I think that hunting should be banned because these all makes sense for that to happen. Hunter 's after they kill animals can get them stuffed or the head put on a plaque on the wall. These seem to be trophies or a reward to them. Hunters use them as trophies, they don 't even care about the food from the Animal. Hunters want people to believe that killing animals equals population control.
Animal Cruelty Although meat has been around since the beginning of mankind most of us do not see the bad side of eating meat. Many animals are being mistreated day in and day out. Animals’ such as cows, chickens and pigs are poor helpless creatures that cannot fight back to save their life. Human beings should feel ashamed in what we do to animals. It is clinically proven that human can still live without eating meat.
For instance, when Foer addressed a specific case of animal abuse, he wrote, “[W]orkers were documented tearing the heads off live birds, spitting tobacco into their eyes, spray-painting their faces, and violently stomping on them” (67). Readers may respond to such examples with indignation, thus demanding such injustice be reconciled. Furthermore, when contemplating the Kosher laws that he was raised to believe, Foer poses the question, “In our world…is it even possible to eat meat without ‘causing pain to one of God’s living creators’ to avoid (even after going to great and sincere lengths) ‘the desecration of God’s name’?” (70). Such questions and examples may appeal to readers’ moral obligation to do something about animal
The earth, prodigal of its wealth, supplies you with gentle sustenance, and offers you food without killing or shedding blood " . Empedocles, 450 BCE, was another pro-animal activist, who talked against animal slavery and the consumption of meat. "Slaughter and meat-eating are the most terrible of sins, indeed for him animal slaughter is murder and meat-eating is cannibalism. He disagreed with his teacher arguing that eating animals was wrong because it robbed animals of their life, that animals could reason, sense and feels like humans do. Eating them was therefore unfair”.
The most obvious one is the debate about the consumption of animals: is it morally justified to raise and kill animals for food? It is now widely accepted, even by many meat eaters, that the treatment of animals in factory farms is morally unjustifiable. In contrast to this, less intensive or traditional farming seems to be justified as long as the animals live, on balance, decent lives, and are killed painlessly. The justification for this position comes from the idea of replaceability. However, this position would lead to questions about environmental sustainability and resource distribution that could be enough to cause utilitarians to reject such practices.
Imagine a day in the life of a common farm animal. Far from the peaceful grazing life one would envision, the livestock of today endure horrific conditions - from suffering painful diseases to being separated from their mothers at too young of an age. Not only are these conditions harmful to the animals, the food produced by them is unnecessary to humanity’s well-being and can even be damaging to society’s overall health. Since the definition of ethics is having well-founded standards of right and wrong, this process of producing meat for our consumption is unethical. In everyday conversations about vegetarianism, a lifestyle without meat, the most common reaction is disbelief quickly followed by the question, “But how do you get any protein?”
They do not feel guilt of killing those animals, since it is their job. The Vicario brothers felt same way about Santiago Nasar, and they killed him because they felt obligated to. However, Santiago Nasar feels uncomfortable about a rabbit which Victoria Guzmán cleans for the dinner, even though his job and life in the farm usually makes him see these kind of things. The following sentence proves Santiago Nasar 's humane approach
Tim Johnson is originally a nice dog but is killed because it was necessary. Tom Robinson is a good and honest man who is convicted of rape and is later killed. Boo Radley is a shy, but a helpful person who does not like being with other people so, he should not be in the spotlight, and he is not. What happens with Tim and Tom is really sad especially because they meant good and no harm, but are killed. In conclusion, this book is filled with good themes that can inspire people to learn from them and live with
There are plenty of societies where eating what are considered tamed animals is the standard and not done with any emotional attachment. Foer brings to address the moral treatment of animals in slaughterhouses. He brought to light the reports that have been seen how brutal some of the treatment towards these creatures and reminded the readers that they were defended from cruelty, but not from the slaughter. Additionally, the context of the articles is the foundation of the rhetoric
Many people believe that we value animal less than for what they are and through our action we act with criminal intent against them. This is because animals are viewed as food and some religions even view them as a god. For instance, the Hindus worship cows. What I meant by criminal intent is that we use them in animal research, animal testing, and animal used for entertainment. From my opinion, we value animal less than for what they are.