Category Archives: Animals

Nonhumans Can Judge Human Cooperation and Reciprocity

Most of us have a common sense to prefer to deal with others who demonstrate that they are fair, reasonable and can possibly be helpful as a result. Those who demonstrate unfairness and irrationality tend to be people that will not help us find solutions because they are incapable of doing so. People who display harmful intentions, outright harmful actions, […]

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Pets Can Provide More Companionship to Children than Siblings

There is a growing body of research that indicates a broad network of relationships is better for children, rather than a sole focus on parent-child interactions. Pets — our fellow animal companions — are included in that network of relationships. Since other interactions are important, what about interactions with the nonhuman animal companion that is a member of the family? […]

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Disabled Rooster Helps At-Risk Children

A rooster in a wheelchair? Yes, that’s right. Louise is no ordinary bird. The rooster was misnamed due to being falsely identified as a hen. sourceWhy does that matter? Because most baby roosters have no use in an industry that exploits chickens for their eggs in order to make money. Louise’s life would have been extinguished as a result, but […]

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Humans and the Animal Kingdom – An Emotional Kinship

Animals are all part of the animal kingdom. That’s why it’s called the animal kingdom. We are kin (etymology). There is much in common, despite the differences. Just as there are differences in human races and individuals, there are many commonalities as well. I’m going to provide some information about characteristics and components that animals share in common, relating to […]

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Living, Experience, Action, Choice, Emotion

We, humans, create words to reflect reality. The naked eye for discerning reality can clearly see there is a fundamental difference between plant life and animal life, at the very least. Here are some discernible classes of living things we have come to understand with the help of technological instruments. Can this reality of differences in life forms be seen […]

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The Moral Baseline for the Right Way

“Veganism” is the moral baseline, the starting line, not the end line. Ok? Start from the base foundation that is required. Work your way there to build right. All the “truthers” and “light occultists” who are looking into occulted reality and missing the obvious immorality against animals, are working on the finish line to end slavery… err… human only slavery, […]

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Trivium/Natural Law, Veganism, and New Age

Also a Critique of Post-New Age Carnism Artwork (above) by Wenzel Peter Dedicated to ALL SENTIENT BEINGS, a Message of Love and Truth By Jana Espiritu Santo (contact: janaespiritusanto@gmail.com/FB: Jana Esp) Truth, Morality and First Principles Socrates was the first known philosopher to link Truth with Goodness/Morality, as integrated universal principles. Following, his student Plato united moral development and intellectual […]

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