“It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” – Aristotle
On this episode of Millennial Hunter, Ashton and I try to be “educated men”, as Aristotle puts it. We critique a paper written by a modern-day philosopher, Peter Singer, and give our own thoughts on what the phrase “all animals are equal” means. Many vegans and animal rights activists have their outlandish claims of how we should manage wildlife, and frankly, I’ve never been able to even remotely relate to them. Ashton and I talk about the history of hunting, why hunting is so important to humanity, the huge effects of hunters’ conservation efforts, how we can counter the attacks of anti-hunters, hunting and religious origins, and so much more.
Here is the paper that we reference throughout the podcast…
All Animals Are Equal by Peter Singer