Animal Liberation: The Definitive Classic of the Animal Movement Topics for Discussion

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What is speciesism? Why is it part of modern thinking?

What is the history of man's attitude toward animals? What concepts about man and his relationship with animals were formed in antiquity? Why?

Describe some of the abuses that farm animals are forced to endure? What is the top priority of owners and operators of animal factories?

What animals are typically excluded from regulations about the safety of animals used for experimentation? List some of the abuses that these animals are subjected to.

What are the pluses of vegetarianism? What myths and fantasies are there about vegetarianism?

What excuses do speciesists have about the abuse of animals? What arguments can be made to counter their claims?

How can speciesism be overcome? Why would its elimination take a very long time? What are signs that society is moving toward anti-speciesism?

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