Ethics question?

Animal rights activists waged a highly effective campaign against the practice of seal hunting, an activity that constituted the heart of Canadian Inuit culture and identity. The campaign devastated the Inuit economy and created a host of health, social, and cultural problems for them. Whose moral outlook would... show more Animal rights activists waged a highly effective campaign against the practice of seal hunting, an activity that constituted the heart of Canadian Inuit culture and identity. The campaign devastated the Inuit economy and created a host of health, social, and cultural problems for them. Whose moral outlook would likely be kinder to the Inuit on this issue?
A. Aquinas’s
B. Peter Singer’s
C. Tom Regan’s
D. a combination of Singer’s and Regan’s
3 answers 3