In a world of bioethicists who primarily eschew the sanctity/equality of life ethic, Fordham University’s Charles Camosy is a refreshing ethicist worthy of the title.
A report presents shocking evidence of horrific human-rights abuses, including from witness testimony, analyses of public records, and reviewing of scholarly reports.
A philosopher and a bioethicist want a “Jane Goodall” to come forward as “an ambassador for rats.”
This kind of thinking drives me nuts. First, we don’t treat animals as mere things or as being akin to inanimate objects.
Consider: Children — no matter how “mature” — cannot buy cigarettes or give consent to being tattooed.