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Both are about determining the normative nature of beings, one about persons slaverythe other about animals. The analogy continues between telling people to buy from those whose normative definitions regarding persons slaves they prefer, and telling people to buy from those whose normative definitions regarding animals they prefer.
Even as stated, the "harm principle" is a necessary, not a sufficient condition, for the use of state power.
And it applies to "members of a community", which farm animals really are not. But as stated by Mill, the "harm principle" is too vague to be useful, since just about anything people don't like can be and has been defined as "harm".
The "harm principle" is generally a progressive creed; libertarians subscribe to the non-aggression principle. I guess you have in mind to set apart "indirect" harm as non-agressive.
It's the liberal and progressive view of government. The NAP doesn't try to address all possible tradeoffs between society and individuals; rather, it just states that people should not initiate force against each other. Under the NAP, a libertarian society may consist of many constituent societies co-existing in the same space, each with vastly different notions of "harm", "law", and "punishment", but those constituent societies may not initiate force against each other.
I think it's not a utilitarian concept, or one that specifically deals with groups. Your spheres of justice social groups don't help in explaining the neutral status and what violates that.
A broad concept of force - or of aggression - appears equivalent to a broad concept of harm. If you will, define "harm", "force", and "aggression", respectively.
Without doubt, you say that animals are not members of any society and thus deny that the harm principle applies to them. Does the non-agression principle - which you apparently see as independent of membership status - apply? Restrict this to obvious bodily harm, to violating physical integrity.
Yes, which is why the NAP usually is taken to refer to physical violence.
I have no idea whether the "harm principle applies to animals"; I don't think the "harm principle" is even well defined. The NAP is just a shorthand that tells others what moral principles you live by; it's not a law and it doesn't derive from anything else. In order to truthfully say "I believe in the NAP" it is necessary that you believe it to be immoral to threaten or initiate violence against other human beings.
It is clearly not necessary to believe that it is immoral to initiate violence against animals; if it were, only vegetarians could claim to believe in the NAP, but clearly the way the term is used, it applies to many non-vegetarians.
Both concepts are based on the idea of negative liberty. It's not entirely clear what role autonomy more specifically: It's clearly possible to apply physical force to animals, that force restricts them in ways in which they wouldn't have been restricted and they have an aversion to that force.
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Teacher Development Interactive (TDI) TDI is an online professional development program of-fering international certiﬁ cation for English teachers. The globally recognized standard qualification for teaching English to non-native speakers is known as either a TEFL or TESOL certificate.
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