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Jacy Reese Anthis

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Jacy Anthis is a social scientist and co-founder of Sentience Institute, a nonprofit think tank researching the most effective strategies for expanding humanity’s moral circle. His writing has appeared in The Guardian, Vox, Salon, and Quartz, and he has presented his research in over 20 countries.

He lives in New York City with his wife Kelly Anthis, their two rescue dogs Apollo and Dionysus, and their two chickens Snow and Dualla, who were rescued from battery cage farms.

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Jacy Reese Anthis For better or worse, I have tons of opinions and information I want to share. I have Google Doc upon Google Doc of random notes, half-written articles…moreFor better or worse, I have tons of opinions and information I want to share. I have Google Doc upon Google Doc of random notes, half-written articles, etc. So I'm rarely lacking for content.

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