Under what conditions might a creature to become a rights-bearer? Who should get to decide?
Is the potential threat to human life and harm done to animals enough to overcome business interests and property rights?
In what ways does our position in relation to domesticated animals place additional duties of care upon us?
What obligation do we have to restoring and preserving ecosystems and does that obligation extend to include predators?
Now is the perfect time to rethink our relationship with meat — the industry behind it and the baggage that comes with it.
As many police practices come under increasing scrutiny, we must consider the role of nonhuman animals in police forces.
The current crisis has provided a new context to evaluate our relationship to meat and the machinery that produces it. Can we justify the cost of this "vital" labor?
The current crisis should persuade us to reconsider our relationship to the natural world.
What properties or characteristics might explain our different intuitions about the edibility of nonhuman creatures?
Recent federal legislation aimed at safeguarding animal welfare and criminalizing torture and cruelty promises much and delivers little.