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    • bill
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      3 months ago

      Interesting. This, especially, rings like a bell:

      A notable body of social scientific work describes interlocking physical, legal, social, material, and linguistic practices that keep people from registering what is being done to animals all around them. This failure to attend to what is actually happening fosters internally contradictory modes of thought and action.

      Obvious and fascinating. Especially because you can remove “to animals” and the passage still makes perfect sense.