Famous vegetarians – Writers, philosophers, scientists

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  • Scott Adams (writer/artist of comic strip “Dilbert”) Source: Vegetarian Times June (or so) 1996
  • Louisa May Alcott (author of the novel Little Women) Source: A Teen’s Guide to Going Vegetarian
  • Clive Barker (Author of Hellraiser series, Weaveworld, etc.) Source: Appearance on Politically Incorrect With Bill Maher
  • Jeremy Bentham (Philosopher) Source: Animal Liberation, by Peter Singer
  • William Blake
  • Berke Breathed (US Cartoonist — writes and draws Bloom County and Outland comic strips) Source: A Teen’s Guide to Going Vegetarian
  • Charlotte Bronte
  • Leonardo Da Vinci
  • Charles Darwin (British naturalist in 1800s) Source: A Teen’s Guide to Going Vegetarian
  • Thomas Edison
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson (American lecturer, essayist, and poet)
  • Amanda Feilen (writer and poet) (vegan)
  • Henry Heimlich M.D. (created Heimlich maneuver) Source: A Teen’s Guide to Going Vegetarian
  • Krishnamurti Jiddu (Spiritual teacher) Source: Krishnamurtis Notebook, His biography written by Mary Lutyens.
  • Steven Jobs (founded Apple computer company) Source: A Teen’s Guide to Going Vegetarian
  • Franz Kafka (Writer) Source: Vegetariana Cookbook
  • Carla Lane (Writer & TV scipt writer & animal welfare )
  • Milton
  • Alan Moore (Comics writer, Watchmen, V For Vendetta, Marvelman, etc.)
  • Sir Isaac Newton (English scientist, astronomer, and mathematician) Source: A Teen’s Guide to Going Vegetarian
  • Plato
  • Sir C. V. Raman (Nobel prize-winning physicist – 1930s?)
  • Srinivasa Ramanujan (Probably the greatest Indian mathematician in the last 1000 yrs.)Source: The man who knew Infinity by Kanigel
  • Serge Raynaud de la Ferriére (Founder of Universal Great Brotherhood) (vegan) Source: His Literature: Yug.Yoga Yoghismo. Ed. Diana
  • Ruth Rendell (writer) Source: BBC Vegetarian Good Food mag, Dec 1997
  • John Robbins (author of Diet for a New America and May all be Fed) (vegan) Source: Author’s books.
  • Jean Jacques Rousseau (French writer and political philosophers) Source: A Teen’s Guide to Going Vegetarian
  • Albert Schweitzer (German philosopher, physician, musician, clergyman, missionary, writer on theology) Source: A Teen’s Guide to Going Vegetarian
  • George Bernard Shaw (writer)
  • Percy Shelley (poet)
  • Upton Sinclair (American writer) Source: A Teen’s Guide to Going Vegetarian
  • Isaac Bashevis Singer (Writer – Nobel Prize winner in Literature)
  • Peter Singer (Philosopher. Author of Animal Liberation) Source: His book Animal Liberation
  • Socrates
  • Colin Spencer (reknown food writer) (vegan) Source: The Vegan Society UK
  • Benjamin Spock (MD)
  • Chandrashekar Subrahmanyam (Nobel prize-winning astrophysicist – 1983)
  • Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772)
  • Nikola Tesla (Inventor; too many to list, including AC Current) Source: Any decent biography of Nikola Tesla
  • Henry David Thoreau
  • Leo Tolstoy
  • Mark Twain
  • Alice Walker (vegan) Source: Her autobiographical text Everything We Love Can Be Saved
  • Alan Watts (philosophical writing)
  • H.G. Wells (British author) Source: A Teen’s Guide to Going Vegetarian
  • William Wordsworth
  • Serge Raynaud de la Ferriere (Universal Great Brotherhood Founder) Source: U.G.B. in Mexico.

 

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