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Peter Singer under fire : the moral iconoclast faces his critics / edited by Jeffrey A. Schaler
Chicago : Open Court, c2009
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 3rd Floor  B5704.S554 P48 2009    AVAILABLE
Subject Singer, Peter, 1946-
Subject(s) Ethics
Ethicists
Physical Description xxv, 571 p. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 507-557) and index
Contents The moral status of animals -- The sanctity of life -- Global ethics -- Ethical theory
Review "Peter Singer, the best-known and most controversial ethicist of our day, has done more than anyone else to make philosophical ethics relevant to the troubling moral issues that concern ordinary people and policy-makers." "Singer's views on such topics as world hunger, abortion, infanticide, the sanctity of life, and our treatment of animals have often aroused fierce opposition from political and religious leaders. Singer was subjected to violent attacks during his visits to Germany in 1989-1991, and his appointment to a chair in bioethics at Princeton University led to noisy protests and threats of boycott." "Peter Singer Under Fire includes Singer's intellectual autobiography, in which he relates the events of his life and tells how he arrived at his contentious views, followed by fifteen essays from prominent critics of Singer (not all philosophers or academics), to each one of which Singer gives a careful and clear reply."--BOOK JACKET
Series Under fire series
Alternate Author Schaler, Jeffrey A

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