On the basis of class readings what might Bentham and Aristotle say of a personwho takes pleasure in dog fighting
Read two articles on memory than summarize the finding from each with 750-1,000 words
January 25, 2019
Human sex paper
January 25, 2019

On the basis of class readings what might Bentham and Aristotle say of a personwho takes pleasure in dog fighting

On the basis of class readings what might Bentham and Aristotle say of a personwho takes pleasure in dog fighting? a) Bentham: “To enjoy torturing animals is wrong; and we should only take pleasure in the right things. Aristotle: “A person should refrain from all vices, such as dog fighting, regardless of whether he would enjoy it.” b) Bentham: “To inflict pain upon animals might be justified if the audience takes great pleasure in it.” Aristotle: “To engage in vice is wrong; for whatever pleasure it brings, the pleasure is less fulfilling than the pleasure connected to virtue. c) Bentham: “It is bad for the animal if it is tortured. But the act of torture is made less bad by the fact that this person took pleasure in it.” Aristotle: “If people take pleasure in dogfighting, then the practice is actually virtuous.” d) Bentham: “It is bad for the animal if it is tortured. The pleasure experienced by the person torturing the animal is irrelevant to whether the act of torturing the animal is good or bad.” Aristotle: “It is not virtuous to torture animals, and the act is made worse by the fact that the person enjoyed doing it.” e) Bentham: “Torturing an animal is neither right nor wrong because animals do not have rights.” Aristotle: "It is not virtuous to torture animals, but the act of torture is made less lamentable by the fact that this person took pleasure in it.”

 

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