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Philosophy
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PHL283H5
Professor
Dan
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Summer

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PHL283H5S August 6thClass 9Animal ExperimentationI INTRODUCTIONSome Ethical QuestionsIs harmful nontherapeutic use of other animals in experiments and research morally permissible If so under what conditions For what purposes And using which animalsIs the current legal and regulative framework in Canada justified Or is reform neededDifferent Types of Animal Use and ExperimentationMedicineTest subjects for drugs experimental procedures surgeries medical devicesToxicity testsModels for diseaseUsed for partsUsed for production ex insulinMedical trainingOther Forms of Animal ExperimentationBasic researchTesting of cosmetics cleaners household productsMilitary experimentsAnimal ExperimentationU of T 115 million animals are used in laboratory experiments worldwide 33 million in Canada 2010 90 thousandU of TWho is being used at U of TMice58 Rats22 Fish14 Other6 rabbits hamsters guinea pigs amphibians and reptilesSome Facts about AnimalsAnimal consciousnessAnimal painWays Animals are HarmedPhysical pain and sufferingPsychological sufferingDeprivations ex denial of space and conditions to express natural and social behaviorsBeing KilledDeathII ARGUMENTS IN FAVOR OF ANIMAL EXPERIMENTATION1
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