The Inconsistent Vegetarian

@inproceedings{Kooi2010TheIV,
  title={The Inconsistent Vegetarian},
  author={M. E. Kooi},
  year={2010}
}
Vegetarians are often charged with inconsistency. They are told that, if they refrain from meat consumption, they should also refrain from the consumption of all animal products. The central question this paper addresses is whether the requirement of consistency means that vegetarians should become vegans. It is argued that if a vegetarian is motivated by arguments that focus on animals, she is indeed inconsistent and should become a vegan. 

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