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Philosopher Peter Singer believes ending world poverty is within reach. However, it will require a new perspective on what it means to live an ethical life. He offers a plan for giving, and explains why it is ethically indefensible not to help those in need.
- Peter Singer Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University. Author, co-author, and editor of forty books on topics ranging from Marx and Hegel to stem cell research to the way we eat.
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