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Is Cannibalism Ethically Permissible?
Human cannibalism is ethically permissible.
If a person consents to or asks to be eaten, it should be permissible to act on this.
Dead people aren't harmed by having their bodies eaten. There is no victim in cannibalism.
What is ethically permissible is subjective, and therefore so is permissiveness of cannibalism.
It is permissible to cannibalize another human to save one's own life.
There are many examples of cannibalism in human societies throughout history.
Humans have evolved past needing to eat each other.
Cannibalism permits humans to view other humans as prey. It is ethically wrong to view other persons as such.
Some beliefs forbid the eating of human flesh.
Cannibalism is one of the strongest taboos in human society.
Eating human meat is unhealthy.
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