altaylar2000 Posted April 3, 2021 Share Posted April 3, 2021 (edited) If we had a clear ethical boundary: not to destroy the life of another creature that feels, for food, this would be out of the question. But here, in modern ethics, everything is based on the ephemeral assumption that human life is more valuable than the life of an animal. It is a stone's throw from such a postulate to cannibalism, if it is recognized that the lives of some people are more valuable than the lives of others. Moreover, the statement about the a priori higher value of a person's life is not substantiated by anything. On the contrary, from the point of view of traditional morality, man is mired in sin, and animals are cleaner, at least herbivores This principle has not yet been officially recognized, but in fact that it is already being implemented, in particular, there is information that there is a semi-legal sale of organs in Uyghur concentration camps. It's not exactly the same, but it's from the same category. Moreover, a human consumes meat not even out of necessity, but only for pleasure, since it is possible to provide complete protein nutrition on the basis of dairy products and eggs. Edited April 3, 2021 by altaylar2000 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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