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2012 | 12 | 2(17) | 39-49
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Kartezjańska koncepcja zwierzęcia-maszyny i jej konsekwencje

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DESCARTES’S CONCEPTION OF ANIMAL-MACHINE AND ITS CONSEQUENCES
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Descartes claims that an animal is an automaton that operates by laws of mechanics. It doesn’t think, it doesn’t feel, and, therefore, it doesn’t suffer. So animals can be exploited without a guilty conscience and scientific experiments can be carried out on them. This view, very convenient for people, has followers nowadays, too.
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