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ur behavior towards them (as in Kant’s account). Neither focus on whether or not the actual act of cruelty itself is right or wrong morally – they are not a “moral claim on behalf of animals” (Hursthouse p.96). She concludes therefore that these views are inadequate because we have duties to humans and to animals (Hursthouse, p.97). Contractarianism in contrast does offer a better and more complete safeguard in terms of animal welfare than the indirect duties view as, whilst denying that animals have rights, it admits they feel pleasure/pain, requires us to show compassion to them, and therefore covers all cases of cruelty. Unlike the indirect duties views, this focuses on the effect animal cruelty has on animals rather than on humans. There are however various problems with this view. If feelings of pleasure/pain mean we should show compassion, then this should be to all creatures (including vermin and insects for example, against which there are no laws relating to cruelty). Also, it argues that only those who can enter into a contract have rights, and I have argued that this is not necessarily the correct measure for who or what should/shouldn’t have rights. Bibliography:->GET ANSWER Let’s block ads! (Why?)