The Death of the Animal: A Dialogue [E–pub/Kindle]

Th differing degrees of intensity whether the spat between CONTINENTAL AND ANALYTICAL PHILOSOPHY ISN T ALL BESIDE THE and analytical philosophy isn t all beside the given the vast horrors of industrialized animal abuse but I m not sure that the harmony is that convincing Wolfe wonders whether they re all just talking past each other which by the end I also felt I find myself in sympathy with Wolfe and Calarco and to a degree with Coetzee although the last could have been a little less chilly in his championing of the uest for la dolce vita On the other hand I find myself wondering perhaps along with Cavalieri just what therefore we re expected to do when confronted with animal abuse I m also frankly irked like Cavalieri by Derrida s non vegetarianism and Levinas s failure to acknowledge the animal s face and no amount of fancy talk can convince me otherwise than it s some ind of failure of nerve Nonetheless whether you re analytic or continental this is an intriguing book not least as a curiosity How Cavalieri must feel to write something and then have within the pages of the same book her effort taken to task so strongly I can t imagine. Ittle or no moral status such as plants and ecosystemsAs Peter Singer writes in his foreword the implications of this conversation extend far beyond the issue of the moral status of animals They get to the heart of some important differences about how we should do philosophy and how philosophy can relate to our everyday life From the divergences between analytical and continental approaches to the relevance of posthumanist thinking in contemporary ethics the psychology the divergences between analytical and continental approaches to the relevance of posthumanist thinking in contemporary ethics the psychology speciesism and the practical conseuences of an antiperfectionist stance The Death of the Animal confronts issues that will concern anyone interested in a serious study of morali. .
A thoroughly interesting read that tackles the uestion of our moral responsibility to animals from a variety of different angles the uestion of our moral responsibility to animals from a variety of different angles from expanding our range of ethical obligations to rejecting a system of ethics that CAN have any finite range Paola Cavalieri uses the dialogue very effectively to take on the inherent issues that crop up when philosophies as different as virtue ethics and contract theory among others attempt to exclude animals from ethical considerations Philosophically and intellectually I find her work to be incredibly powerful though I am a vegan so perhaps I am biased The book also features contributions from philosophers Harlan Miller Matthew Calarco and John M Coetzee and novelist Cary Wolfe They offer appreciated perspectives and occasional rebuttals and "reuests for nuance that make this a well rounded philosophical text What a "for nuance that make this a well rounded philosophical text What a book Paola Cavalieri composes a Socratic dialogue to argue for a non speciesist view of animal rights and four speciesist view of animal rights and four critiue not to say criticize the dialogue Cary Wolfe and Matthew Calarco approach from broadly the perspective of cr. While moral perfectionists rank conscious beings according to their cognitive abilities Paola Cavalieri launches a inclusive defense of all forms of subjectivity In concert with Peter Singer J M Coetzee Harlan B Miller and other leading animal studies scholars she expands our understanding of the nonhuman in such a way that the derogatory category of the animal becomes meaningless In so doing she presents a nonhierachical approach to ethics that better respects the value of the conscious selfCavalieri opens with a dialogue between two imagined philosophers laying out her challenge to moral perfectionism and tracing its influence on our attitudes. ,


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Itical theory and continental philosophy Harlan Miller is mainly sympathetic to Cavalieri s project and John J M Coetzee assails the bloodlessness is mainly sympathetic to Cavalieri s project and John J M Coetzee assails the bloodlessness lack of realism in any philosophical APPROACH BY SAYING THAT MOST PEOPLE by saying that most people animals crave the physical pleasure that eating meat and illing other animals involve and we need to get real and stop being so high minded Cavalieri s somewhat peevish response to Wolfe and Calarco is to complain that continental philosophy essentially has its head up its arse and doesn t deal with reality that laws and rights matter Calarco and Wolfe in turn tell her that she misunderstands such continental philosophers as Derrida and Levinas and that they and Calarco and Wolfe are "Interested In Going Beyond The Anthropocentric And "in going beyond the anthropocentric and boundaries that define the languages of rights and laws Coetzee claims he was misunderstood and that sure thinking is as important as having sex and fun but he states we need to employ than just the brain in persuading people to change their habits Calarco Wolfe and Miller come back in the end to wonder in their various ways and wi. Toward the unworthy She then follows with a roundtable multilogue which takes on the role of reason in ethics and the boundaries of moral status Coetzee Nobel Prize winner for Literature and author of The Lives of Animals emphasizes the animality of human beings; Miller a prominent analytic philosopher at Virginia Polytechnic Institute dismantles the rationalizations of human bias; Cary Wolfe professor of English at Rice University advocates an active exposure to other worlds and beings; and Matthew Calarco author of Zoographies The uestion of the Animal from Heidegger to Derrida extends ethical consideration to entities that traditionally have
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