Animal Autonomy E-Reader

Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader; ISSN 2700-693X


Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader 2023

Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader, Jahrgang 4, Nr. 6, October 2023

Animal Sapiens Antispe. Discussing Ethical Segregation in terms of Animal Sociology and Animal Objectification

Ethical Segregation (1) …
Segregative ethics as a means of justifying violent hegemonic pretensions …
Cognition …
Earthworms and Animal Rights …
Power mechanism exerted by virtually any side …
Animal Rights Language (1) …
The physical and the emotional wellbeing …
Paws and Protest …
Animal Rights Ethical Bird Protection: The Ortolan Bunting or Hortulan …
Segregative approaches …
The unconscious conscious evil …
Talking Animal Rights …
Naming the Theriocides and Faunacides …
Anthropogenic Philosophies (1) …
What’s the idea behind a necessity to suffer? …
Anthropogenic Philosophies (2) …
Harming embodied subjectivity …
How people might reflect the others …
Making Anti-Speciesism itself a subject (repost) …
Factory Killings, Pastoral Killings …
Why there is no thing such an “infighting” …
So there is a single source of all evils in the world? …
To the Total Liberation Movement …
The broader picture …
Rechteverletzung …
Animal sociology as an interface between animal rights activists and animals …
Human Societies amongst Animal Societies …
Total Liberation and Total Obstacles …
Faunacide and Ecocide …
Perspectivities: Animal Sociology and Animal History …
The active and passive modes of ethics, seriously? …
Can Animal Friends critique Animal Objectification taking place in the medical field but also put forth the basic fundamental wrong in medical history overall? …
Speciesism and Arts, Nazi-Speciesism, Nazisism* and in Memoriam of Andreas Hochhaus …

Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader, Jahrgang 4, Nr. 5, August 2023

Pamphlets: The Analogy, Comparison and Relation

Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader, Jahrgang 4, Nr. 4, Juni 2023

Qualities of zoomorph expressions. Humanised animalisation: thoughts on the plush animal toys phenomenon

Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader, Jahrgang 4, Nr. 3, Mai 2023

Pamphlets: Awe

Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader, Jahrgang 4, Nr. 2, Mai 2023

Contextualizing Fragments: The Speciesism / Antispe angle and Antidiscriminatory Animal Sociology (2): The specifics of letting go Animal Objectification

Art: Bestiae Obscurae; Nomeclature, by Farangis G. Yegane; Texts: Gita Yegane Arani and Lothar Yegane Arani (Prenzel)

A Hippocratic Oath in Veterinary Care … 3 ; The different stages in life among animal friends … 3
Table one: Bestiae Obscurae, Nomenclature … 7
Biology and Biologism … 8
Table two: Bestiae Obscurae, Aschelminthes … 9
Fragment: Many forms of speciesism … 10
How negation of Nonhumans functions … 11 ; Observation and objectivist claims … 11
Table three: Bestiae Obscurae, Brachiopoda … 12
The layer of respect as preserved for those just like you? … 13
Speciesism as a divisionary act … 14 ; Communication Diversity … 14
Table four: Bestiae Obscurae, Ctenopora … 15
How do you call the Faunacides? … 16 ; Animal Rights, New Green … 16
Table five: Bestiae Obscurae … 17
Fake activism: At the expense of trees … 18
Table six: Bestiae Obscurae, Chordata … 19
Specifics of Animal Objectification: Food, Physis, History … 20 ; Specifics of speciesism … 20
Table seven: Bestiae Obscurae, Entoprocta … 22
Specific criterions of speciesist- / animal-objectifying humiliations: (1) designation as a “food” resource … 23 ; Specifics of speciesism: Physis and visible presence … 23
Table eight: Bestiae Obscurae, Mesozoa … 25
Specifics of speciesism: History, how we see “the past” and how we preserve “what is important” … 26
Specifics of animal objectification: the reification as […] … 27
Table nine: Bestiae Obscurae, Mollusca … 28
The Nature/Human-Dichotomies and Animal ethicists? … 29 ; Clashes in Worldviews (1) … 29
Who kills who … 30
Table nine: Bestiae Obscurae, Rhynchocolea … 31
Human and Nonhuman voices synergizing … 32
Companion Animals in microsanctuary squats and insisting on the outraged mode .. 33
Sentience diversity … 36 ; AI and Nonhuman communication .. 36
Animal Assisted Therapy is a dangerous terrain for Nonhumans themselves and Animal Advocates … 36
Se divide … 37 ; Animal Objectification and Perspectives (1) … 37 ; At the Margin in the Midst … 37
For an antibiologistic, non-segregative and anti-hegemonial sociological approach to Nonhumanity … 38
Suffering injustice … 39
Democracy (1) … 40
For your Earth? … 41

Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader, Jahrgang 4, Nr. 1, Januar 2023

Contextualizing Fragments: The Speciesism / Antispe angle and Antidiscriminatory Animal Sociology (1)

Segregation / computer graphic … 3
Always oppressive specifics / computer graphic … 4
Antidiscriminatory Animal Sociology (1) / computer graphic … 5
Thinking and Objectification / computer graphic … 6
Speciesism in Art and Veganism (1) / computer graphic … 8
Killing and Loving Animality (1) … 10
Justice together with Animals / Io … 11
The sadder sides of progress / computer graphic … 12
Social Animal Portrayals (1) / the crown of the creation … 15
Looking in a fair way at the level of experience / symbiosis … 17
Knowing things, while being undifferentiated / thinking … 20
From: The Vessel as a Metaphor … 22
The „Neverunderstanding“ – or simply the last layer of Animal Objectification? … 23


Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader 2022

Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader, Jahrgang 3, Nr. 3, November 2022

Contextualizing Fragments: The Speciesism/Antispe angle and Animal Objectification

“Utilising” and loving … 3
Animal Objectification and Negation … 6
Opposing all Forms of Animal Objectification … 6
Sentientism and Animal Sociology … 8
Being and sensing … 8
Faunacides are taking place … 9
Ecocide – Faunacide – Genocide, ongoing (1) … 9
Ecocide is foremostly and ethical issue … 9
The term: sustainable … 10
Territorial schisms  …11
Animal Sociology and advocacy … 12
Dedication and commitment … 12

Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader, Jahrgang 3, Nr. 2, Oktober 2022

Animal Rights ABC: How can I assert my basic human rights to demand fundamental animal rights?

Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader, Jahrgang 3, Nr. 1, April 2022

Fragments in Antibiologistic Animal Sociology: From Antispeciesism to Animal Objectification

Decolonialism doesn’t explain forms of nonhuman objectification … 3
Subversion and Oppression … 3
Critique of mainstream Animal Allies … 3
Ethics and Rights, as always (dangerously narrowly understood in technocratic
environmentalism) … 4
Alternatives for the term speciesism … 4
Alternative terms for speciesism … 5
Animal portrayals in language 1 … 5
Trauma 1 (on biologistic approaches to trauma) … 5
A Nonhuman can’t be reduced to a symbol … 5
A fragment on insect mythologies … 6
Animal cultures: relations … 6
Animal cultures … 7
Defend whom and how … 7
Animality and conceptual corners … 7
Speciesism/Animal Objectification and deprivation (1) … 7
No shared positions on animal and human ethics … 7
Antispeciesist/Anti-Animal-Objective plurality being blurred out … 8
Ethical exclusionisists … 8


Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader 2020

Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader, Jahrgang 2, Nr. 3, Oktober 2020

Antibiologistic Antispeciesist Animal Sociology: Environment and Nonhuman Animals (2). No Nonhuman Animal is an Agricultural Issue

Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader, Jahrgang 2, Nr. 2, Oktober 2020

Antibiologistic Antispeciesist Animal Sociology: Environment and Nonhuman Animals

Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader, Jahrgang 2, Nr. 1, August 2020

Ecocide and Speciesism and Faunacide (fragments)

Sentience – eco-social and almost incomparably unique or the one you will measure by which standards? …………………………… 3
Sentience raises many questions about what exactly we discuss …………………………… 4
Cognitions and sentiences in their own ways …………………………… 5
Social replacement …………………………… 5
Stereotyping nonhuman animals. The German “artgerecht” is a speciesist term …………………………… 6
Unique atrocity speciesism …………………………… 8
Criticizing human supremacism while practicing it? …………………………… 8
Animal Sociology means just that …………………………… 8
Deindividualizing subjectivity …………………………… 8
Institutionalized killing as a ritual killing …………………………… 9
Speaking of nonhumans …………………………… 10
Notes on Animal Rights and politics (1) …………………………… 11
Activism …………………………… 11
Don’t substitute instinct with instinct when you can’t speak differently about nonhumans …………………………… 11
Biologistic speciesism and you …………………………… 11
Earth’s Children aren’t taxonomic categories …………………………… 12
Animal hatred and ecology …………………………… 12
Too much reformism …………………………… 12
Ecosociability …………………………… 13


Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader 2018

Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader 5, Jahrgang 1, Nr. 5, Dezember 2018

(Fragments)
Antispeciesism is not necessarily what speciesism isn’t …………………………… 2
Nonanthropocentric perceptions …………………………… 3
Being radical antispe …………………………… 4
What is it in people that makes zoocide and ecocide possible? …………………………… 5

Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader 4, Jahrgang 1, Nr. 4, Dezember 2018

Biologism equals speciesism …………………………………………………………………3
Female-identified human individuals and speciesism,
species-derogation, -negation -annihilation or the
overlooked problem of “women” and anthropocentric-collectivist speciesism ………………3
Nonhuman-inclusive …………………………………………………………………………8
If you keep relegating animality into reductive frameworks …………………………………9
Specifics of speciesism – Aesthetics ………………………………………………………….10
Specifics of speciesism – History, how we see “the past” and how we
preserve “what is important” …………………………………………………………………11
Specifics of speciesism – Physis and visible presence ………………………………………13
Seeing big birds ………………………………………………………………………………14

Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader 3, Jahrgang 1, Nr. 3, Dezember 2018

Animal Agency and Morality …………………………………………………………………3
What is Animality, and what it isn’t …………………………………………………………3
When speciesism feeds speciesism and why nonhuman-animal-allies
should not fall for unproductive rhetorical twists ……………………………………………5
A nonhuman-inclusive vegan economy? Where to start ……………………………………7

Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader 2, Jahrgang 1, Nr. 2, Dezember 2018

Many forms of speciesism ……………………………………………………………………3
A Question Answered by a Question … Can Animals Reason? ……………………………4
Is the utilization of ‘animal bodies’ the source speciesism?
Where does animal degradation start? ………………………………………………………6
In memoriam of the 19th/early 20th century anti-vivisection activist
Martin Eduard Staudinger ……………………………………………………………………9
Lightning sparkles …………………………………………………………………………10

Edition Farangis: Animal Autonomy E-Reader 1, Jahrgang 1, Nr. 1, November 2018

Thoughts about the languages of animals ……………………………………………………4
We speak with each other, somehow. Fragment about an ongoing social process ……………8
Animal Knowledge ……………………………………………………………………………9
Animal Thealogy: Man-Machine? Animal Reason! ………………………………………10
Five neovegan perspectives …………………………………………………………………14