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Vegetarianism, Food Selection, and the Trolley Problem (Part 2)

June 2, 2012 by

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Do stereo typical meat eaters value the lives of animals more than plants? As stated in an earlier post, I think that they do. If this is the case, then it seems that when making food selections it would be inconsistent for the meat-eater to choose animal meat over the vegetarian option assuming that they […]

Vegetarianism, Food Selection, and the Trolley Problem (Part 1)

June 1, 2012 by

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We all must eat to survive, this statement is uncontroversial. With that said, we are all forced to answer a question; (a) what should we eat? When trying to answer (a) should certain foods be off-limits? In other words, should our choices be limited by ethical concerns? I think so, and I’m sure that almost […]

Are Meat Eaters Committed to the Moral Permissibility of Cannibalism?

May 29, 2012 by

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Since becoming a vegetarian two years ago I’ve come across various justifications for why I should see eating meat as morally permissible. I have yet to be convinced that any of these proposals are morally acceptable. Here, I focus on three main justifications for eating meat and offer some responses as to why I do […]

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