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Eat Like You Care: An Examination of the Morality of Eating Animals

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2013

    This is one of those potentially world changing books, so make s

    This is one of those potentially world changing books, so make sure you don't miss out.  Anyone alive on the planet today who can read this ought to.  The topic of the ethics of eating other animals is alive and growing in our societies today, and no one yet has addressed it as effectively or as clear-headed as Gary Francione and Anna Charlton have in this book.  Don't miss out on joining your voice to this important social dialogue.  No matter your perceived position about humans place in the world, whether you are vegan, not vegan, 'vegetarian', anti-vegan or simply thought you were no even interested in this subject before - this book will open your eyes to a brand new way of thinking, a way for a profound and positive change to occur in all our lives.  No matter your background, age, personal beliefs, religion, atheism, employment or financial status - this book will change your life and you will re-examine everything you ever believed in a new clear way.  Don't miss out on this or you may be left behind.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2014

    A must for understanding what out diet is about!

    If you ever eat, you must read this book. Those who have hardened their hearts to our modern day food processing may not be troubled, but anyone with compassion will be forced to once again look at his/her priorities in this life.

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