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6/29/2015 4:53 pm  #11

Re: Thomism on meat-eating, animal farming methods, and hunting.

Jeremy Taylor wrote:

Thank you all for your replies. I will definitely have to read Oderberg's work closely.

Some of the arguments against hunting and meat-eating I have read seem to anthropomorphise animals a little too much.

The general way of thinking amongst Jewish thinkers is that wanton killing or torturing of animals is only prohibited insofar as it reinforces negative character traits in man, as well as serves as an implicit denial of the divinity inherent in all of creation.

Noli turbare circulos meos.

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