Steven M. Wise Talks about Legal Personhood at the IEET Conference

On December 7, 2013 Steve Wise spoke on “The Nonhuman Rights Project: The Struggle for Legal Personhood for Nonhuman Animals” at the Personhood Beyond the Human conference at Yale University.

The Personhood Beyond the Human conference was organized by the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies, the Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics at Yale University, Yale’s Animal Ethics Group and Yale’s Technology and Ethics Group.

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2 Responses to “Steven M. Wise Talks about Legal Personhood at the IEET Conference”
  1. Steve is SO inspiring. From reading his books and the legal papers and hearing him speak previously, I’m pretty familiar with these issues, but I never tire of hearing him talk about them. He’s a great story teller, which makes a great teacher, and I do believe this is the end of the beginning. I believe he will win in New York and, though it’s a small step for nonhumans, it’s a giant step for humanity. HOPE is the word.

  2. Salvo Arione says:

    This is the wind of history showing us the direction humanity needs to go. Some of us may be ready and cheering, others will resist these changes, but the time of slavery and exploitation of animals, by humans, has begun to end. And when it will end, humanity will have evolved and acquired a missing and precious freedom it lacks at the moment.

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