We’re joined by social philosopher Paul-Mikhail Catapang Podosky who discusses his academic work exploring the way the meat-eating industry uses the term “humane” to avoid the questioning of the killing of animals. You can follow Paul-Mikhail Catapang Podosky on Twitter @PPodosky and you can view his publications, including the article ‘A Linguistic Method of Deception The Difference Between Killing Humanely and a Humane Killing’, which we focus on in this show, here: http://unimelb.academia.edu/PaulMikhailCatapangPodosky
A weekly show hosted by Melbourne-based animal advocates, presenting local and international interviews, presentations, and music from this vibrant social justice movement.
Freedom of Species 18 August 2019
In this weeks show we hear a talk by Laila Kassam titled, ‘How can we build a powerful mass movement for animal justice.’ Laila Kassam is a part of the Animal Think Tank Collective. You can find resources and more about …continue
Martin Stringer 15 September 2019
Martin Stringer is a nature photographer & videographer who has become personally involved in crowd-funded tropical rainforest protection & restoration projects, both in Australia’s Daintree and in the Amazon. He explains these inspiring conservation programs and the huge benefits they’re …continue
Freedom of Species 8 September 2019
We are joined by Nikki Viveca, a Melbourne-based performer who brings a touch of theatre to stand-up. Nikki has performed solo shows, such as Asexual Healing, was most recently performing in the Comedy Festival improv show Completely Improvised Potter (which …continue