Nature For Hunting Lanham Analysis

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Finally, Lanham uses nature for hunting. When he describes the discrimination he is subject to due to his dark complexion he also reveals that one of his hobbies is hunting, as he explains, “I 'm the black hunter….I go hunting and people look suspiciously at the black guy wearing the camouflage ‘reserved’ for the good ol’ boys” (Lanham 83). If you hunt as a professor, it is very unlikely that you are doing so for need, but you are doing such things for recreational purposes, for the mere fun of it. In fact, killing deers that have never attacked you for sport expresses little interest for their well-being if not their lives. Because of this he is being anthropocentric, since he never mentions any thought of the consequences of his actions. While
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