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SILLY GOOSE

The Ethics of Eating Non-Human Animals

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Do a pack of lions think about the ethics of taking down and devouring a wildebeest?

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I will probably continue eating meat until they can perfect lab-grown meat.

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I feel sorry for people who don't eat meat. Meat is almost always the most delicious part of any meal. Oh yeah and it is also a proven fact that people that eat meat have larger brains than people who don't.

Oh yeah and before any of the vegans or vegetarians get upset about me saying they have smaller brains. Feel free to look it up.

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I eat meat because it tastes delicious and has outstanding nutrition. If we don't eat the terrorizer animals, then they will eat us.

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it's pretty widly accepted that the human brain only grew to the size it is now because of cooking/eating meat. By cooking the meat, our bodies didnt need as much energy to process the food, so more energy was used to make the brain larger.

BTW: I'm a member of PETA.

People Eating Tastey Animals.

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3) I want to dicuss standard cases e.g. going to the grocery store to buy animal meat for your BBQ and to a lesser extent, localally sourced animal meat.

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Humans have always consumed meat. I see no problems whatsoever as far as others eating meat. I also see no problem with others avoiding meat in their diet. Live and let nom. There are places in the world where people would just like to eat at all, we can comfortably nitpick what to eat. I'd say we have it pretty good.

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This is the second time in the past couple of weeks that someone's felt the need to post "non-human" in front of animals...

I'm seeing some cannibalistic traits in some posters.

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2) I am not absolutely against eating non-human animals i.e. there are contexts where killing and eating or eating a non-human animal are ethically justified
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My favourite part of the meat is the meat part of the meat.

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my problem isn't with meat but rather the ways in which it is produced. i have a problem with animals being in tiny pens. then feeding them unnatural diets and pills(eg. Oradexon) to make them fatter. there is space available to keep these animals. they do not need chemicals which can transfer through the meat into humans.

that being said i'm too poor to buy my own meat as i am in school and living off my father. so who am i to crap on others for something i do nothing about myself.

also, manufacturing meat in a lab is just ripe for disaster.

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are you trying to say I buy meat from a local ally (most of my allies are from zaire)

or at a local alley????

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My only ethic is to only eat vegitarian animals. (And that's because eating carnivores is dangerous from a pathogen standpoint).

No reason you couldn't eat vegetarians!

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