Colin Clark

Why Sentientism? Ethically aligned to the idea. I apply strong logical rationale, trying to avoid emotional bias. Colin on FaceBook

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Kathy Zuckerman

I believe I have always believed that all living creatures are sentient. I don’t remember a time when I didn’t know this. Early memories are not reliable so I can’t say that I have ALWAYS believed/known this.

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Clare

Animals are suffering in this world all because of humans. The world would still be a Paradise if people had more respect, compassion and empathy for the animals. They would be free and living safely without human intervention and encroachment and cruelty. We are not superior to them. They have more soul and feel all […]

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Oscar Horta

Why Sentientism?: “For all sentient beings” Oscar is an animal activist and moral philosopher who is currently a professor in the Department of Philosophy and Anthropology at the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC) and is one of the co-founders of the organization Animal Ethics. Oscar is vegan and non-religious. Oscar on Wikipedia Oscar’s Blog […]

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Mylan Engel Jr.

Why Sentientism? Because every sentient being has the capacity to be harmed, and any being with a capacity to be harmed has a moral right not to be harmed. See my “Demystifying Animal Rights” for details.

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Rosie

No sentient being is on this Earth FOR us, they are here WITH us. Their lives are no less important than ours.

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Benny Malone

Why Sentientism?: “It’s a relevant characteristic meaning I should extend moral status and consideration – sentient beings have interests that I take into account. That’s why I’m vegan.” Benny’s book “How To Argue With Vegans” @BennymaloneUK

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Christine Rose

You can’t argue with reason and compassion based logic that says we should treat all life forms that are self aware and can feel pain in ways that help them flourish and avoid suffering. Christine on FaceBook Christine’s Writing on Local Matters artbychristinerose.com Christine’s Tumblr Blog

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Alene Anello

Alene is the President and Founder of Legal Impact for Chickens. She graduated from Harvard Law School, clerked for a federal judge and then started litigating for animals. She has worked at People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), the Animal Legal Defense Fund, and The Good Food Institute. Alene is licensed to practice […]

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Chaitanya Talreja

Chaitanya is Assistant Professor at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) in the Centre for Regulatory Policy and Governance. He has a PhD in Economics. Chaitanya’s research interests include economic development strategies in the global south, structural change, economic development and regulatory policy, urban economics, and non-anthropocentric strategies/alternatives to anthropocentric value systems in progress […]

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Isabella

Now there is a term for what I’ve always believed since I was a small child – Sentientism! Yay!

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Carol Gigliotti

Carol is an author, artist, animal activist and scholar whose work focuses on the reality of animals’ lives as important contributors to the biodiversity of this planet. She is Professor Emerita of Design and Dynamic Media and Critical and Cultural Studies at the Emily Carr University of Design, Vancouver, BC. CANADA. Her most recent book […]

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Jorge Ortiz (Jorgenio Selenio)

We MUST support only the sentientist Artificial Intelligence projects or otherwise machines view us like animals and use us only how resources for his proposal, Sentientism is important to make a better world because we have sufficent resources to not generate unnecesary suffering. Jorge on YouTube

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Nathaniel

The universe has no obligation to make sense to us or to aid us in our search for and actualization of good. Sentience itself wasn’t evolved out of any good will towards us subjects but as an instrument of Nature to keep on replicating. As beings capable of self reflection and radical transformation of our […]

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Gustavo

I’m a sentientist because we should not be inflicting, without necessity, great suffering upon others. It is that simple. We should instead try to reduce and minimize the amount of suffering — no matter who is the being who’s suffering — through, among other things, cultivating unbounded reason and unlimited compassion. Gustavo’s Freethought Commands YouTube

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Jackie Norman

“Even when I was deeply entrenched in the dairy and beef industries for almost two decades before becoming a vegan activist, it was impossible to deny or discount the personalities, emotions and the ability to feel and most of all suffer. We are all animals, we are all equal and none of us should be […]

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Dean Edmonds

I have always been jarred by the differences in how we treat our fellow humans vs how we treat other sentient beings. As I matured I began to form my own set of beliefs, that our worth should not be defined by whether we are “human,” but rather, our sentience. My dog is sentient, and […]

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Ana

I’m a Sentientist because I believe in science and morality for the benefit of all sentient beings.

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