In this video, Tyler asks why it is morally permissible to kill animals for food. He offers a few explanations that seem unsatisfactory. So, he asks you for help answering this question about animals ethics.
Professor of PhilosophyatThe University of Vermont
Tyler Doggett is most interested in ethics, philosophy of mind, early modern philosophy, and metaphysics. He mostly teaches ethics courses, including courses on altruism, food ethics, parenting ethics, and the ethics of killing various things.