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Puppies, Pigs, and People eating meat and marginal cases
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Puppies, Pigs and People: Eating Meat and Marginal Cases If one needed to torture puppies to enjoy a chocolate taste, would this be wrong? Obviously, the answer is yes, this is very wrong. However, most of those who would answer yes purchase factory farmed meat and consume it regularly, seeing no problem in this.
This argument is certainly food of thought. This paper is a discussion of two arguments based on the article, “Puppies, Pigs and People eating meat and marginal cases”. In his article, Norcross contends that there is no need for humans to continue consuming factory-farmed meat. He starts his article by giving an example of the fictional Fred and the quest for a chemical that will allow him to have the gustatory experience, akin to that of tasting chocolate. Unfortunately, Cocoamone can only be retrieved from the brain of an abused puppy following prolonged torture and an excruciating death. Just as one would condemn an individual who carries out this sort of treatment on puppies, so we should also condemn those who derive gustatory pleasure from the consumption of factory-farmed animals. The author gives some differences between Fred and an average consumer of meat, as well as possible defenses that one could use to justify their meat eating habits as being different to Fred’s fetish. He follows each of this method of reasoning with an objection. ...
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