Another Great Conversation… But It’s Not Here
April 25, 2012
As usual, the conversation is exploring the more philosophical side of the hunt, or more precisely, about the kill. In general, Tovar addresses the argument that it seems wrong for hunters (human) to “prematurely” end the life of their prey. There’s an inherent assumption that, if not for the human intervention, the animal would have lived a long, full life. The assumption, of course, completely overlooks the fact that there are many predators besides humans, and that prey animals live in a state of constant danger. In wild nature, in fact, few prey animals enjoy a long, peaceful life… even if they are never hunted by humans.
At any rate, the conversations get pretty interesting and sometimes involved. It’s worth checking out…