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Title:Dieren eten
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Publisher:Ambo
ISBN:9026321678
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Number of Pages:282
Category:Non fiction, Food, Philosophy, Animals, Health

Dieren eten by Jonathan Safran Foer, Otto Biersma, Onno Voorhoeve

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Dieren eten Tot enkele jaren geleden was Jonathan Safran Foer afwisselend vegetari r en vleeseter Toen hij echtgenoot en vader werd stelde hij zichzelf de vraag waarom eten we dieren En zouden we ze ook eten als we wisten hoe ze op ons bord terechtkomen In een briljante synthese van filosofie literatuur wetenschap en undercoverjournalistiek onderzoekt Foer in Dieren eten de verschillende verhalen die we onszelf vertellen om ons eetgedrag te rechtvaardigen van folklore tot populaire cultuur van familietradities tot westerse mythen en laat hij zien hoe die verhalen onze onwetendheid in stand houden

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