They All Had Eyes Confessions of a Vivisectionist - book

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They All Had Eyes: Confessions of a Vivisectionist is a book published in 2016 written by Michael Slusher that documents his experience as a vivisectionist. The book is an account of Slusher's time as a vivisectionist and offers a unique perspective on the issue, as it is written from the point of view of someone who has actually performed vivisection. He describes the experiments he performed on animals, the conditions in which they were kept, and the emotions he experienced during the process. He also discusses the ethical questions raised by vivisection and the impact it has on both the animals and the researchers who perform the experiments.

One of the key themes of the book is the emotional toll that vivisection can take on those who perform it. Slusher writes about how he became emotionally detached from the animals he was experimenting on, and how he eventually came to feel guilty about what he was doing. He also discusses the psychological impact that vivisection had on him and his colleagues, and the toll it took on their personal lives.

The book highlights the intense suffering and waste of thousands of lives in such a way as to leave the reader without any doubt about whether animal research is justified or required.

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