Our suffering phobia has triggered a harmful societal neurosis that has both subverted human exceptionalism and undermined societal common sense.
A recent book in which chimpanzee experts reflect on their work tells us a good deal about the chimpanzee expert world.
“Nature rights” and “animal rights” activists will keep trying. And there is no denying they are making incremental inroads.
Earlier this month, just in time for the release of Robert J. Marks’s book Non-Computable You, the story broke.
I have no complaint against people who refrain from consuming animal products. Making choices based on one’s moral view is an aspect of human exceptionalism.