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Virtue Ethics and Veganism with Professor Carlo Alvaro

Always for Animal Rights 8 April 2021 25


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This week, I am pleased to present my interview with the virtue ethicist, ethical vegan, and author Carlo Alvaro. Carlo is an Associate Professor of philosophy at CUNY New York City College of Technology….

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Interview with the sociologist Dr. Roger Yates on the animal rights movement, the definition of veganism, impacts of the pandemic on animals, and vegan education

Always for Animal Rights 18 March 2021

This week, I am pleased to present my third interview with the sociologist, long-term vegan, and animal rights advocate Dr. Roger Yates. In this interview, Roger speaks to me about the following topics: the history of the Vegan Society’s definition …continue

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Interview with Professor Gary Steiner about the history of the moral status of animals in Western philosophy, whether Christian ethics can lead to veganism, and why postmodernism cannot protect animal rights

Always for Animal Rights 10 June 2021

This week, I am pleased to present my interview with Dr. Gary Steiner , professor of philosophy at Bucknell University in Pennsylvania. Much of Gary Steiner’s work has focused on the moral status of animals in Western philosophy….This item has …continue

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