Problems of superficiality are still relatively prevalent in the current vegan movement
Why veganism is not an automatic remedy against social and political superficiality?
1. -isms prevail despite e.g. most prominently the reckognizable intersectionality discussion.
2. Levels of ‘internal’ and ‘external’ communication aren’t being (critically) reflected within the vegan mainstream.
3. The idea of veganism is not structurally improved in terms of nonhuman-inclusiveness, food-justice, classism, e.g.
1. Veganism is segregated out of the context of why speciesism “turned” nonhuman animals into ressources and commodities in the first place, i.e. the ethical debate is not lead in these terms by a vegan rethoric.
2. Historical and cultural contextualizations with a vegan praxis aren’t evaluated and built in the collective consciousness and awareness of the movement. Change is being sought from within only roughly pronounced socio- and enviro-political relations, veganism as a player stays on one plane level due to reduced political contextualizations.
3. Closed clusterizations function like quasi-pluralistic selforganizing (hence also features of movement) – the created system remains closed in its own political mechanisms.