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Are Humans fundamentally different from other animals?
Humans are fundamentally different from other animals.
Humans are physically and biologically unique.
Humans are intellectually superior to other beings on Earth.
Humans have ethics, morals, and spiritual beliefs.
Humans have a sense of self-awareness and individual identity.
Although on a biological continuum with other animals, it is humans' unique combination of features (embodied form, idealizing imagination, cumulative culture and tools, language, advanced cognition, etc) that set them distinctly apart from other animals.
Culture and technology differentiates humans from animals.
Promoting this might be mistaken for the belief that we are superior or better than other species, and that we have a right to decide for them, even though we are not and we do not.
Humans do not have enough comprehension about animals' language and reasoning to know for certain whether humans are fundamentally different from animals.
The traits regarded as fundamentally human are actually extensions of non-fundamental traits.
Depends in which way, regarding appearance, we are quite similar to certain primates. If it is regarding behaviour, we still have many natural instincts and reflexes, just like animals do.
All animals are fundamentally different from each other.
Are Humans Evil?
Should Human Life Be Valued Above Animal Life?
Humans are primarily driven by self-interest.