there is a vast philosophical literature that defends animal rights and vegetarianism, but the opposite camp doesn't seem to have produced much.
What is the equivalent of Singer's "Animal Liberation" in the "meat eating" camp?
Or is this a dead subject among philosophers, where those who care write books about the defense of animals, while those who don't simply go ahead and eat their steaks?
Thanks in advance for your valuable insight.
I'm not sure that anyone has written the definitive treatise on Animal Enslavement , but you might check out The Animal Rights Debate . In this book, Tom Regan makes the case for animal rights, while Carl Cohen mounts a case against it.