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A collection of essays, primarily for a mainstream audience, considering the ethical implications of dietary reliance on meat and other animal products from contemporary Jewish thinkers. Considers the condition of animals in modern industrial meat production, including production of kosher meat, in light of a religious tradition that emphasizes compassion for all living beings as a component of the moral sustainability of our souls. Includes essays by Dr. Richard Schwartz and Peter Singer and a foreword by Mayim Bialik.

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