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Rather than Buying Art, Relieve Suffering: Peter Singer Tries Aesthetics?

Included in Peter Singer’s book Ethics in the Real World is a short essay entitled The Ethical Cost of High-Price Art. The aim of the essay is to argue that the tens of millions of dollars spent on (especially) modern art is an unethical use of money, given that the purchase is not an investment on the part of the buyer. 1,453 more words

Philosophy

Apa Yang Disebut Etika Bukanlah

Tentang Etika (Peter Singer)

Pada buku Practical Ethics (1993) Peter Singer ingin menerangkan kepada kita mengenai apa itu etika. Dia secara gamblang memilah disiplin etika dari sejumlah keputusan otoritatif yang dibuat oleh penganjur moral agamawan. 1,305 more words

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BookTuber Tuesday - Animal Liberation by Peter Singer

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BookTuber Tuesday

Book Review: Animal Liberation by Peter Singer

I read this book because it was mentioned in Sunaura Taylor’s Beasts of BurdenApparently this is classic animal liberation stuff that I had never heard of — it came out before… 1,369 more words

Book Review

The Ethics of Infanticide

In the 1970s, the Australian moral philosopher Peter Singer, perhaps best-known for his book Animal Liberation (1975), began to argue that it is ethical to give parents the option (in consultation with doctors) to euthanize infants with disabilities. 1,020 more words

SCIENCE

Trailer of the Day: Kangaroo

Kangaroo

Written and Directed by Kate McIntyre Clere and Michael McIntyre
With Kangaroo Dundee, Tim Flannery, Terri Irwin, Peter Singer and Phil Wollen

This groundbreaking film reveals the truth surrounding Australia’s love-hate relationship with its beloved icon. 154 more words

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Response Essay #1 from PHIL 424W - On "Famine, Affluence and Morality" by Peter Singer

Response to Famine, Affluence and Morality by Peter Singer

Singer’s argument in Famine, Affluence and Morality brings about a series of objections, some of which he addresses, along with some he does not mention. 1,230 more words

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