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Since ancient times philosophers have asked questions about how human beings differ from other animals. Vegetarianism on moral grounds is not a new phenomenon: some Ancient Greeks refused to eat meat. Nevertheless, for several thousand years, the dominant view has been that animals are there for humans to do with as we see fit

[Philisophy: The basics]

What does "to do with" mean? Does it mean "to use"?

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    In effect, yes. "Humans can do whatever they like with animals". do with = treat. Aug 23 at 7:18

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