The move to grant non-human animals, and even non-organisms like rivers, legal personhood prompts reflection on our evolving conception of rights.
The media's treatment of recent plant-based meat rollouts fails to give the significant moral gains their due.
Many express outrage at news stories involving the poor care of pets, but the implications of our indignation often go unnoticed.
Recent experiments have put pressure on the divisions we draw between human and animals. What does it take to be a right-bearing entity?
We often define the moral community on the basis of whether a being is self-aware or not. But what happens when our scientific conceptions of consciousness change?
Animal testing is controversial, and it's because of questions ranging from consent to suffering to the 'greater good.'
How should we determine custody of companion animals in cases of divorce? Similar to child custody? California and Alaska say yes.
While scary shark movies can be fun to watch, they negatively effect our understanding the importance of sharks in their ecosystems.
Humans want to experience the beauty of dolphins, but we don't realize how much harm we might be causing them.
In times of emergency, it's often hard for families to decide what to do with their pets. What should be our moral obligations towards our domesticated animals?
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