How people defend eating meat

ScienceDaily: Meat eaters who justify their eating habits feel less guilty and are more tolerant of social inequality say researchers. An international team of researchers led by Dr Jared Piazza of Lancaster University examined the ways in which people defend eating meat. They found that the vast majority of omnivores defend consuming animals by rationalizing their behavior using one of four rationalizations, which they call the 4Ns. He said: "The relationships people have with animals are complicated. While......

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