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November 01 2018

Growing popularity of hunting reflects sustainability movements to reconnect people with their food sources.

When a former NHL player recently posted photos on a social media account of himself with a bear and moose he legally shot, it triggered outrage. Tim Brent’s account was swamped with angry comments, to the point someone suggested a Mexican cartel put out a hit on him.

But though hunting is seen by opponents as cruel and unnecessary, it holds a different and deeper meaning for many enthusiasts, said University of Alberta philosopher Richard Kover, who teaches a course on the philosophy of hunting.

“Many hunters would say it’s a spiritually and existentially deep sport and would counter the argument that it’s for fun and recreation,” said Kover, who is not a hunter himself.

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