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Huemer Replies on the Ethical Treatment of Animals

(October 13, 2016 12:01 AM, by Bryan Caplan) Guest post by Mike Huemer begins... now.My response to Bryan Caplan, on the ethical treatment of animals: As far as I understand it, Bryan's argument is something like this: 1. Killing bugs isn't wrong. Sub-argument: 1a. Even animal rights advocates... (0 COMMENTS)
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