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The Essential Mary Midgley

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  1. Whom Would Animals Designate as "Persons"? On the Avoidance of Anthropocentrism and the Inclusion of Others.Elizabeth Oriel - 2014 - Journal of Evolution and Technology 24 (3):44-59.
    Humans are animals; humans are machines. The current academic and popular dialogue on extending the personhood boundary to certain non-human animal species and at the same time to machines/robots reflects a dialectic about how “being human” is defined; about how we perceive our species and ourselves in relation to the environment. While both paths have the potential to improve lives; these improvements differ in substance and in consequence. One route has the potential to broaden the anthropocentric focus within the West (...)
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