Food and Morality

Food and Morality

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In this continuing series, the topic of morality embraces a wide range of essays from English, American and overseas scholars who ponder contemporary questions such as eating foie gras, advertising junk food, and master and servant relationships, as well as historical studies concerning fasting in the Reformation, food in Dickens's novels, the ...Cooking? Morality. in. the. Kitchen. Rachel. Laudan. What does cooking have to do with morality? In exploring the connections ... multiple processes after harvest or slaughter, including though not limited to treatment with heat.1 Cooking is unique to humans ... This essay brings together in a preliminary way hints about this long history that I have gleaned from my magpie reading on the history of cooking.

Title:Food and Morality
Author: Susan R. Friedland
Publisher:Oxford Symposium - 2008

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