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A Critical Reflection On the Abolitionist Movement by Corey Wrenn

Started this discussion. Last reply by Uptight Primate Mar 18, 2013. 12 Replies

I'm aware that at least some members of ARZone consider themselves, or once considered themselves, to be "Abolitionist" in the way that Professor Gary Francione has defined that term. In the essay…Continue

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Dr. Jonathan Balcombe on Individuality in Fish

Second Nature: The Inner Lives of Animals Bshary, R. "Machiavellian Intelligence in Fishes." In Fish Cognition and Behavior , edited by C. Brown et al., pp. 223-242. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2006.
Dec 21, 2013
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Dec 20, 2013
Uptight Primate replied to Lucas Hayes's discussion A Critical Reflection On the Abolitionist Movement by Corey Wrenn
"Unfortunately Wrenn says nothing here to change my concept of ‘abolitionists’ - she's just one with a grudge against another. (I'm more abolitionist than you!) As Tim says this could’ve been an interesting article…"
Mar 18, 2013
Jeff Melton replied to Lucas Hayes's discussion A Critical Reflection On the Abolitionist Movement by Corey Wrenn
Mar 18, 2013
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Dr. Jonathan Balcombe on Individuality in Fish

Second Nature: The Inner Lives of Animals Bshary, R. "Machiavellian Intelligence in Fishes." In Fish Cognition and Behavior , edited by C. Brown et al., pp. 223-242. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2006.
Nov 25, 2012
Roy Gordon commented on Lucas Hayes's video
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"According to Wikipedia and the article The Lynching of Jesse Washington, it is scenes like these which turned the tide on lynching only 100 years ago."
Oct 23, 2012
Tim Gier replied to Lucas Hayes's discussion What Social Psychology Can Tell Us About Abolitionist Social Change by Corey Wrenn
"Ms. Wrenn asks: "Why not have individuals sign up for a vegan mentoring program or a newsletter instead?  Why not ask them to try veganism for a month, then follow up with them and ask them to extend the period?  Alternatively, we…"
Oct 2, 2012
Carolyn Bailey commented on Lucas Hayes's video
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"Hi Lucas, I agree that most often when advocates call for "movement unity" what they are calling for is total support and adherence to their own positions and views. In Wayne Pacelle's blog post, the first paragraph…"
Oct 1, 2012
Tim Gier replied to Lucas Hayes's discussion What Social Psychology Can Tell Us About Abolitionist Social Change by Corey Wrenn
"You're right Carolyn, Ms. Wrenn is very very confused. "
Oct 1, 2012
Tim Gier replied to Lucas Hayes's discussion What Social Psychology Can Tell Us About Abolitionist Social Change by Corey Wrenn
"No problem Lucas. I get rather bothered those I lovingly call "faux-abolitionists". The way I see it, they haven't and never will abolish anything, because they haven't a clue about how to talk to people in order to create social…"
Oct 1, 2012
Tim Gier replied to Lucas Hayes's discussion What Social Psychology Can Tell Us About Abolitionist Social Change by Corey Wrenn
"Wikipedia says of Matt Ball that "Before founding Vegan Outreach, Ball obtained a degree in engineering from the Department of Forest Ecology at the University of Illinois, then a graduate degree from the Department of Engineering and Public…"
Oct 1, 2012
Lucas Hayes replied to Lucas Hayes's discussion What Social Psychology Can Tell Us About Abolitionist Social Change by Corey Wrenn
"Thanks for the clarification, Tim.  "
Oct 1, 2012
Lucas Hayes replied to Lucas Hayes's discussion What Social Psychology Can Tell Us About Abolitionist Social Change by Corey Wrenn
"Hi Spencer, Here's the link: http://arzone.ning.com/profiles/blogs/transcript-of-matt-balls   Roger Yates: As a follow-up to question 3 about animal advocates shying away from veganism,… your answer seems to represent something of a…"
Oct 1, 2012
Carolyn Bailey replied to Lucas Hayes's discussion What Social Psychology Can Tell Us About Abolitionist Social Change by Corey Wrenn
"The author of this article seems very confused. She claims that: “Vegan Outreach also draws on social psychology to insist that a reasoned argument for veganism is ineffective.  Instead, showing people “the hidden cruelty”…"
Oct 1, 2012
Tim Gier replied to Lucas Hayes's discussion What Social Psychology Can Tell Us About Abolitionist Social Change by Corey Wrenn
"I suppose that you think of me that I do "have complete disdain for anything abolitionist" Lucas, but, of course, you're wrong. I have disdain for posers who wear the label "abolitionist" like some badge of moral…"
Oct 1, 2012
Spencer Lo replied to Lucas Hayes's discussion What Social Psychology Can Tell Us About Abolitionist Social Change by Corey Wrenn
"Hi Lucas, I would have to know more about the context of that statement, because I would distinguish "ultimate goals" and "instrumental goals." For VO, going vegan may be the best way for everyone to reduce suffering, but…"
Oct 1, 2012

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At 11:31 on July 19, 2012, Kate✯GO VEGAN+NOBODY GETS HURT Ⓥ said…

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