Vegan Grandma

Friday, November 10, 2006

"The vast majority of those who eat meat never consider its rights and wrongs; society condones it, and that is sufficient reason to think no further. So it is the vegetarian who is called upon to explain his odd behavior, and not those who support the unnecessary slaughter that meat-eating requires. It requires very little moral sense to realize that the taking of a life is an important matter, yet for most people the choice between a nut cutlet and a beefsteak is about as important as that between chipped and boiled potatoes; a matter of taste, not morality."-John Harris, Animals, Men and Morals


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