By Andrew F. Smith
Drawing on learn in plant technology, structures ecology, environmental philosophy, and cultural anthropology, Andrew F. Smith shatters the excellence among vegetarianism and omnivorism. The ebook outlines the results that those synthetic differences have for a way we view nutrients and ourselves as eaters.
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And this suggests, quite problematically from the viewpoint of ontological vegetarians, that they owe their lives to the fact that they are edible for us. Ontological vegans take the further step of rejecting any use of animals whatsoever (Plumwood 2000, 297). Carol Adams serves as an exemplar of ontological veganism, Plumwood contends. Adams emphasizes that humans do not need to prey on other animals to survive. Indeed, there is nothing the least bit Animism 43 natural about the systematic torture and slaughter of billions of beings via “the grossly inhumane institutions of the animalindustrial complex” (1993, 200), Adams proclaims.
Shoot “your four-legged brother” in the hindquarters to slow him down without killing him, the father advises. When he has fallen, look into his eyes, which convey his suffering. Take in his experience; feel his pain. Then use a sharp knife to cut his throat so that he dies quickly. As you do so, ask your brother for forgiveness. Offer prayers of thanks for his sacrifice and promise to return to the earth when you die so that you can nourish the land, the plants, and ultimately other four-legged brethren.
Instead, it should make us receptive to the fact that killing is part of living (Jensen 2000, 175); nutritional exchange is a necessary condition for ecological health. Each and every living being is a natural-born killer and natural-born food. Going a step further than Mancuso, we all evolved to be eaten as well as to eat. 12 Plant Sentience 37 The expansionary sentientist thus embraces a form of vegetarianism that emphasizes respect for and responsibility to our distant green relatives. The moral defense of vegetarianism on expansionary sentientist grounds remains true to the principles of moral standing without turning a blind eye to the fact that there is no complete escape from doing harm when it comes to eating.