McGee – A Clean Well Lighted Place
McGee, Glenn. “A Clean Well Lighted Place: In Search of Food Ethics in the 21st Century Grocery Store.” American Journal of Bioethics 7, no. 10 (October 2007): 1-2.
As an American bioethicist, Glenn McGee joins the food ethics argument in, “A Clean Well Lighted Place: In Search of Food Ethics in the 21st Century Grocery Store”. This argument, amongst other points, states that the average American is exposed to the growing disconnect of human and land. He maps out the vast differences where we were when we grew our own food and where we are now in regards to the production and advertisement of food. McGee refers to the relationship of eating is found directly between the supplier and the consumer, rather than the consumer and the food. Glenn McGee holds degrees in philosophy from Vanderbilt University and Baylor University. In addition to this article, McGee has authored several other scholarly articles, essays, reviews and two books. He also serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the American Journal of Bioethics which he subsequently founded, as well as the senior editor of the MIT Basic Bioethics.
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