Rejecting Violence Leads to Veganism
Professor Francione, Distinguished Professor of Law and Nicholas de
B. Katzenbach Scholar of Law and Philosophy at Rutgers University, is
often asked about what he thinks are the major arguments for going
vegan. He believes that health and the environment are certainly very
important issues but the ethical and moral concerns about rejecting
violence are in his view the crucial ones.
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What arguments should vegans use to make their
The issue of rejecting violence is at the core of Christian
teachings. Jesus exposed victimization and lived a life of non-violence
to the point of sacrificing himself. By eating animals we are supporting
the violence inflicted on God's farmed animals for profit and taste.
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