who at all costs would be saved under all causes if at all
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