National Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development

ISSN: 2455-9040

Vol. 3, Issue 1 (2018)

Vegetarianism: Moral issues

Author(s): Puja Raj
Abstract: Human eating habits are widely distinguished between Vegetarianism and Non-Vegetarianism, where former presumes themselves to be holding no moral risk toward nature and animals as they do not eat animal meats. However, if we examine it closely and thoroughly, every eating habits hold some or other moral risk. My paper is an attempt to unfold different arguments made in support and against the moral concern of Vegetarianism. Although it is impalpable to answer ‘What is morally good to eat?’, our discourse helps to bring forth different arguments to understand the moral concern of our eating habits.
Pages: 1260-1263  |  731 Views  332 Downloads
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