Consistency in Ecofeminist Ethics: Contextual Moral Vegetarianism and Abortion
This paper critically assesses whether and how ecofeminists can consistently advance moral vegetarianism without simultaneously (and perhaps inadvertently) strengthening arguments for either human fetal protection or the legitimization of FGC.
||Ecofeminism, Feminism, Abortion, Vegetarianism, Animals
The International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 11, pp.11-22.
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Dr. Kao is Assistant Professor of Religion at Virginia Tech and regularly teaches courses in both religious ethics and women’s studies. She is currently completing a book-length manuscript entitled "Grounding Human Rights in a Pluralist World".
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