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of utilitarianism the view, in its simplest form, that an act is right if it leads to the "greatest happiness of the greatest number a phrase first used in 1776 by Jeremy Bentham. A b c Salt 1894, chapter. Finally, it is not an accident that we have used the word helplessness to describe the behavior of dogs in our laboratory. The opinions regarding animals and their rights greatly vary. Rights from Wrongs: A Secular Theory of the Origins of Rights, 2004,. Earth and over every creeping things that creeps on the Earth" (Gen.
341./ 1 2 Singer, Peter. "Animal Rights Groups and Ecology Militants Make DHS Terrorist List, Right-Wing Vigilantes Omitted", Congressional Quarterly, March 25, 2005. 4 Philosophy Edit Animal rights is the concept that all or some animals are entitled to possess their own lives; that they are deserving of, or already possess, certain moral rights; and that some basic rights for animals ought to be enshrined in law. " Support for Animal Rights as a Function of Belief in Evolution, Religious Fundamentalism, and Religious Denomination Archived motor Car Industries at the Wayback Machine. 37 Social contract arguments do not address the problem of animals acting as if they have entered into such contracts with others of their species. Retrieved December 10, 2015. Animals, Men and Morals: An Inquiry into the Maltreatment of Non-humans Seligman,.E. Some activists also make a distinction between sentient or self-aware animals and other life forms, with the belief that only sentient animals, or perhaps only animals who have a significant degree of self-awareness, should be afforded the right to possess their own lives and bodies.