4 May 2009
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“I have to say there is a part of me that envies the moral clarity of the vegetarian, the blamelessness of the tofu eater. yet part of me pities him, too. Dreams of innosence are just that; they usually depend on a denial of reality that can be its own form of hubris. Ortega suggests that there is an immorality in failing to look clearly at reality, or in believing that the sheer force of human will can somehow overcome it. ‘The preoccupation with what should be is estimable only when the respect for what is has been exhausted.'”–Michael Pollan, The Omnivore’s Dilemma
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