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1. Does Higher Animal Welfare Lead to Higher Consumption? Considering the Case ...
that champions the cause of welfarism as a means to the end of protecting animals. Yet Francione points to the history of welfarism since the onset of the movement with Jeremy Bentham in the 1900s and concludes that welfarism has in fact not led
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2. The Rise of Vegan Culture in Israel: Interview with Ikey Greene
going more in a direction of welfarism. I guess many activists just felt so frustrated with the situation, they wanted to make even the smallest dent, just to help in any way. Some told me that after visiting farms they realized the horror of it
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3. Farm Animal Welfare | Free From Harm
Gary Francione argue that welfarism does not lead to abolitionism but instead greater consumption since consumers that perceive animal products as higher welfare or more humane will feel better about eating them and therefore consume more than
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4. What Path to Justice for Animals—Rights, Protections, Welfare?
for years as you did that welfarism was the only hope to protect animals but I now see the failure of this approach. Advocating for a “kindler’ gentler” form of animal exploitation has only resulted in an even greater form of
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