Animal Sentience 5 (29) (2020)

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Simon Fitzpatrick
John Carroll University
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Mikhalevich & Powell are to be commended for challenging the “invertebrate dogma” that invertebrates are unworthy of ethical concern. However, developing an evolutionarily inclusive ethics requires facing some of the more radical implications of rejecting hierarchical scala naturae and human-centered conceptions of the biological world. In particular, we need to question the anthropocentric assumptions that still linger in discussions like these.
Keywords Animal ethics  Animal sentience  Animal cognition
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