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A moral case for eating meat?

Comparing meat-eating to Christian virtue ethics, Grist’s food writer, Nathanael Johnson, tries to find arguments in favor of meat-eating as a moral choice.

Johnson notes that, as yet, there is no book which makes an opposing case to Peter Singer’s “Animal Liberation”, but starting with a 2012 essay contest moderated by Ariel Kaminer in the New York Times, explores a number of arguments which he finds unsatisfying. He notes that rational argument fails to hold much sway when the vast majority of people simply enjoy eating […]

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