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    Animal Killing and Postdomestic Meat Production
    with Istvan Praet
    Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 30 (1): 67-86. 2017.
    The act of animal killing affects the human psyche in manners that are culturally contingent. Throughout history, societal attitudes towards the taking of animal lives have mostly been based on deference and/or dominion. Postdomestic societies have evolved in fundamentally different ways. Meat production is abundant yet concealed, animals are categorized and stereotyped, and slaughter has become a highly disquieting activity. Increased awareness of postdomestic meat production systems raises a m…Read more