is in Dallas and Iman lives in London Canada. This weblog is a
place to share our idea with our friends. We would like to talk about many
interesting subjects like philosophy, Anthropology, Human Rights,
Religion, Ethics, Medicine (especially surgery), Science and Music..
One of the issues I like to know different standpoints about is where we have got our human rights . As humans, we have entitled ourselves the right to stop the lives of plants and animals for our own benefit or destoy them when they mess with ours , and we know this as our inalienable right. Even the Green Party's final beneficiary is human. Can any man-made philosophy give an answer to this? Is it the pain that a highly evolved animal goes through what makes such an experiment immoral in the eye of some , or life itself is the essence , and if it's life that matters , then what's the difference between a frog in biology lab and the mouse that suffers pain, but if it's only our interest as humans that matters, then where have we got this right.(written by Farid)
Posted:Monday, January 27, 2003 |