posted on Sep, 15 2019 @ 02:30 PM
a reply to: Mach2
The rabbits in this scenario were not hunted but raised so the hunting part in this one is not really present. I just wanted to point out I am not a
hypocrite, at least here.
Sure, I wrote this before in a conversation with TheRedneck a week ago. I initially started to retype it but now I see a link is easier and a
Everyone who eats meat should at least have seen the whole process from raising a calve to bringing it on the table. Respect towards the animal that
will end up on my table and not wasting the meat is what I preach.
Of course it does not have to be a calve, but calves were the topic at that point I think.
What is the moral difference, IYO, between someone who hunts, and eats their kill, and someone who buys steak at a supermarket?
That is not easy to answer because it also looks like you misunderstood me. Could be my fault for not being clear enough.
Directly answering your question (but please look above, it is not about hunting, it is the way it is done):
Someone who buys a steak at a supermarket is not "moral inferior" than a hunter, because given your example, I do not know anything about that person.
You just presented me two gray figures.
Is the one buying meat aware? Does he live in the city where hunting is not possible from the start? I hope you see from my answer what I meant above.
I differentiate between hunters and not trying to say hunting is not moral, cruel or similar.
Also see my quote above.