➣ Hitman: Agent 47 Movie Storyline “ An assassin teams up with a woman to help her find her father and uncover the mysteries of her ancestry. ”
➣ Hitman: Agent 47 Movie Detail Release Date : 2015-08-20 Casts : Melanie Benna, Chris Theisinger, Mona Pirzad, Dennis Heath, Rolf Kanies, Joe Toedtling, Johannes Suhm, Helena Pieske, Andrew Di Bartolomeo, Daniel Stockhorst, Hannah Ware, Alvin Chan, Eskindir Tesfay, Prince William E. Morris, Florian Hotz, Alrik Kreemke, AngelaBaby, Dan Bakkedahl, Markus Ranglack, Kira Smidt, Georg Ebinal, JÃ¼rgen Prochnow, Zachary Quinto, Daniel Michael Nelson, Michael Corcoran, Sebastian HÃ¼lk, Rupert Friend, Jessica Lois, Thomas Kretschmann, Waye Leon Goh, Michaela Caspar, Matthias GÃ¼nther, Michael Knese, Asuka Tovazzi, Jesse Hergt, Jerry Hoffmann, Tom Jester, Felix Koch, Melissa Broughton, Peter Paes, Michael BornhÃ¼tter, JÃ¶rg Ellmer, David BrÃ¼ckner, CiarÃ¡n Hinds, Janice Koh Yu-Mei, Emilio Rivera, Nils Brunkhorst, Manuel Depta, Charlene Beck Duration : 96 minutes runtime Rating : 5.6
“My parents taught me never to judge others based on whom they love, what color their skin is, or their religion. Why make life miserable for someone when you could be using your energy for good? We don’t need to share the same opinions as others, but we need to be respectful. When you hear people making hateful comments, stand up to them. Point out what a waste it is to hate, and you could open their eyes.”
a couple days ago, i had the opportunity to attend an eye-opening presentation by social psychologist and vegan activist dr. melanie joy.
i have seen arguments for veganism put forth on ethical, environmental, and health grounds, but until now, never have i seen the topic approached from a psychological perspective as done here. instead of focusing on why we ought not to eat meat, she explores why we do eat meat.
dr. melanie joy looks at carnism (the consumption of meat and other animal products) as an ideology - one that actively works to convince us that meat eating is natural, normal, and necessary when in fact it actually runs counter to our deeply held values and beliefs (such as empathy, loving animals, etc.). her findings about the cognitive dissonance induced by meat eating have been supported by recent psychological studies.
for those interested in further reading, she wrote her doctoral dissertation on this topic and an abstract can be found here. if you have access to online academic databases, you can read it in full. it’s really quite fascinating.