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Should Human Life Be Valued Above Animal Life?
Human life should be valued above animal life in the case that only one can be preserved.
Humans make the most valuable contributions to the world and therefore should be valued above animals.
Value is a uniquely human capability. If we use a more concrete metric, such as the betterment of our species, we can see that it is objectively better to value human lives over animals.
Humans should be valued over animals, as we are the only ones capable of caring for Earth and resolving the damage we've done.
Humans have a moral duty to protect human lives over the lives of animals.
Human lives are superior to animal lives and therefore should be valued above them.
Some human cultures and religions value animal lives above their own.
Humans cause more harm than good to the environment, so animals should be preserved over humans.
All life should be valued equally.
If humans perish, non-human animals will go on without us without a problem, but we require them to survive.
There are circumstances in which we must put animal lives ahead of human lives.
Should animal testing be banned?
Should Zoos Be Banned?
We have a moral duty to intervene in nature to limit animal suffering.