Animal Oppression and Capitalism (2-Volume Set)

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Animal Oppression and Capitalism (2-Volume Set)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 680 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781440850738
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This important two-volume set unapologetically documents how capitalism results in the oppression of animals ranging from fish and chickens to dogs, elephants, and kangaroos as well as in environmental destruction, vital resource depletion, and climate change.Most traditional narratives portray humanity's use of other animals as natural and necessary for human social development and present the idea that capitalism is generally a positive force in the world. But is this worldview accurate, or just a convenient, easy-to-accept way to ignore what is really happening-a systematic oppression of animals that simultaneously results in environmental destruction and places insurmountable obstacles in the path to a sustainable and peaceful future?David Nibert's Animal Oppression and Capitalism is a timely two-volume set that calls into question the capitalist system at a point in human history when inequality and the imbalance in the distribution of wealth are growing domestically and internationally. Expert contributors show why the oppression of animals-particularly the use of other animals as food-is increasingly being linked to unfavorable climate change and the depletion of fresh water and other vital resources. Readers will also learn about the tragic connections between the production of animal products and global hunger and expanded regional violence and warfare, and they will understand how many common human health problems-including heart attacks, strokes, and various forms of cancer-develop as a result of consuming animal products.Explains how abolishing the oppression of animals will bring to an end the suffering of billions of sentient creatures throughout the world, greatly improve human health, and help turn back the rapid advance of climate changeConnects the daily processes of capitalism to tremendous levels of pain, misery, and fear experienced by animals as well as humansDocuments the ways in which many animals are biologically engineered for profitable exploitation

Table of Contents

Volume 1 The Oppression Of Nonhuman Animals As
Sources Of Food
Chicken Slaughterhouse x
Sue Coe
Introduction xi
David Nibert
Chapter 1 The Chicken-Industrial Complex 1 (18)
and Elite White Men: Connecting the
Oppression of Humans and Other Animals
Kimberley Ducey
Machine Cow 18 (38)
Sue Coe
Chapter 2 Hiding and Legitimating 19 (15)
Oppression in "Dairy Product" Advertising
Matthew Cole
Chapter 3 "Happy Cow" Welfarist Ideology 34 (23)
and the Swedish "Milk Crisis": A Crisis
of Romanticized Oppression
Jana Canavan
Maggots Crated 56 (39)
Sue Coe
Chapter 4 "The Problem Is Not the People, 57 (19)
It's the System": The Canadian
Animal-Industrial Complex
Tracey Harris
Chapter 5 The Presence of "Pork" and the 76 (20)
Absence of Pigs: Changing Stories of Pigs
and People in Iowa
Mary Trachsel
You Consume Their Terror 95 (71)
Sue Coe
Chapter 6 Oceans Filled with Agony: Fish 96 (22)
Oppression Driven by Capitalist
Commodification
Taichi Inoue
Chapter 7 The "Dog Meat" Trade and 118(22)
China's Urban-Based Development
Peter Li
Chapter 8 Nonhuman Animals as 140(27)
"High-Quality Protein": Insistence on the
Consumption of "Meat" and "Dairy" in the
Estonian Nutrition Recommendations
Kadri Aavik
Meat Flies 166(63)
Sue Coe
Chapter 9 Deadly Efficiency: The Impact 167(17)
of Capitalist Production on the "Meat"
Industry, Slaughterhouse Workers, and
Nonhuman Animals
Marcel Sebastian
Chapter 10 Nonhuman Animals as Food in 184(25)
Biocapitalism
Arianna Ferrari
Chapter 11 New Weapons: "Humane Farming," 209(21)
Biopolitics, and the Post-Commodity Fetish
Basile Stanescu
Factory Pharm 229(48)
Sue Coe
Chapter 12 Why Even the Oppressed Are 230(29)
Responsible for Their Food Choices:
Rejecting the Capitalist "Recipe Book"
Corinne M. Painter
Chapter 13 Capitalizing on Nature, 259
Naturalizing Capitalism: An Analysis of
the "Livestock Revolution," Planetary
Boundaries, and Green Tendencies in the
Animal-Industrial Complex
Livia Boscardin
Index 277(16)
About the Contributors 293
Volume 2 The Oppressive And Destructive Role Of
Capitalism
Cruel x
Sue Coe
Chapter 1 Capitalism and Speciesism 1 (30)
John Sanbonmatsu
Chapter 2 Property, Profit, and 31 (19)
(Re)Production: A Bird's-Eye View
Pattrice Jones
Circus Train Crash 49 (51)
Sue Coe
Chapter 3 Slaves to Entertainment: 50 (21)
Manufacturing Consent for Orcas in
Captivity
Ntiria Almiron
Chapter 4 ZooBiz: The Conservation of 71 (30)
Business?
Rob Laidlaw
Cross Your Heart and Hope to Die 100(15)
Sue Coe
Chapter 5 The ABCs of Vivisection: 101(15)
(Nonhuman) Animals, Brutality, and
Capitalism
Carol L. Glasser
Unwanted 115(85)
Sue Coe
Chapter 6 "Wild Animals" as Goods, 116(35)
Chattel, and Perpetual Victims in
Post-Apartheid South Africa
Michele Pickover
Chapter 7 Capitalism and Masculinity: 151(16)
Kangaroo Killing in Australia
Lara Drew
Chapter 8 The Roots of the Sixth Mass 167(34)
Extinction
Julie Andrzejewski
Triumph of Capitalism 200(51)
Sue Coe
Chapter 9 Toward a Vegan Feminist Theory 201(30)
of the State
Corey Wrenn
Chapter 10 Nonhuman Animal Metaphors and 231(21)
the Reinforcement of Homophobia and
Heterosexism
Luis Cordeiro-Rodrigues
Workers of the World 251(43)
Sue Coe
Chapter 11 Ideological Monkey Wrenching: 252(18)
Nonhuman Animal Politics beyond Suffering
Lauren Corman
Chapter 12 Capitalism and the 270(25)
Commodification of Animals: The Need for
Critical Vegan Praxis, Animated by
Anarchism!
Richard J. White
Liberator or Terrorist? 294(19)
Sue Coe
Chapter 13 The Business of Revolution is 295(18)
Counterrevolutionary
Roger Yates
Afterword: Animals, Capitalism, and Liberation 313(12)
John Sorenson
Index 325(22)
About the Contributors 347