ASA - November 1997: In Defense of Cannibalism

Eduardo G. Moros (moros@castor.wustl.edu)
Sun, 02 Nov 1997 18:08:45 -0600

 
This is not so difficult to believe if it is remembered that humans are deeply religious beings.  They always worship "something". In fact, all human endeavors are in some sense or another "religious".  We can not get away from it, we either worship the true God, gods or created things.

Salu2  

In Defense of Cannibalism

Glenn Morton (grmorton@waymark.net)
Sun, 02 Nov 1997 17:40:57 -0600

  No I am not starting a Jeffrey Dalhmer fan club. I have been having a
private discussion with a gentleman who correctly took exception to my
misstatement "All modern defleshing practices are linked to religious
beliefs."

(snip)