Cannibalism: The Most Troubling Taboo of All


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Cannibalism: The Most Troubling Taboo of All
The focus of this paper will be upon cannibalism – perhaps the greatest taboo of all insofar as it entails the desecration and consumption of the human body. The discussion into the taboo of cannibalism will begin by first detailing the distinction to be made between cannibalism done for survival and cannibalism done out of choice for cultural reasons; the paper will subsequently describe the distate many westerners obviously feel for the latter and will then transition into a discussion of various non-western societies that might spark wide-spread revulsion amongst western audiences because of their willingness to engage in exocannibalism and endocannibalism for reasons that range from not...
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