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Posted on 27th February 2022
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In this article on Aeon, Nick Zangwill, a professor of philosophy and honorary research fellow at University College London, makes an interesting case that we have a duty to eat meat.
The article is certainly worth reading.
At home we now eat much less meat than we used to (vegetarian dinners about 4 times per week - more often seems to have negative effects on my health) but our reasons are for our health, not because of cruelty to animals. Neither I nor Sheryl can deal with vegan food, being too addicted to cheese.