(Português) Breve reflexão contra a vivissecção (experimentação animal)
ORIGINAL LANGUAGES, 26 Mar 2018
16 março 2018 – A vivissecção passou a ser considerada “prática comum” no mundo ocidental a partir do século 19. Muito tempo se passou, estamos em 2018 e animais continuam sendo torturados e mortos desnecessariamente em nome da ciência. O que ajuda a postergar o banimento dessa prática já considerada obsoleta é o lobby e a politicagem que caminham lado a lado.
David Arioch é body builder, jornalista, pesquisador e documentarista. Trabalha profissionalmente há dez anos com jornalismo cultural e literário. “O mais importante é eu estar em sintonia com o que estou produzindo. Atualmente escrevo bastante sobre vegetarianismo, veganismo e direitos animais, porque são assuntos que me interessam muito.” Leia mais…
Tags: Politics, Sciences, Torture, Vivisection, Western World
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