Rhetorical Analysis Of All Animals Are Equal

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In the article, All Animals Are Equal, author Peter Singer asserts that we ought to give the same admiration to the lives of non-human creatures as we provide for the lives of people that all creatures, human and non-human, are equal. In the article Singer argues 3 different points. Equity, moral thoughts, and moral importance. Singer starts shows equity by explaining how decency does not require measures up to rights. For example, he talks on how puppies are not equal being that they do not really know what voting is and they do not have a benefit to vote. Secondly, he talks on how being able to experience things like pleasure and pain is a criterion of moral importance. He talks on the example if ow animals feel pain just as much as humans.
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