Category Archives: Philosophy

An Analysis on the Ethical Implications of Animal Exploitation

Description of Issue Most people nowadays are eating and exploiting animals when it is not necessary as a vegan lifestyle is sustainable for most. Animal exploitation means using animals as resources to supply us with food, clothing, products, pets, and animal testing. Not systemically adopting vegan practices has been a detriment to society, culture, science,…
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GM Seed Companies Maintain that GM Crops are the Most Thoroughly Tested and Highly Regulated Food Plants Out There; are They Safe?

Abstract             Many individuals and organizations question their safety even though GM seed companies maintain that they are safe. This paper explores the controversy surrounding GM foods for consumption by analyzing different underlying factors of GM food testing and public safety. Those factors include: validity of the testing process, long-term effects, and an examination on…
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The Cause and Effects of Going Vegan

In the following essay I will be touching upon the cause-effect rationale for going vegan. There are slight disagreements from different sources on the definition of veganism, so for my essay veganism does not include consumption of animals or animal by-products. Regardless if it is for entertainment, food, or clothing. The goal is to abolish…
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Veganism, a Responsibility for the Average American

According to the USDA ten-thousand one-hundred fifty-three million land animals were killed in the United States in the year 2010 alone. These animals are kept in confinement their entire lives. If you are an average healthy American, you should be a vegan American. With all of the reasons and benefits to going vegan there is…
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