The authors of this article, Andrew Linzey, director of the
Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics and a member of the faculty of
theology at the University of Oxford, and Adrian Morrison, professor
emeritus of behavioral neuroscience at the University of
Pennsylvania's School of Veterinary Medicine, defend their arguments
about animal suffering. Rev. Linzey believes that animal suffering
should be a moral concern and avoided when possible. On the other
hand, Dr. Morrison, believes that the difference between humans an
animals, make enough of a case to support the use of animals in
order to improve the lives of humans and other species.
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Is it ever right for animals to suffer?
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