Living Philosophy

Animal Crisis with Alice Crary & Lori Gruen

May 12, 2022 Alice Crary, Lori Gruen Season 2 Episode 10
Living Philosophy
Animal Crisis with Alice Crary & Lori Gruen
Show Notes

What if the key to respecting and appreciating non-human animals resided in understanding our human selves better? Thinking about animals and our relation to them might then involve trying to grasp the ways in which our current social, economic, and moral systems skew our perceptions and practices. Prof. Alice Crary (The New School for Social Research) and Prof. Lori Gruen (Wesleyan University) delve into the fundamental questions and problems that can help us better understand the crisis affecting animals and how we might then seek resolution through a considered form of resistance.

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Geoffrey Moore, author of The Infinite Staircase     

Links Related to this Episode:
Alice Crary (The New School)
Lori Gruen (Wesleyan University)

Animal Crisis (Polity Press)

Animal Ethics (SEP, entry by Lori Gruen)
Utilitarianism & Animals (Jeff Sebo)
Philipa Foot (SEP)
Iris Murdoch (SEP)
Cora Diamond (Wikipedia)
Sarah Ahmed (Wikipedia)
Skepticism and Understanding the Minds of Others (SEP)

Protest at Standing Rock (NPR)

Music: Earth and the Moon, by Ketsa

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