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by Peter Singer
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This was a lecture given during a 2007 CFI conference "Secular Society and its Enemies." Singer runs through various topics relating to Ethics and the talk wraps up with a few minutes of Q&A.

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by Peter Singer
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Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University and professor at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics at the University of Melbourne, Peter Singer takes a hard look at the food we eat, where it comes from, and how it is produced.

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There is widespread agreement that happiness is good, but is it the sole ultimate good? Princeton University Professor Peter Singer explores arguments for and against such a conclusion.

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by Peter Singer
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A 5-part conference, exploring the broad and compelling issues and ethical dilemmas surrounding food production in the U.S. and the choices individuals make regarding the food they eat.

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Peter Singer and Eric Schlosser explore the broad and compelling issues and ethical dilemmas surrounding food production in the U.S. and the choices individuals make regarding the food they eat.

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by Peter Singer
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Conversations host Harry Kreisler welcomes Princeton philosopher Peter Singer for a discussion of utilitarianism and its implications for ethical conduct and social change.

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by Peter Singer
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Peter Singer is recognized as one of the most influential philosophers alive. He is the author of Animal Liberation and Practical Ethics, and has motivated countless people to give more to charity.

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by Peter Singer
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A thought-provoking look at how what we eat affects the environment and all living things—and how we can eat more healthfully and humanely.

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by Peter Singer
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Bill critiques Peter’s metaphor of the drowning child. Judging a charity’s effectiveness. Good intentions, dumb charities.

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