Labor has always been an issue. We originally only needed to find food or build a home, just like any other animals. But when we ‘civilized’ ourselves and started to cultivate our own food, fewer people were needed for the basic needs of survival. What to do then? As much as our knowledge … Continue reading Child Labor is everywhere. And it’s kind of your fault too.
Ethics is a fluctuating principle. Which is unethical in the first place as ethics are a set of conventional principles that are always right. Ethics is as illusionary as religion; they both want to make you believe that by following a certain path, you will be able to maintain a clear conscience. But … Continue reading Ethics of the future with a look into the present
The Climate is changing. And humans are the ones making it happen. Anybody who thinks otherwise is wrong. And there is no problem in being wrong, as long as your biased opinion does not affect the future of everyone else. Even though there is a consensus among scientists on this environmental destruction, in … Continue reading Reframing Climate Change: Humans are at the center of the Climatextinction
Writing my previous article about the feeling of superiority of vegans made me think about this ideology that is speciesism. I had a vague idea of what it was. Writing my second article about “The West” feeling of superiority made me think of the broader feeling of uniqueness that humans have compared to animals. I … Continue reading Putting the Human back where he belongs