Universal Subjectivism: An Ethical Theory for the 21st Century

Universal subjectivism is an ethical theory ultimately aimed at decreasing suffering and promoting happiness.

One of the greatest moral problems in the United States, as in other western countries—factory farming—could be solved simply by immediately passing a law prohibiting factory farming while simultaneously stimulating and subsidizing small-scale and environmentally friendly raising of cattle and other animals.
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