Neo-vegan perspectives – 1
Why Animal Rights can’t be treated as secondary to Human Rights
Let’s assume we can’t overcome human conflicts, and let’s assume we do not want to consider animal rights and environmental issues as ways in which we could also find fundamentally better approaches to conflict solution, because there doesn’t really exist an openness in the viewpoints of the majority to allow new or different perspectives on what’s to be considered as relevant and ‘sense-possessing’.
Animal Rights, even if not considered as touching a sphere of meaningful phenomena, is objectively not a secondary concern.
This is so, since the fact that human persons relegate animal individuals into “irrelevance”, as a sector created for the nature-animal complex, doesn’t hold any factual account for the leakage we can call an obvious one if we look at:
A) the grade of destruction aggravated by any forms of speciesism (and homocentrism respectively)
And B) the essential bond of the human notion of ideal justice in the moral practice lived by societies (idealism) with the natural and the animal world; and the unknown factors reciprocal of nature and animals overall as they display themselves back to human society (the other intelligence – designed by life basically).