USD Hosts Ethics Law and Society Lecture
The title of the lecture is “The Horrific History of Comparisons between Cognitive Disability and Animality (and How to Move Past It).”
Crary’s talk combines a call for extreme caution in the use of animal comparisons with a defense of equal human dignity that acknowledges moral fellowship between human beings—whatever the level or nature of their cognitive endowments—and non-human animals.
The lecture is free and open to the public.
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