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  • Henry Salt

    With clear logic and entertaining dialogues, the author presents many reasons for a vegetarian rather than a "flesh-eating" diet, and his arguments for not eating meat are as compelling today as when they were written. (Lee Smalley...read more

  • Henry Salt

    It is the special purpose of this book to set forth in a clear and rational manner the logic of vegetarianism. To the ethical, the scientific, and the economic aspects of the system much attention has already been given by well-accredited writers, but there has not as yet been any organised effort to present the logical view-that is, the dialectical scope of the arguments, offensive and defensive, on which the case for vegetarianism is founded. I am aware that mere logic is not in itself a matter of first rate importance, and that a great humane principal, based on true natural instinct, will in the long run have fulfilment, whatever wordy battles may rage around it for a time;...read more