Peter Singer's Interviews
Peter Singer: From Animal Liberation to Effective Altruism
I have felt privileged to know the remarkable scholar Peter Singer as a friend and colleague for over a decade. We first met, I believe, in the context of atheism, but our discussions have ranged far more broadly, and his impact on my own thinking has been substantial. He and I engaged in a public dialogue in Arizona e
528: The World’s Most Influential Philosopher On Ethical Eating | Peter Singer
What is our responsibility to animals? Is there a way to consciously source and consume animal products? Or are we sacrificing the health of our planet for the sake of a few hamburgers? As the climate crisis grows in urgency, so too do these ethical dilemmas. Answering these questions, however, can often feel confusing
Peter Singer: How to Make Ethical Food Choices and Respect Animal Rights
Is eating meat an ethical practice? In this episode of The Darin Olien show, we navigate the often-unseen implications of factory farming on our environment and society, shedding light on issues ranging from subsidized grain, antibiotic resistance, and climate change with Peter Singer. Peter's expertise in bioethics
Animal Rights, Abortion, and Lying with Peter Singer
My guest today is Peter Singer. Peter Singer is a renowned Australian moral philosopher best known for his work in applied ethics, particularly regarding animal rights and global poverty. He's considered a leader in the development of the modern animal rights movement, which was hugely influenced by his 1975 book, "Ani
Peter Singer: Is the animal rights movement unstoppable?
Philosopher Peter Singer has spent decades arguing for animal rights; his arguments have persuaded millions to give up meat. Has the movement he inspired become unstoppable?
Peter Singer on Utilitarianism, Influence, and Controversial Ideas
Peter Singer is one of the world’s most influential living philosophers, whose ideas have motivated millions of people to change how they eat, how they give, and how they interact with each other and the natural world. Peter joined Tyler to discuss whether utilitarianism is only tractable at the margin, how Peter think