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How can we love our pets and value kindness to animals generally, yet consume meat from corporations that severely abuse and slaughter 10 billion sentient creatures a year? Melanie Joy addresses this question and builds a compelling case for Veganism. She is the ultimate Veganista! In addition, Joy examines corporate animal agribusiness, and the millions of dollars they spend creating the fiction that these animals live outside on idyllic farms. Joy encourages readers to become informed about the violence and suffering bound up with mainstream food choices, and to begin reducing consumption of animal products. She offers insight into regaining empathy for suffering farmed animals as part of a vital process of personal and societal integration, wherein values, beliefs, and behaviour come into harmony. This is a book for Animal rights activists, those interested in healthy eating and local food and Vegans. Praise: A thoughtful book...required reading for anyone interested in what we eat and why. Kathy Freston, author of The New York Times-bestselling Vegenist ...an absorbing examination of why humans feel affection and compassion for certain animals but are callous to the suffering of others especially those slaughtered for our consumption. Publishers Weekly an altogether remarkable book that could transform the way society feels about eating animals. Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson, author of the best-selling When Elephants Weep

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Melanie Joy, Ph.D. is a social psychologist and professor of psychology and sociology at the University of Massachusetts.

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Ce livre est un incontournable !
Que l'on soit végétarien ou non, ce livre offre une approche très intéressante de notre rapport aux animaux et à la viande. Très convainquant, à lire absolument !
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This is a challenging & thought-provoking read. When you consume meat, you implicitly agree to the despicable practices the agricultural industry has. Freeing yourself from the cognitive biases we've been having since childhood is the necessary first step to getting back control what we eat.

We need to reconsider our steaks as a part of a dead animal rather than any final product we find in the grocery store. Eating meat coming from CAFOs is not only unethical, it is also hazardous for our health and destroying the environment.

I'm a "carnist" myself, and my chances of becoming a vegetarian are very low. However, it does not mean that I'm not reducing my animal product consumption by finding alternatives. Thanks to the author I'm also more capable of alerting my friends & family about the deadly toll of each bite of meat.
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Très satisfaite de ce livre que je voulais absolument! En espérant qu'il soit bientôt traduit en français pour être accessible à tout le monde
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si vous vous posez des questions sur votre alimentations et sur les conséquences de cette dernière sur les autres, sur les animaux, sur la planète .. si vous avez une âme de militant débutant et si vous avez envie d'aller plus loin dans votre perception, alors lisez ce livre !
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Since we have become so disconnected from the life of the animals we consume, and the industry has become so obsessed with profit over welfare, books like this have become necessary to shake us out of our malaise. We need to know that the blood, guts and gore of the slaughterhouses and the cruelty of the handling and transport of animals are a prelude to the shiny plastic-wrapped cuts we see in the supermarket coolers. Consuming animals is an option, not a necessity, but almost every restaurant entree is meat: chicken, pork, beef, or mutton.

Strange that we care so intensely about a few who share our home, but the vast majority of food animals are beaten, thrown, shocked, or ignored as they suffer through the assembly line after their miserable short lives. The book points out the lack of feelings of the employees in the feed lots, chicken sheds, and farrowing pens ; how they become numb to the suffering they are a part of.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Intellectually Deconstructing Cruel Eating Habits 2 novembre 2014
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“Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows: An Introduction to Carnism” by Dr. Melanie Joy is an intellectual assault on carnism – why people believe it is okay to eat some species of animals and not others. The book opens up with a scenario where someone is given stew and then told that the meat in it is made of Golden Retriever.

I grew up in an environment where my entire family ate meat. I understand how difficult it is to take a stand in midstream when all sorts of family customs and celebrations regarding food are firmly ingrained. For the last decade, I have been skirting around vegetarianism and have decided that a vegan lifestyle is the only cruelty-free way to go. When so many alternatives to meat and dairy are in the marketplace now, I don’t understand why a thoughtful, considerate person would not opt for this path instead of one where cruelty is the staple. I also understand that one’s family and circle of friends should care more about the one’s happiness then how convenient and easy it is to feed that person.

Dr. Joy’s examples are well constructed. She does not simply appeal to emotions to get her point across. In this book, for instance, I learned that 19,011 animals die every minute in the United States for food consumption, and that is not including the animals dwelling in water. This equates to 10 billion animals per year.

If you are wondering why you might view an animal who resides in your home differently than one who lives on a farm, this is a great book for you to read. Also, if you are just curious why people make conscious choices to change their eating habits, this is also a good read. Even someone who works in the agribusiness would find this interesting.

Thank you Dr. Joy for such a great solid book. I would definitely recommend this to others.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A critical read for anyone and everyone. 16 décembre 2015
Par Vincent - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If everyone in the world was given this book, and only one person read and comprehended the content, than we would already be headed in a better direction. Not only is Joy's content insightful, compelling and thought provoking, she presents her material in a concise and easily digestible manner that every author should attempt to emulate.

By coining the term "carnism," Joy gives the animal rights' movement exactly what it needs: A term by which to label the violent ideology in which we live. She exemplifies just how powerful language can be as a weapon, and even provides actionable steps for the reader to use this weapon to change the world. That of course, is if the reader feels up to the arduous and uphill battle that they will most definitely face.

In the end however, while everyone who reads this book certainly won't be found on the picket lines of the nearest animal rights' protest, I like to (perhaps optimistically) believe they will at least occasionally choose a veggie burger instead.
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Par Estee - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Insightful, to the point, thought-provoking, powerful, while remaining friendly and completely unjudgemental. The book explains how we have come to accept things as normal and acceptable, because we have hardly been given a chance to think about these issues independently.
Once you read the book, you cannot un-know what you've learned from it. It ignites a thought process that can lead to a meaningful, permanent life change.
Read it with an open mind and let the ideas sink in, think them over and allow yourself to reconsider things you took for granted.
The planet should thank Dr. Joy for this book!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Book 30 juin 2014
Par Marc Turner - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is an excellent book. It begins with some psychology in the form of visualization of a dinner scene where you the reader would imagine a nice home cooked meal while seated at a table during a normal setting. The main course is cooked meat, but not the kind you would normally think of. I won't play spoiler here but this relatively calm start to the book quickly changes course and kicks into high gear. Melanie Joy really doesn't hold back much, and describes some of the major inhumane issues relating to the meat producing industry and the entire food industry as a whole. The book relates some very graphic and unsettling scenes and depictions of the meat packing conditions that workers experience on a daily basis. As sad and depressing as they are, these are important stories to share and also very necessary. For those who are already vegetarian or vegan, this book is another great compliment to the wealth of knowledge already available. If you are a conscientious meat eater who is looking for some well presented information about what really happens to the animals this is a fantastic book to read. Like many books written on this subject, it would be difficult to read all the way through and still continue to eat meat. We should all be vegetarians.
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