Remaking Hunting As Human


Florian Asche says in his article that “we share much with other predators, but we humans are the only beings on this planet who can apprehend and review hunting in a logical way. As a result of our λόγος (logos) — and by this I mean not simply our speech but more generally our rational mind — hunting leads us from the mere existence of nature to moral and ethical issues in the trade-off between bondage and freedom, and in the aesthetics and the meaning of becoming and passing. It is the logos that names the hunter and the hunting, and therefore names the concept. Hunting would not exist without humans, because no one would recognize it for what it is.
… Download the Florian Asche’s article from the Center for Humans and Nature