In this podcast, I discuss welfarism as an objective that is inimical to abolition as an objective, and why abolitionists take the rights of nonhuman animals and veganism as a moral baseline seriously because nonhuman animals are sentient, because they have interests, because, in light of those interests, they have moral rights, and in light of their moral rights, they … Continue reading
In this podcast, I address the finer points of some of the logic behind animal advocacy that promotes regulated animal use rather than the abolition of animal use. Learn helpful things like: the “indirect approach” is really a cop out; evidence matters; people who promote regulated use, promote regulated use, and not abolition; the lives of nonhuman animals are not … Continue reading
Once again, I battle the poor audio quality of my headset and my inability to enunciate properly to wonder ‘what the eff is a veg*n?’ in order to promote animal rights, veganism, the abolition, not the regulation, of the property status of nonhuman animals, as well as an understanding of our relationship to nonhuman animal slavery, not as a matter … Continue reading
New (first) podcast: “I would throw 1000 ancient redwoods out of the lifeboat to save one kitten!” In this podcast, I take on non-vegan green primitivism, ecofascism and more. Since it’s the first podcast, I’m still debating whether to ever do another, but hopefully at least some of you will find it useful even though I mumble a lot!!