1 School of Communication and Culture - Scandinavian Studies, School of Communication and Culture, Arts, Aarhus University2 School of Communication and Culture - Scandinavian Studies, School of Communication and Culture, Arts, Aarhus University
In this essay I have reworked the question of death in hunting by defining it as an activity whose nature implies a relation of being by living the death of the animal. Once this relation is understood more fully, it becomes obvious that the animal is not an isolated totality of relations, but is instead a relative being whose being merits a moral obligation on the part of the hunter to make the manner of its death worthy of the manner of its being.
Semikolon (aarhus C), 2013, Vol 24, Issue 1600-8529, p. 27-34
Hunting; jagt; Semiotik; Semiosis; Morality; Death