Pigs on a farm in Iowa. The average United States pig farm raises for slaughter more than 8,300 pigs a year, writes Henry Mance in How to Love Animals in a Human-Shaped World. Photo: Getty Images
Pigs on a farm in Iowa. The average United States pig farm raises for slaughter more than 8,300 pigs a year, writes Henry Mance in How to Love Animals in a Human-Shaped World. Photo: Getty Images
Pets

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The cognitive dissonance in adoring pets while eating meat and ignoring wildlife extinction explored in Henry Mance’s compelling review of how humans see animals

  • Species extinctions may be the biggest existential threat to life on Earth, yet people who abhor animal suffering can disregard wildlife and farm animals’ fate
  • The divide doesn’t make sense, writes Henry Mance in his exploration of the dissonant ways humans love – or don’t love – other creatures

Pigs on a farm in Iowa. The average United States pig farm raises for slaughter more than 8,300 pigs a year, writes Henry Mance in How to Love Animals in a Human-Shaped World. Photo: Getty Images
Pigs on a farm in Iowa. The average United States pig farm raises for slaughter more than 8,300 pigs a year, writes Henry Mance in How to Love Animals in a Human-Shaped World. Photo: Getty Images
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