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Synonyms for animalism

a preoccupation with the body and satisfaction of its desires

Synonyms for animalism

the doctrine that human beings are purely animal in nature and lacking a spiritual nature

preoccupation with satisfaction of physical drives and appetites

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I strongly encourage you to eat less meat, if not any at all, and if you feel the way my friends and I do, become an Animalist. Do it for the animals and your health, as well as the environment.
According to Lowe, the animalist view is that persons are biological kinds.
Approximately equal space is given to animalists and their opponents, and both parties make quite plausible cases.
Police and security guards, for example, are often "animalists" (99) who primarily serve the interests of non-zoos and wealthier gated communities.
animalists themselves and recodified for the opposite agenda, that is,
The use of the word 'comrades' is ironic in this case because the horses pulling the van are anything but fellow 'animalists'; they are the means by which Boxer will be taken to his death, and they are too ignorant to change this.
There are no animalists on TV, and even theatres ignore these painstakingly-acquired skills.
Animalists who endorse the thinking animal argument must solve this problem by giving reasons for privileging the animal over its rivals.
It has been argued, however, that animalists face an analogous problem, as they must accept both that we are distinct from our bodies, as our bodies can persist through death as corpses while we cannot and that our bodies can think.
Animalists accuse the advocates of psychological approaches to identity of having to suffer a Problem of Too Many Thinkers.