This book explores the similar attitudes and methods behind modern society’s treatment of animals and the way humans have often treated each other, most. Eternal Treblinka. Our Treatment of Animals and the Holocaust. Charles Patterson. This book explores the similar attitudes and methods behind modern. Parallels between our treatment of nonhuman animals and humans One of the values of Eternal Treblinka is that it places the Nazi Holocaust within a larger.

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That’s all I can really say, short of just copy and pasting quotes from the book.

When I first saw the title I rolled my eyes and thought of Godwin’s Law, but reading the actual description has opened my mind quite a bit It all got too much. Eeternal now in 16 languages with Chinese, Arabic, Brazilian Portuguese, and Norwegian translations underway. Our Tragic Relationship with Animals. Our Treatment of Animals and the Holocaust. Mar 25, Rico rated it really liked it.

The scenes she filmed were not unlike those described years earlier in the [New York] Times editorial: It’s one step from spilling animal blood to spilling human blood.

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There are several excellent nutritionally-balanced vegan pet foods available in the US and abroad. It is not symmetrical, people are special. Lur was a truly enlightening book.

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Tisina ohrabruje mucitelja, nikad onog koji je mucen. It looks at traditional methods of subduing animals in pastoral cultures, noting that “[c]astration continues to be the centerpiece of animal husbandry.

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In the 16th century, the English denounced the Hottentots in Africa as traveling in “‘heardes’ teeatment their animals” and seeming to “cackle like eterbal or turkeis,” which made it right and “necessary” to torture, kill, and enslave them.

In relation to them, all people are Nazis; for trebpinka animals it is an eternal Treblinka. Write a customer review. Eternal Treblinka thus raises questions, and we long for answers. Return to Book Page. Books by Charles Patterson. Apr 21, Liz Vellichor rated it it was amazing.

Tubes into which cows and pigs are driven single-file to their deaths are no different from the tubes at Treblinka and elsewhere that led from the disrobing rooms to the gas chambers, down which naked people were driven by guards using their fists, whips, and rifle butts-which is how we treat millions of farmed animals everyday. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.

All other creatures were created merely to provide him with food, pelts, to be tormented, exterminated. Our Treatment of Animals and the Holocaust. If it is in fact wrong to kill and mistreat animals, then doing it for personal gain will make it more wrong, not less so.

Eternal Treblinka: Our Treatment of Animals and the Holocaust

Aug 07, Raluca Sandu rated it it was amazing Shelves: I don’t think that this book is using the Holocaust as an easy frame of reference and diverting attention away of the horrors of that particular period of history and the people that suffered from it. The first is the argument from enjoyment and personal freedom: And not only do I not believe this argument, I believe that it actually supports the perpetrators more than it helps the victims.

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Lantern Books; 1st Edition edition February Language: Lots of DOAs [dead on arrivals]. If they don’t read the book in it’s entirety, I beg them to read the series of essays by Holocaust touched individuals who are active in animal rights.

Primo Levi and Humanism After Auschwitz: View all 6 comments. I do not believe this. Holocaust Responsa in the Kovno Ghetto Paperbackpages. Preview — Eternal Treblinka by Charles Patterson. I do get these problems. I truly blame nobody – everybody is free to decide – whether to see and make the changes Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

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