The face of the fish | Curio

The face of the fish

22 mins | Jul 12, 2020

Whether we perceive an animal to have a face is crucial in determining the moral status we grant it. They’re not cuddly, they don’t behave at all like us, yet they are sentient. Professor emeritus of biomedical sciences at Quillen College of Medicine at East Tennessee State University, Michael Woodruff, explores in Aeon magazine why fish belong in the moral community.

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From Aeon magazine