Tuesday, August 07, 2012

Montaigne on Animals

"And so that people will not laugh at this sympathy that I have with [animals], Theology herself orders us to show some favor in their regard; and considering that one and the same master has lodged us in this place for his service, and that they, like ourselves, are of his family, she is right to enjoin upon us some respect and affection toward them."

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