OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

The Moral Complexities of Eating Meat

ISBN : 9780199353903

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¥4,917
著者: 
Ben Bramble; Bob Fischer
ページ
232 ページ
フォーマット
Hardcover
サイズ
163 x 239 mm
刊行日
2015年11月
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This volume collects twelve new essays by leading moral philosophers on a vitally important topic: the ethics of eating meat. Some of the key questions examined include: Are animals harmed or benefited by our practice of raising and killing them for food? Do the realities of the marketplace entail that we have no power as individuals to improve the lives of any animals by becoming vegetarian, and if so, have we any reason to stop eating meat? Suppose it is morally wrong to eat meat-should we be blamed for doing so? If we should be vegetarians, what sort should we be?

目次: 

Introduction
Part I: Defending Meat
1. Christopher Belshaw, "
2. Donald Bruckner, "
3. J. Baird Callicott, "
Part II: Challenging Meat
4. Julia Driver, "
5. Mark Budolfson, "
6. Clayton Littlejohn, "
7. Tristram McPherson, "
8. Ben Bramble, "
Part III: Future Directions
9. Lori Gruen and Robert Jones, "
10. Neil Levy, "
11. Bob Fischer, "
12. Alexandra Plakias, Index

著者について: 

Ben Bramble received his PhD in philosophy from the University of Sydney in 2014. He is a postdoctoral fellow in philosophy at Lund University, Sweden. His main research interests are in moral and political philosophy.; Bob Fischer earned his PhD in philosophy from the University of Illinois at Chicago; he is now an assistant professor of philosophy at Texas State University. He works on issues in animal ethics, modal epistemology, moral psychology, and philosophical methodology.

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