Meat : a natural symbol

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Meat : a natural symbol

Fiddes, Nick

New York Routledge Chapman & Hall 1991

261 p.

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A study of the human passion for meat, questioning why meat is important to us, why we eat some animals but not others, and how meat is associated with environmental decay. It argues that meat's primary importance is founded on its representing the domination we have sought over nature.

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ISBN:

0415048370

Author:

Fiddes, Nick

Title:

Meat : a natural symbol

Publisher:

New York Routledge Chapman & Hall 1991

Physical:

261 p.

Notes:

A study of the human passion for meat. It will intrugue anyone who has ever wondered why meat is important to us; why we eat some animals but not others, why vegetarianism is increasing, why we aren't cannibals, and how meat is associated with environmental destruction.

Subject:

Meat

Subject:

FOOD--SYMBOLIC ASPECTS

Subject:

Food habits.

Subject:

FOOD PREFERENCES

Subject:

CARNIVORA

Subject:

MEAT INDUSTRY AND TRADE

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