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Indifference in Humans and Animals

What does it mean to be indifferent? The word itself is not all that clear. Is indifference a purely neutral term, referring to an absence of feeling? Or is it a negative term, meaning unfeeling? Is it synonymous with apathy? … Continue reading

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The Lobster and Me

I wandered into a seafood restaurant to make a call when I looked into an aquarium. There was a large lobster (and since lobsters continue to grow with age, this large one was perhaps 50 years old), waving its tentacles … Continue reading

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Dining on Duck While Vegan

Bad title. I didn’t order duck, she did. Still, it presented a dilemma all vegans face from time to time. I was eating at a well-known restaurant in Northern California. I asked for a vegan meal. She ordered duck. Just … Continue reading

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Vegetarian because of the dog?

Did you know that people who live with dogs are more likely to be vegetarian than the average person? No? Well, truth be told, I made that up. But the reason I made it up is because it seems to … Continue reading

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