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Dialogues on Ethical Vegetarianism

By Michael Huemer

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Two philosophy students, M and V, discuss the ethics of meat consumption. Standard arguments on both sides are reviewed, with emphasis on the argument that meat-consumption is wrong because it supports extreme cruelty. M and V also address such questions as how conflicting intuitions ought to be weighed, whether meat-eating is comparable to participating in a holocaust, why ethical arguments often fail to change our behavior even when they change our beliefs, and how an ethical vegetarian morally ought to interact with non-vegetarians.

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Marcy Wilhelm-South

Purdue University

Publication Title Between the Species
Volume 22
Issue 1
Pages 20-135
URL https://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/bts/vol22/iss1/2/
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  1. Animal roles
  2. Ethics
  3. Food animals
  4. open access
  5. Philosophy
  6. Vegetarianism and veganism
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