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FEWD Bibliography Vegetarianism / Veganism: The Humanities
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One of the best starting points to discover this research area is the article Ruby, Matthew 2012. Research Review: Vegetarianism. A blossoming field of study. Appetite 58: 141-150. Some helpful information offers also Puskar-Pasewicz, Margaret A. (ed.) 2010. Cultural Encyclopedia of Vegetarianism. Santa Barbara, CA, Greenwood Press, Imprint of ABC - Clio.

Articles in Journals and Books

Adams, Carol J. 1995. Comments on George's `Should feminists be vegetarians?'. Signs 21: 221-225.

Adams, Carol J. 2010. Why feminist-vegan now? Feminism & Psychology 20(3): 302–317.

Almeida, Michael J.  /  Bernstein, Mark H. 2000. Opportunistic Carnivorism. Journal of Applied Philosophy 17(2): 205-212?

Alward, Peter 2000. The Naive Argument against Moral Vegetarianism. Environmental Values 9(1): 81-89.

Bailey, Cathryn 2007. We Are What We Eat: Feminist Vegetarianism and the Reproduction of Racial Identity. Hypatia 22(2): 39-59.

Bauberot, Arnaud 2008. Hygienic Reform Project of Lifestyle: Naturists and Vegetarians during the Belle Epoque. French Politics, Culture and Society 26(3): 1 -22.

Benatar, David 2001. Why the Naive Argument against Moral Vegetarianism Really is Naive. Environmental Values 10(1): 103-112.

Benbow, Heather Merle 2006. "Was auf den Tisch kam, mußte aufgegessen […] werden": Food, Gender, and Power in Kafka's Letters and Stories. German Quarterly 79(3): 347-365.

Calarco, Matthew 2004. Deconstruction Is Not Vegetarianism: Humanism, Subjectivity, and Animal Ethics. Continental Philosophy Review 37(2): 175-201.

Callicott, Baird J. 1998. 'Back Together Again' Again. Environmental Values 7(4): 461-475.

Calvert, Samantha Jane 2007. A Taste of Eden: Modern Christianity and Vegetarianism. Journal of Ecclesiastical History 58(3): 461-481.

Chartier, Gary 2006. On the Threshold Argument against Consumer Meat Purchases. Journal of Social Philosophy 37(2): 233-249.

Ciocchetti, Christopher 2011. Veganism and Living Well. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 24. (Online paper)

Cohen, Carl 2004. A Critique of the Alleged Moral Basis of Vegetarianism. In:  Sapontzis, Steven F. (ed.). Food for Thought: The Debate over Eating Meat. Amherst, Prometheus: 152-166.

Comstock, Gary 1994. Might morality require veganism? Introduction. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 6: 3-6.

Crisp, Roger 1988. Utilitarianism and Vegetarianism. International Journal of Applied Philosophy 4: 41-49.

Curnutt, Jordan 1997. A New Argument for Vegetarianism. Journal of Social Philosophy 23(3): 53-172.

Curtin, Deane 1991. Toward an Ecological Ethic of Care. Contextual Moral Vegetarianism. Hypatia 6(1): 60-74.

David, William H. 1976. Man-Eating Aliens. Journal of Value Inquiry 10: 178-185.

Davis, Steven L. 2003. The Least Harm Principle May Require That Humans Consume a Diet Containing Large Herbivores, Not a Vegan Diet. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 16: 387–394.

DeGrazia, David 2009. Moral Vegetarianism from a Very Broad Basis. Journal of Moral Philosophy 6(2): 143-165.

Deckers, Jan 2009. Vegetarianism, Sentimental or Ethical? Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 22(6): 573-597

Devine, Philip E. 1978. The Moral Basis of Vegetarianism. Philosophy 53: 481-505.

Diamond, Cora 1978. Eating Meat and Eating People. Philosophy 53: 465-479.

Dixon, Nicholas 1995. A Utilitarian Argument for Vegetarianism. Between the Species 11(3-4): 90-97.

Egonsson, Dan 1997. Kant's Vegetarianism. Journal of Value Inquiry 31(4): 473-483.

Engel, Mylan 2000. The Immorality of Eating Meat. In:  Pojman, Louis P. (ed.). The Moral Life: An Introductory Reader in Ethics and Literature. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 856-890. Reprinted in Shaw, William H. 2011. Social and Personal Ethics. Belmont, Wadsworth.

Fitzgerald, Amy J. /  Kalof, Linda /  Dietz, Thomas 2009. Slaughterhouses and Increased Crime Rates: An Empirical Analysis of the Spillover From "The Jungle" into the Surrounding Area. Organization and Environment 22(2): 158-184.

Fitzgerald, Amy J. 2010. A Social History of the Slaughterhouse: From Inception to Contemporary Implications. Human Ecology Review 17(1): 58-69.

Fox, Michael Allen 2006. Why We Should Be Vegetarians. International Journal of Applied Philosophy 20(2): 295-310.

Fox, Michael Allen 2006. Reviewed Item: Sapontzis, Steve F; (2004). Food for Thought: The Debate over Eating Meat. Environmental Values 15(2): 264-267.

Fudge, Erica 2010. Why it's easy being a vegetarian. Textual Practice 24(1): 149-166.

Gale, Catharine R. /  et al. 2007. IQ in childhood and vegetarianism in adulthood: 1970 British cohort study. British Medical Journal 334(7587): 245-249 sea also  Editorial. BMJ 2007;334:216-7  Childhood intelligence and being a vegetarian.

Garrett, Jeremy 2007. Utilitarianism, Vegetarianism, and Human Health: A Response to the Causal Impotence Objection. Journal of Applied Philosophy 24(3): 223-237.

George, Kathryn Paxton 1990. So Animal a Human..., or the Moral Relevance of Being An Omnivore. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 3: 172-186.

George, Kathryn Paxton 1992. The Use and Abuse of Scientific Studies: Reply. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 5(2): 217-233.

George, Kathryn Paxton 1994. Discrimination and Bias in the Vegan Ideal. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 7(1): 19-28.

George, Kathryn Paxton 1994. Use and Abuse Revisited: Response to Pluhar and Varner. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 7(1): 41-76.

Gvion-Rosenberg, Liora 1990. Why Do Vegetarian Restaurants Serve Hamburgers? Toward an Understanding of a Cuisine. Semiotica 80(1-2): 49-60.

Hamilton, Malcolm 2000. Eating Ethically: 'Spiritual' and 'Quasi-religious' Aspects of Vegetarianism. Journal of Contemporary Religion 15(1): 65 - 83.

Hamilton, Malcolm 2006. Eating death: vegetarianism, meat and violence. Food, Culture & Society 9(2): 155-177.

Harrison, Jonathan 2009. The Vagaries of Vegetarianism. Ratio 21(3): 286-299.

Haynes, Richard P. 2008. Reviewed Item: Sapontzis, Steve F. (ed.) 2004. Food for Thought. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 21(1): 99-105.

Herzog, Harold A. 1993. “The movement is my life”: The psychology of animal rights activism. Journal of Social Issues 49: 103 - 119.

Herzog, Harold A. /  Golden, Lauren L. 2009. Moral Emotions and Social Activism: The Case of Animal Rights. Journal of Social Issues 65(3): 485-498.

Hudson, Hud 1993. Collective Responsibility and Moral Vegetarianism. Journal of Social Philosophy 24: 89-104. -

Hussar, Karen M. /  Harris, Paul L. 2010. Children Who Choose Not to Eat Meat: A Study of Early Moral Decision-making. Social Development 19(3): 627-641.

Kellman, Steven G. 1995. Food fights in Iowa: The vegetarian stranger in recent midwest fiction. Virginia Quarterly Review 71(3): 435-448.

Kellman, Steven G. 2000. Fish, Flesh, and Foul. American Scholar 69(4): 85-97. (" vegetarians today suffer merely a species of social death.")

Kreilkamp, Ivan 2005. Petted Things: "Wuthering Heights" and the Animal. Yale Journal of Criticism 18(1): 87-110.

Lamey, Andy 2007. Food Fight! Davis versus Regan on the Ethics of Eating Beef. Journal of Social Philosophy 38(2): 331-348.

Li, Hon-Lam 2002. Animal research, non-vegetarianism, and the moral status of animals - Understanding the impasse of the animal rights problem. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 27(5): 589-615.

Lindemana, Marjaana 2002. The state of mind of vegetarians: Psychological well-being or distress? Ecology of Food and Nutrition 41(1): 75 - 86.

Loughnan, Steve /  Haslam, Nick /  Bastian, Brock 2010. The role of meat consumption in the denial of moral status and mind to meat animals. Appetite 55: 156-159.

Lucas, Sheri 2005. A Defense of the Feminist-Vegetarian Connection. Hypatia 20(1): 150-177.

Marcus, Paul 2008. Victory through vegetables: Self-mastery through a vegetarian way of life. Psychoanalytic Review 95(1): 61-77.

McGinn, Colin 1991.01.24. Eating animals is wrong. London Review of Books: 14 ff.

Martin, Michael 1976. A Critique of Moral Vegetarianism. Reason Papers: 13-43.

Matheny, Gaverick 2003. Least Harm: A Defense of Vegetarianism from Steven Davis's Omnivorous Proposal. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 16(5): 505-511.

McGrath, Emma  2000. The Politics of Veganism. Social Alternatives 19(4): 50-59.

Michael, Emily 1991. Vegetarianism and Virtue: On Gassendi's Epicurean Defense. Between the Species 7: 61-72.

Nibert, David 2007. The Promotion of "Meat" and its Consequences. In:  Kalof, Linda /  Fitzgerald, Amy J. (eds.). The Animals Reader: The Essential Classic and Contemporary Writings. Oxford, Berg: 182-189.

Nobis, Nathan 2002. Vegetarianism and Virtue: Does Consequentialism Demand Too Little? Social Theory and Practice 28(1): 135-156.

Nobis, Nathan 2008. Reasonable Humans and Animals: An Argument for Vegetarianism. Between the Species.

Norcross, Alastair 2004. Puppies, Pigs, and People: Eating Meat and Marginal Cases. Nous-Supplement: Philosophical Perspectives 18: 229-245.

Norcross, Alastair 2004. Torturing Puppies and Eating Meat: It's All in Good Taste. Southwest Philosophy Review 20(1): 117-123.

Norcross, Alastair 2008. Causal Impotence and Eating Meat. Southwest Philosophy Review 24(2): 5-10.

Perrett, Roy W. 1993. Moral Vegetarianism and the Indian Tradition. In:  Smart, Ninian (ed.). Ethical and Political Dilemmas of Modern India. New York, St Martin's Pr.

Pluhar, Evelyn 1988. When is it morally acceptable to kill animals? Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 1(3): 211-224.

Pluhar, Evelyn 1988. Speciesism: A Form of Bigotry or a Justified View? Between the Species 4: 83-96.

Pluhar, Evelyn 1990. Utilitarian Killing, Replacement, and Rights. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 3(2): 147-171.

Pluhar, Evelyn 1992. Who Can Be Morally Obligated to Be a Vegetarian? Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 5(2): 189-215.

Pluhar, Evelyn 1993. Arguing Away Suffering: The Neo Cartesian Revival. Between the Species 9(1): 27-41.

Pluhar, Evelyn 1993. On Vegetarianism, Morality, and Science: A Counter Reply. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 6(2): 185-213.

Pluhar, Evelyn 2010. Meat and Morality: Alternatives to Factory Farming. Journal of Agricultrual and Environmental Ethics 23(5): 455-468.

Puskar-Pasewicz, Margaret A. 2009. Review: Gregory, James 2007. Of Victorians and Vegetarians. The Vegetarian Movement in Nineteenth-Century Britain. (Dissertation). London, Tauris. Journal of British Studies 48(2): 534-536.

Regan, Tom 1975. The Moral Basis of Vegetarianism. Canadian Journal of Philosophy 5: 181-214. Reprinted in Regan, T. 1985. All That Dwell Therein. Berkeley, CA.

Regan, Tom 1980. Utilitarianism, Vegetarianism, and Animal Rights. Philosophy and Public Affairs 9: 305-324.

Ritvo, Harriet 2010. Review: Gregory, James 2007. Of Victorians and Vegetarians. The Vegetarian Movement in Nineteenth-Century Britain. (Dissertation) London, Tauris. English Historical Review 125(513): 460-462.

Rogerson, Kenneth F. 2002. On the Morality of Eating Animals. Southwest Philosophy Review 18(1): 105-111.

Schedler, George 200. Does Ethical Meat Eating Maximize Utility? Social Theory and Practice 31(4): 499-511.

Shafer-Landau, Russ 1994. Vegetarianism, Causation, and Ethical Theory. Public Affairs Quarterly: 8(1) 85-100.

Shapiro, Ryan 2008. Review: Gregory, James 2007. Of Victorians and Vegetarians. The Vegetarian Movement in Nineteenth-Century Britain. (Dissertation). London, Tauris. Victorian Studies 51(1): 160-161.-

Singer, Peter 1979. Killing Humans and Killing Animals. Inquiry 22: 145-156. Reprinted: Singer, Peter 2002.

Singer, Peter 1980. Utilitarianism and Vegetarianism. Philosophy and Public Affairs 9(4): 325-337.

Singer, Peter 1982. 'The Oxford Vegetarians - A Personal Account'. International Journal for the Study of Animal Problems 3: 6-9.

Singer, Peter 1993. Animals and the Value of Life. In:  Regan, Tom (eg.). Matters of Life and Death : New Introductory Essays in Moral Philosophy. 3rd Edition, (2.nd 1986; 1.st 1980). New York, NY, McGraw Hill.

Smith, Mick 2002. The ‘Ethical' Space of the Abattoir: On the (In)human(e) Slaughter of Other Animals. Human Ecology Review 9(2): 49-58.

Stavick, J. E. D. 1996. Love at First Beet: Vegetarian Critical Theory Meats Dracula. Victorian Newsletter 89: 23-29.

Steinbock, Bonnie 1978. Speciesism and the Idea of Equality. Philosophy 53: 247-256.

Tardiff, Andrew 1996. Simplifying the Case for Vegetarianism. Social Theory and Practice 22(3): 299-314.

Tardiff, Andrew 1998. A Catholic Case for Vegetarianism. Faith and Philosophy 15(2): 210-222.

Telfer, Elizabeth 2004. ‘Animals Do It Too!’ The Franklin Defence of Meat-Eating. Journal of Moral Philosophy 1(1): 51-67.

Thurnherr, Urs 2001. Vegetarismus. in: Joachim Ritter /  Karlfried Gründer /  Gottfried Gabriel (ed.). Historisches Wörterbuch der Philosophie. Basel, Schwabe Verlag: 558-561.

Twigg, Julia 1979. Food for thought: Purity and vegetarianism. Religion 9: 13-35.

Warren, Mary Anne 2008. Sollten alle Menschen Vegetarier werden? In:  Wolf, Ursula (ed.) Texte zur Tierethik. Stuttgart, Reclam. (Original 1997, Moral Status. 229-231).

van der Kooi, Merle E. 2010. The Inconsistent Vegetarian. Society and Animals 18(3): 291-305.

Varner, Gary 1994. What's Wrong with Animal "By-products"? Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 7(1): 7-17.

Varner, Gary 1994. In Defense of the Vegan Ideal: Rhetoric and Bias in the Nutrition Literature. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 7(1): 29-40.

Varner, Gary 1994. Rejoinder to Kathryn Paxton George. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 7(1): 83-86.

Visak, Tatjana 2006. How animal friendly should our agricultural practice become? A moral anti-realist argumentation for veganism. In:  Kaiser, Matthias (ed.) Ethics and the Politics of Food. Wageningen, Wageningen Academic Publishers: 301-305.

Walton, John K. 2009. Review: Gregory, James 2007. Of Victorians and Vegetarians. The Vegetarian Movement in Nineteenth-Century Britain. (Dissertation). London, Tauris. Journal of Social History 42(3): 813-814.

Weir, Jack 1991. Unnecessary Pain, Nutrition, and Vegetarianism. Between the Species 7(1): 13-26. (See reply Sapontzis, S. 1991.)

Williams, Nancy M. 2008. Affected Ignorance and Animal Suffering: Why Our Failure to Debate Factory Farming Puts Us at Moral Risk. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 21(4): 371–384.

Wrye, Jen 2007. Should I Eat Meat? Vegetarianism and Dietary Choice. In:  Allhoff, Fritz (ed.) Food and Philosophy: Eat, Think, and Be Merry. Malden, MA, Blackwell: 46-70.

York, Richard 2004. Humanity and inhumanity - Toward a sociology of the slaughterhouse. Organization and Environment 17(2): 260-265

Zamir, Tzachi 2004. Veganism. Journal of Social Philosophy 35(3): 367-379.


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