Common Arguments for the Moral Acceptability of Eating Meat: A Discussion for Students

  • Dan Lowe
  • Published 2016

Abstract

This paper is a teaching tool which instructors of animal ethics may assign to students to help them evaluate those students’ most frequent arguments for the moral acceptability of eating meat. Specifically, the paper examines (and finds inadequate) the arguments that eating meat is morally acceptable because it is (1) historically widespread, (2) necessary… (More)

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@inproceedings{Lowe2016CommonAF, title={Common Arguments for the Moral Acceptability of Eating Meat: A Discussion for Students}, author={Dan Lowe}, year={2016} }