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Question 1 1. Foer is asking people to: a. Defend the rights of animals b. Stop buying factory-farmed meat c. Stop eating meat d. All of these Question 2 1. Regan is against a. Eating animals b. Experimenting on animals c. All of these d. Hunting animals Question 3 1. Cohen is against a. Eating animals b. Experimenting on animals c. Neglecting your pets d. None of these Question 4 1. Kant believes that a. Animals are our instruments b. All of these c. We should not be unnecessarily cruel to animals d. If you are cruel to animals, you will be cruel to people. Question 5 1. Speciesists defend their position by pointing to a relevantdifference between species. According to Cohen, the relevant difference betweenhumans and other animals is that humans: a. Have reason b. Care for each other c. Experience pain d. Are part of a moral community Question 6 1. Michael Pollan: a. Calls for alternatives to factory farmed meat b. Defends speciesism c. None of these d. Defends the rights of animals Question 7 1. Foer is interested in: a. All of these b. Movements to get the government to outlaw factory farms c. Informing people about how most meat gets to the market d. Defending animal rights Question 8 1. Cohen’s speciesism favors: a. All of these b. The strongest species c. Some more advanced forms within a species d. Human animals over nonhuman animals Question 9 1. Kant thinks we have no direct duties to nonhuman animalsTrueFalseQuestion 10 1. Singer insists on equal treatment for all people and animalsTrueFalseQuestion 11 1. Kant’s reason for not harming animals is that the animals sufferfrom itTrueFalseQuestion 12 1. Regan thinks animals have rights in view of the fact that: a. They are subjects of a life b. They can suffer and feel pain c. They are like us emotionally and they display some reason d. They would claim them if they could Question 13 1. Cohen thinks some people have mistakenly thought nonhumananimals to have rights because: a. Animals act in similar ways to us sometimes in terms of emotion and reason b. Both of these c. Neither of these d. They mistook the sense in which animals have intrinsic value Question 14 1. Cohen thinks being part of a moral community involves a. Having a free will b. Having a moral free will c. Making decisions d. Being able to do good things Question 15 1. Kant thinks your reason for harming an animal is relevant towhether it is wrong to harm it.TrueFalseQuestion 16 1. Kant thinks we have a direct duty to a. Animals and people b. People only c. Animals with higher intelligence and people d. People who are capable of reasoning Question 17 1. Kant thinks it’s OK to experiment on animals to advance medicineTrueFalseQuestion 18 1. Greer (from the video) argues that a. We shouldn’t treat animals cruelly b. We shouldn’t support factory farms c. We shouldn’t experiment on animals d. None of these Question 19 1. Greer (from video) thinks it’s appropriate for people to deciderights for animalsTrueFalseQuestion 20 1. Singer thinks animals should be considered in virtue of a. Their rational side b. Their capacity to suffer and enjoy life c. The fact that they have families d. Their natural places in the world Essay Questions1. Having learned about Plato’s view,egoism, relativism, the divine command theory, utilitarianism, Kant, Ayer,Moore–which seems most appealing to you if you were to choose, and why. (Thereis no correct answer to this, just an opportunity to think about what kind ofthinker you are.)2. Explain how Pollanjustifies eating meat while agreeing with Singer. (You need to explain theway in which he agrees with Singer to answer this.)3. (a) What is Foer’s mission? (b)What is Bittman’s explanation for how it is possible for factory farmingemployees to continue doing what they do?