Moral Vegetarianism, Part 9 of 13
JULY 7, 2009
So, even if animals are killed painlessly and raised for food in humane ways, it is wrong to kill them. It is also probable that very subnormal adult human beings do not. On this analysis of right, then, many animals and some human beings may well not have the right to life although most human beings and some animals do have such a right. KBJ: Martin forgot about the human beings who lack a right to life, including infants.