56 min

Michael Huemer on Animal Welfare: Self in Society #3 Self in Society Podcast

    • Philosophy

Philosopher Michael Huemer discusses his book, "Dialogues on Ethical Vegetarianism," focusing on the problem of the severe suffering of most animals currently raised for their flesh, skin, milk, or eggs. He also discusses the difference between a strict vegan diet and a diet that includes bivalves and potentially lab-grown meat; the alternative strategy of reducing one's consumption of animal products; the problem of social conformity; and more.
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Philosopher Michael Huemer discusses his book, "Dialogues on Ethical Vegetarianism," focusing on the problem of the severe suffering of most animals currently raised for their flesh, skin, milk, or eggs. He also discusses the difference between a strict vegan diet and a diet that includes bivalves and potentially lab-grown meat; the alternative strategy of reducing one's consumption of animal products; the problem of social conformity; and more.
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56 min