About Alice Crary

Alice Crary is Chair of the Philosophy Department at the New School for Social Research in New York City. She discusses these topics at greater length in “Inside Ethics: On the Demands of Moral Thought” (Harvard, 2015), where, in addition to considering human beings, she argues that merely being an animal is relevant to moral thought.
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Being Human Matters
9 years ago

Being Human Matters

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Today the classical idea that people merit solicitude simply in virtue of being human – or, more succinctly, that bare humanity is morally important – is on the defensive. It …
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