By Henri Godard
« Céline est un grand écrivain, mais ce n'est pas un écrivain comme les autres. Il m'arrive aujourd'hui encore, en lisant un des "contre-Céline" qui se publient périodiquement, de me demander remark j'ai pu consacrer tant d'années à éditer et à explorer l'œuvre d'un auteur aussi controversé et, en effet, aussi problématique... »
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He even objects to the characterisation of Animal Liberation as the ‘Bible’ of the animal rights movement: The Animal in Some Contemporary Thought 21 It is a line which I cannot help ﬁnd ﬂattering, but it makes me uncomfortable at the same time. 7 This bias has an effect that pervades the book. Singer is right to distrust the notion of absolute rights (which is not necessarily implied only by religious positions), but the rigour of his utilitarianism seems to make it difﬁcult to discern why he cares so much about animals (and he plainly does).
Those who do are apologetic about it and provide alternatives when preparing meals for others. 2 Singer is right. For example, my own experience of being vegetarian in 1972 is very different from my experience of being vegetarian in 2001. Notice how Singer prioritises the issue of meat eating. The question of diet is central to that of animal rights as the consumption of the dead bodies of creatures who have been killed solely for our nourishment is the ultimate and highest expression of the speciesist stance and, therefore, Singer correctly draws direct and primary attention to it in his account of speciesism.
From the earliest point in her book Adams seeks to hammer home a prime and, I think, original perception: People with power have always eaten meat … Dietary habits proclaim class distinctions, but they proclaim patriarchal distinctions as well. Women, second-class citizens, are more likely to eat what are considered second-class foods in a patriarchal culture: vegetables, fruits, and grains rather than meat. 22 We may argue as to whether or not this is strictly true for all cultures at all times but the fundamental perception that meat is associated with power seems to hold.
À travers Céline, la littérature by Henri Godard