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31. Animal Ethics: Do Fish Feel Pain?
Do Fish Feel Pain? I received the following letter: While I admire Richard Swinburne a great deal as a philosopher, he probably needs a fact checker when he speaks outside his discipline. Fish brains are like
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32. Animal Ethics: Fish Farming
Fish Farming Here is a New York Times story about Fish farming—in the Israeli desert! According to the story, "Fish farming . . . has become more lucrative worldwide as people seek more Fish in their
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33. Transcription | The Superior Human? – 2012 documentary about anthropoc...
its consumers. So, if a big fish eats a smaller fish, the population of smaller fish will typically have at least ten times more bio-mass than the population of the big fish. And, if the smaller fish survive by eating algae, the algae population
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34. Ethics and the New Animal Liberation Movement, by Peter Singer
Consequently, to kill a fish is not to prevent the fulfillment of any plans, or at least not of any long-range future plans. This does not, I stress, mean that it is all right, or morally trivial,
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