As the expression about knowing "how the sausage is made" attests, generally the more people learn about it, the less they like it.

Of course, veganism is very far from being an immediate consequence of disliking factory farming. (Similarly, refusing to pay taxes is very far from being an immediate consequence of disliking government policy.)

As the expression about knowing "how the sausage is made" attests, generally the more people learn about it, the less they like it.

That's not obvious to me.

I agree that the more people are exposed to anti-factory-farming propaganda, the more they are influenced by it, but that's not quite the same thing, is it?

S-risks: Why they are the worst existential risks, and how to prevent them

by Kaj_Sotala 1 min read20th Jun 2017107 comments

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