Diane Ackerman

“In our heart we know that life loves life. Yet we feast on some of the other life-forms with which we share our planet; we kill to live. Taste is what carries us across that rocky moral terrain, what makes the horror palatable, and the paradox we could not defend by reason melts into a jungle of sweet temptations.”


Diane Ackerman, A Natural History of the Senses
tags: 172, eating, food, taste
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