Pollen Vs Singer

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Both Pollen and Singer share similar perspectives on the notion that mankind is the main cause for the injustices towards animal life, yet Pollen takes it one step further by claiming that “Animals are one of us”. Even though Singer like Pollen, understands the equal considerations of all beings (which is to avoid pain and suffering), his opinion emphasizes what us humans need to change. Focusing on human dignity, human rights and “speciesism”, Singer never considers how humans and animals have always coexisted despite our constant predation. On the other hand, “An Animal’s Place” takes Symbiosis into account, realizing that a radical change in diet is not the only option but rather to adapt our barbaric farm factories into humane
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