In his book The Most Good You Can Do, Peter Singer says, “Effective altruists do things like the following: living modestly and donating a large part of their income—often much more than the traditional tenth, or tithe—to the most effective charities; researching and discussing with others which charities are the most effective or drawing on research done by other independent evaluators; choosing a career in which they can earn most, not in order to be able to live affluently but so that they can do more good; talking to others, in person or online, about giving, so that the idea of effective altruism will spread; giving part of their body—blood, bone marrow, or even a kidney—to a stranger (p.4).” 343 more words
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The Most Good You Can Do: How Effective Altruism Is Changing Ideas About Living Ethically, by Peter Singer
Paperback, 232 pages, published July 5th 2016 by Yale University Press (first published 2015) 378 more words
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“Understand at last that you have something in you more powerful and divine than what causes the bodily passions and pulls you like a mere puppet.