Food and Morality: Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery 2007
Susan R. Friedland
Oxford Symposium, 2008 - Philosophy - 320 pages
In nigh on forty essays, this 2007 collection ponders the whole question of the interplay between our eating habits, and ethics is covered from multiple angles. The rise of ecological awareness and the intimate connection between food habits and the big questions of life such as Global Warming make the topic one of the most popular among present students of foodways. This volume will be a significant addition to the present debate.
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