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“Conscious consumerism is a lie. Here’s a better way to help save the world”
Conscious consumerism is a lie. Here’s a better way to help save the world
“Next week, the first chimpanzee in the world who has been released from captivity in a zoo through a human legal instrument, Habeas Corpus, will arrive at Guarulhos airport, in São Paulo, from Mendoza, Argentina.
Cecília, who is the only survivor of a group of four chimpanzees who lived in the Mendoza Zoo, Argentina, already has a reserved space in the Great Primates Sanctuary of Sorocaba, affiliated to the GAP Project, where she must live the rest of her days, with the company of other 50 chimpanzees.”
This website contains the reading material for CCHU9005 Food and Values, a common core course at the University of Hong Kong.
- Philosophy – What is the philosophy of food?
- Values – Three different types of values
- Meat – Is it wrong to eat animals?
- Hunger – Do we have a duty to help starving people?
- GM food – How should food technology be regulated?
- Drugs – Why is it wrong to take drugs?
- Art – Can food be art? What is art?
- Taste – Is taste entirely subjective?
- Eating – Eat to live, or live to eat?
During the course we might also watch one or two movies.