“All Animals are Equal” by Singer – (i) elaborate Singer’s argument in this piece

“All Animals are Equal” by Singer – (i) elaborate Singer’s argument in this piece; (ii) outline three issues not referenced in the textbook to argue that Singer’s argument suffers from tensions/confusions/problems; and (iii) defend Singer’s argument on three grounds not offered by Singer himself or by the textbook.

“All Animals are Equal” by Singer – (i) elaborate Singer’s argument in this piece

Choose two of the following: answer in paragraph form for each part of the questions.
6) “All Animals are Equal” by Singer – (i) firstly, elaborate Singer’s argument in this piece; (ii) Secondly, outline three issues not referenced in the textbook to argue that Singer’s argument suffers from tensions/confusions/problems; and (iii) thirdly, defend Singer’s argument on three grounds not offered by Singer himself or by the textbook.

7) “Animal Citizenship” by Donaldson and Kymlicka – (i) firstly, elaborate the authors’ argument in this piece; (ii) secondly, outline three issues not referenced in the textbook to argue that the authors’ argument suffers from tensions/confusions/problems; and (iii) thirdly, defend the authors’ argument on three grounds not offered by the authors themselves or by the textbook.

8) “Should Trees Have Standing? Toward Legal Rights for Natural Objects” by Stone – (i) firstly, elaborate Stone’s argument in this piece; (ii) secondly, outline three issues not referenced in the textbook to argue that Stone’s argument suffers from tensions/confusions/problems; and (iii) thirdly, defend Stone’s argument on three grounds not offered by Stone himself.

9) “The Biocentric Outlook on Nature” by Taylor (Section IV – The Denial of Human Superiority) – (i) elaborate Taylor’s argument in this section; (ii) outline three issues not referenced in the textbook to argue that Taylor’s fourth section suffers from tensions/confusions/problems; and (iii) defend Taylor’s argument in his fourth section on three grounds not offered by either Taylor or the textbook.

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