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He represents a modern version of the Stoic view of animals. The Stoic philosophers in ancient times claimed that animals were nothing more than wandering meals. In fact, they believed that animals had no senses at all. This is linked to their view on recognition. For example, they believed that to see a cat is to judge, based on what is provided by the senses, that what you see is a cat. But this judgement can be made only if you have the ability to speak. Since a dog does not have the ability to speak, it cannot see a cat, even though it has its eyes aimed at a cat.
The type of reluctance many philosophers have had—and that many still have to attributing consciousness and thinking to animals—is strange. I have no doubt that the dogs and cats that I have lived with think. However, it is not always clear to me what they think. Nevertheless, there are differences between these three cases. Mostly, I am so immediately present in myself that there is no room for doubt about what is happening in my consciousness. I can be present in my own thoughts and feelings in a way like no other, neither human nor animal.
It feels incredibly meaningful, without me being able to say clearly what that meaning consists of. I can look at the person beside me, and it may be an old friend whom I know inside out, whom I have listened to the band with since we were teenagers; and I look at his smile, the look on his face and the gestures showing that the music hits him just as deeply, so that we are able to share the experience.
Nevertheless, we will never share it completely for the simple reason that I cannot transport myself into his consciousness. The experience will always have a private quality that cannot be shared with anyone else. I am in my own thoughts and experiences in a way that no other person can ever be. As mentioned already, there is something essential about the way other people behave that causes me to see them as conscious.
They are not first and foremost seen as extended bodies which behave in such a manner that we conclude that they are conscious. Instead, we immediately see them as conscious. Normally, I can understand them almost instantly as well, although sometimes there are those who deliberately hide what is going on in their heads.
We all have thoughts and feelings which we do not share with others because we do not want to acknowledge having them. However, we can usually tell how another person is feeling, simply by looking at them; and if we are unsure, we are able to ask each other, and get a fairly clear answer. However, by interacting with animals, one can develop interpretative skills.
For example, people used to interacting with dogs cannot have failed to notice that tail-wagging often, but not always, means that the dog is happy.
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Tail-wagging can have a number of different meanings, depending on whether it is slow or fast, pointed more to the right or left, and relative to the situation. Dog owners will most often learn to interpret their dog without thinking so carefully about it. However, those same people may regret using these interpretations when encountering a cat. Anyone viewing calm tail-wagging as an expression of friendliness or pleasure, rather than irritation, runs the imminent risk of getting their hands scratched. When a dog places its head in your lap, you can be certain that it is a sign of affection.
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