.Tom Regan says that we all have equal inherent value by virtue of being ‘experiencing subjects of a life’. What does it mean to be an ‘experiencing subject of a life’? Do you think that being the subject of a life means that one has equal inherent value? Does it follow from that view that animals should be given rights to life and freedom?

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Remember, please, that you only have to make ONE initial post for the discussion, and then three other different posts on three other different days (i.e., four posts across four days all together; of course, you can do more!) One approach is to do your initial post — which should be about 300-350 words — then respond to two other students’ initial posts, and then respond to at least one person who has responded to you (making a total of about 600 words by the end). (The ‘four days’ requirement is undoubtedly a response to the tendency, in the past, of many people to do almost all the posts on a Sunday or Monday.) Here is the prompt, which you do NOT have to repeat in your postings; everybody can read it here:

1.Tom Regan says that we all have equal inherent value by virtue of being ‘experiencing subjects of a life’. What does it mean to be an ‘experiencing subject of a life’? Do you think that being the subject of a life means that one has equal inherent value? Does it follow from that view that animals should be given rights to life and freedom?

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