I've thought about this long. I can't support fur industry by any means because of the cruelties - even in my own western civilized country. Yet I do eat meat, and there is cruelty on that side too. Thinking about our planet... No, I should not eat meat.
Yet I do. Morally I can't justify it in any way. I think we should eat meat less than we do now, as we could do with less. Also remember that human brain could not have developed without meat.
I believe it is ethical or right to eat meat. Meat is one of the only reasons humans can live everyday. It is a great source of protean and millions would loose jobs and money if the meat market is stopped. If one doesn't think it's right to eat meat, how about they stop eating meat.
`yes because it is and it has many flavors of wonders
We're out there killing plenty of people in war, but people are saying that its wrong to kill a cow??
Then once its dead who cares, eat it, its dead.
I think that it isn't wrong because the meat is good for the body. I am just 13 years of age and am doing a debate of meat. I would like to say that meat is a good source of protien. It has many flavors.
It all depends on the way the animal was killed. A lot of the meat you buy at the supermarket or butcher came from a slaughterhouse. But organic meat is a good compromise
Sorry to ask this I'm just a little confused with your question, do you mean, cooked or raw meat which of the two? If cooked I agree it is right to eat meat but not that much or often! But if it's raw I disagree with that... It's not safe to eat raw meat! Unless like cannibals
There are many sides to this unsolved story. Meat is a substance that humans consume every day. Meat is a vital source of nutrients and protien, but there are other sources. In one way fish is almost like a meat without the blood and other Gorey stuff. Some people don't like meat or fish they maybe a vegetarian. You can be a vegetarian for many reasons; religion, moral issues, tradition, etc. No subject is truly debatable its just a matter of who is more convincing. Like I said there are more than one side to this story. There is always going to be haters such as people who hate vegetarians or vegetarians who hate meat eaters. You choose the way you want to eat not by what others think is ethical and unethical.
Everywhere I look I see pepple saying " don't eat animals, those who do are killing the world!" or " who cares it's yummy!" eating plants and meat is good for you. I get it. Plus this who r vegetarians hate meat eaters and vice versa. But is it ethical or moral to eat meat? Is it right to kill animals? I guess it's up to you, and you are the only one who can answer it. For those who are doing a debate project like me an you are on the meat eaters side, good luck finding answer