John Berger’s Why Look at Animals is one of the most important books of recent years, addressing the marginalization of animals and our relationship with them. His work is an acclaimed critical analysis of the modern era, focusing on the ways in which the human condition has affected the behavior and life-styles of animals. In his seminal 1972 book Ways of Seeing, Berger claimed that animals have become symbols of capitalism, as a cow in an eighteenth-century landscape is merely a piece of furniture on four legs. This cultural history of denaturation has led to a situation in which animals have been reduced to economic value and have lost their magical significance.
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