The Problem of Animals in Ortega and Wittgenstein
Antoni Defez
Universitat de Girona
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-7039-8224
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This paper is devoted to analyse the problem of animals in Ortega y Gasset and the mature Wittgenstein philosophies. The main conclusion is we should prefer the approach of Wittgenstein because it affords a discontinuous continuity picture -a degree continuity- between animals and human beings that explains better our epistemic and moral attributions to animals.

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