Quote 模板。 The question is not, 'can they reason?' nor, 'can they talk?' but 'can they suffer? ― Jeremy Bentham. (由 Visual Paradigm Online 的Quote軟件製作)
Quote 模板。 The question is not, 'can they reason?' nor, 'can they talk?' but 'can they suffer? ― Jeremy Bentham. (由 Visual Paradigm Online 的Quote軟件製作)
Quote 模板。 The question is not, 'can they reason?' nor, 'can they talk?' but 'can they suffer? ― Jeremy Bentham. (由 Visual Paradigm Online 的Quote軟件製作)
Quote 模板。 The question is not, 'can they reason?' nor, 'can they talk?' but 'can they suffer? ― Jeremy Bentham. (由 Visual Paradigm Online 的Quote軟件製作)
Quote 模板。 The question is not, 'can they reason?' nor, 'can they talk?' but 'can they suffer? ― Jeremy Bentham. (由 Visual Paradigm Online 的Quote軟件製作)
Quote 模板。 The question is not, 'can they reason?' nor, 'can they talk?' but 'can they suffer? ― Jeremy Bentham. (由 Visual Paradigm Online 的Quote軟件製作)

The question is not, 'can they reason?' nor, 'can they talk?' but 'can they suffer? ― Jeremy Bentham.

The Classic Animal Rights Quote

The question is not, 'can they reason?' nor, 'can they talk?' but 'can they suffer? ― Jeremy Bentham.

What is Animal Rights?

Animal rights is the philosophy according to which many or all sentient animals have moral worth that is independent of their utility for humans, and that their most basic interests—such as in avoiding suffering— should be afforded the same consideration as similar interests of human beings. Broadly speaking, and particularly in popular discourse, the term "animal rights" is often used synonymously with "animal protection" or "animal liberation". More narrowly, "animal rights" refers to the idea that many animals have fundamental rights to be treated with respect as individuals—rights to life, liberty, and freedom from torture that may not be overridden by considerations of aggregate welfare.

Click here to read this quote book.

The Classic Animal Rights Quote

Jeremy Bentham (15 February 1748 – 6 June 1832) was an English philosopher, jurist, and social reformer regarded as the founder of modern utilitarianism.

Bentham defined as the "fundamental axiom" of his philosophy the principle that "it is the greatest happiness of the greatest number that is the measure of right and wrong." He became a leading theorist in Anglo-American philosophy of law, and a political radical whose ideas influenced the development of welfarism. He advocated individual and economic freedoms, the separation of church and state, freedom of expression, equal rights for women, the right to divorce, and (in an unpublished essay) the decriminalising of homosexual acts. He called for the abolition of slavery, capital punishment and physical punishment, including that of children. He has also become known as an early advocate of animal rights.Though strongly in favour of the extension of individual legal rights, he opposed the idea of natural law and natural rights (both of which are considered "divine" or "God-given" in origin), calling them "nonsense upon stilts." Bentham was also a sharp critic of legal fictions.

編輯此模板
Quotes Template Specifications:
可定制的:
This quote template can be personalized to fit your need. You can replace and add photos, edit and add extra text, edit the style and more.
Dominant Color
Palette
Dimension
850 x 1100 px