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Fragments of an Animalist Politics: Veganism and Liberation

PDF download (thanks to George for the support) Both animal oppression[1] and liberation are embedded deep in the structures and habits of industrial society.  Its geographically, economically, and historically varied patterns do not easily lend themselves to generalization.  They require assessment that … Continue reading

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A Vegan Animal’s Critical Remarks on Veganism

Valuable though it may be, veganism testifies to the alienation of humans from other animals seated comfortably in the heart of modernity decades after the project of modernity was pronounced dead. Lamentably, even such a lived, personal protest against animal … Continue reading

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