§6 briefly summarizes another new points within the moral vegetarian literature. §1 introduces relevant terminology and an outline of the primary positions.
Animals are killed younger—they style higher that way—and are killed in massive-scale slaughterhouses working at speed. The overwhelming majority of animals people eat come from industrial animal farms which are distinguished by their holding giant numbers of animals at excessive stocking density. In this entry, “animals” is used to discuss with non-human animals.
§5 considers some extensions of the arguments in §2. It wonders about which arguments against meat production can, if sound, be prolonged to indicate that animal product manufacturing or even some plant manufacturing is morally incorrect.
§2 explains meat manufacturing, the principle ethical arguments against it, and a few responses to those arguments. That part—like the remainder of the entry—focuses on medium-sized land animals. Yet fish and bugs are killed in a quantity that dwarfs … Read More