issue: animal research



Wednesday 3 November 2010


Animals are useless, unless humans make use of them

We have built cities, cured diseases and created art, yet some people think humans are worth no more than apes.

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Friday 2 June 2006


'Animals are less valuable than human beings'

Leading researcher John Martin tells Helene Guldberg why it is morally justifiable to cause heart attacks in rats - and why he isn’t scared of animal rights extremists.

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Friday 29 July 2005


Singer on 'speciesism': a specious argument

In his new book In Defense of Animals, Peter Singer reduces the value of human life to a tick-list of capabilities.

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Friday 26 November 2004


Stop apologising for animal experiments

We don’t need more laws against animal rights activists, but a more robust defence of animal experimentation.

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