Corey Wrenn's A Rational Approach to Animal Rights: Extensions in PDF
By Corey Wrenn
Employing severe sociological thought, this ebook explores the shortcomings of well known strategies in animal liberation efforts. construction a case for a scientifically-grounded grassroots technique, it truly is argued that professionalized advocacy that works within the provider of theistic, capitalist, patriarchal associations will locate trouble attaining good fortune.
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Each entity could easily see the other’s conception of rationality as irrational. The distinction will be found in the evidence. If the professionalized organization wants to end speciesism and is utilizing tactics that research shows can aggravate speciesism, then it cannot be said that this organization is behaving rationally. The same holds true of radical factions. Tactical outcomes must align with goals. Rationality can also refer to organizational ideology. As will be examined in Chapter 2, foundational sociological theory identifies the rationalization process as a significant influence on institutional structure.
Again, it seems that non-profit elites become the authority on effectiveness. The problem is that non-profit interests can easily conflict with approaches aimed at major structural change. This is not to say that Stallwood’s activist experience is unimportant or irrelevant, only to insist that claimsmaking should be able to stand up to scrutiny. ” In his approach, he suggests he knows what advocacy is effective based on how he feels afterwards. If he feels “good,” if it “feeds into the machinery of common sense,” then it works.
Sociologists look to the work of Max Weber (2001 ) who theorizes extensively on the problems endemic to bureaucracy. Weber’s work dates to the end of the 19th century and the early 20th century, a time when capitalism was blossoming under the Industrial Revolution and society was becoming highly specialized and alienating. His work casts a critical eye on the increasingly powerful role that bureaucracies play in Western society. Bureaucracies have been essential to the smooth and organized operation of an increasingly complex society, but they tend to centralize control and can be difficult to change.
A Rational Approach to Animal Rights: Extensions in Abolitionist Theory by Corey Wrenn