The standard narrative tells a story of the increasing merit of materialistic causes. All of this allegedly occurs in a series of inevitable stages.
In reality, programmers don’t leave souls out of robots because they don’t find them useful; they simply and obviously have no idea how to insert them.
If a squirrel or mushroom and all other earthly entities somehow possess rights, the vibrancy of rights withers.
The “nature rights” movement continues to spread — with little resistance because people don’t take it seriously.
Obviously, life begins at conception. With the fusion of the sperm and the egg, a new human life begins.