Eva Meijer: 'Of course animals speak. The thing is we don't listen'

  The Guardian 

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The Dutch philosopher and artist believes we should change our relationship to animals. This involves recognising that they talk to us – and granting them proper rights Fagan the horse is enormous, nervy and then, suddenly, inexplicably calm when Eva Meijer strokes his neck and whispers in his twitching ears. Meijer, a Dutch philosopher, novelist, visual artist and singer-songwriter, is visiting t
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