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Hutton Honors College

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Animals and Ethics

November 8, 2012

Philosopher Mylan Engel is a moral vegetarian and has argued that virtually all humans hold beliefs that, if consistently applied, would make them moral vegetarians as well. Whether students were vegetarian or not, we invited everyone to this undergraduate discussion supper on Animals and Ethics, including the use of animals in research and for other purposes, with Engel, Professor of philosophy at Northern Illinois University, and Sandy Shapshay, professor of philosophy at Indiana University.


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Mylan Engel, professor of philosophy at Northern Illinois University, explaining his belief that all humans should be moral vegetarians.

Professor Engel enjoying an all-vegan meal from Bloomingfoods with students before beginning the discussion.

Sandy Shapshay, a professor of philosophy at Indiana University, help prompt professor Engel during the discussion.

Mylan Engel discussing his reasoning with a student after the discussion.


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