The Hunter’s Paradox: Loving What You Kill | Hunter Angler Gardener Cook

The Hunter’s Paradox: Loving What You Kill | Hunter Angler Gardener Cook.

There isn’t really much one can add to this. A commenter points out that it’s thoughtful, and thoughtfulness adds gray areas. I, personally, believe in the gray areas- black and white thinking is an anomaly in this world. A great read.

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5 thoughts on “The Hunter’s Paradox: Loving What You Kill | Hunter Angler Gardener Cook

    • This is something I sort of struggle with. On the one hand, I don’t like to define things for people- animal rights activists seem to have things clearly defined for themselves, even if I tend to disagree with a lot of their points. But on the other hand, animal rights activists aren’t going to be as respectful of me as I am of them. I know they aren’t. Yeah, we both cherish things in different ways as two different groups- I just happen to think our way is the right one that’s more in line with the way the natural world works with us in it.

    • You’re quite right about overpopulation. And Mr. Shaw is coming to Madison- I have reservations for the dinner he’s putting on! I’m so excited. The essay linked above is great.

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