Little, Brown, 02.11.2009 - 368 Seiten
Jonathan Safran Foer spent much of his life oscillating between enthusiastic carnivore and occasional vegetarian. Once he started a family, the moral dimensions of food became increasingly important.
Faced with the prospect of being unable to explain why we eat some animals and not others, Foer set out to explore the origins of many eating traditions and the fictions involved with creating them. Traveling to the darkest corners of our dining habits, Foer raises the unspoken question behind every fish we eat, every chicken we fry, and every burger we grill.
Part memoir and part investigative report, Eating Animals is a book that, in the words of the Los Angeles Times, places Jonathan Safran Foer "at the table with our greatest philosophers."
Was andere dazu sagen - Rezension schreiben
Bewertungen von Nutzern
LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - renardkitsune - LibraryThing
I've never read Foer's novels, so I don't know how this compares, but I thought this was very enjoyable read--despite the subject matter. I've always been a proponent of eating outside of the ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - reganrule - LibraryThing
Foer's stated aim in this book is to describe the ways that factory farms operate, and to explore the environmental, physical, ethical, economic and social ramifications of consuming factory farmed ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
Slices of Paradise Pieces of Shit
About the Author