The Logic of Vegetarianism

Henry SALT (1851 - 1939)

With clear logic and entertaining dialogues, the author presents many reasons for a vegetarian rather than a “flesh-eating” diet, and his arguments for not eating meat are as compelling today as when they were written. (Lee Smalley )

Genre(s): Essays & Short Works

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 INTRODUCTORY Lee Smalley
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Play 02 WHY 'VEGETARIAN'? Lee Smalley
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Play 03 THE RAISON D'ÊTRE OF VEGETARIANISM Lee Smalley
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Play 04 THE PAST AND PRESENT OF VEGETARIANISM Lee Smalley
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Play 05 STRUCTURAL EVIDENCE Lee Smalley
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Play 06 THE APPEAL TO NATURE Lee Smalley
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Play 07 THE HUMANITARIAN ARGUMENT Lee Smalley
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Play 08 PALLIATIONS AND SOPHISTRIES Lee Smalley
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Play 09 THE CONSISTENCY TRICK Lee Smalley
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Play 10 THE DEGRADATION OF THE BUTCHER Lee Smalley
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Play 11 THE ÆSTHETIC ARGUMENT Lee Smalley
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Play 12 THE HYGIENIC ARGUMENT Lee Smalley
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Play 13 DIGESTION Lee Smalley
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Play 14 CONDITIONS OF CLIMATE Lee Smalley
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Play 15 FLESH MEAT AND MORALS Lee Smalley
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Play 16 THE ECONOMIC ARGUMENT Lee Smalley
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Play 17 DOUBTS AND DIFFICULTIES Lee Smalley
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Play 18 BIBLE AND BEEF Lee Smalley
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Play 19 THE FLESH-EATER'S KITH AND KIN Lee Smalley
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Play 20 VEGETARIANISM AS RELATED TO OTHER REFORMS Lee Smalley
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Play 21 CONCLUSION Lee Smalley
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