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- Oxford University Press 2000; US$ 9.99
Peter Singer identifies the central vision that unifies Marx's thought. He sees Marx as a philosopher primarily concerned with human freedom, rather than as an economist or a social scientist. He explains alienation, historical materialism, the economic theory of capital, and Marx's communism. more...
- Oxford University Press 2001; US$ 9.99
Many people regard Hegel's work as obscure and extremely difficult, yet his importance and influence are universally acknowledged. This work offers a discussion of his ideas and an account of his major works. The book is intended for A-level and degree students of philosophy; and general readers. more...
- Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 2005; US$ 55.95
Exciting new collection edited by controversial philosopher Peter Singer, who made animal rights into an international concern when he first published In Defence of Animals and Animal Liberation over thirty years ago. This collection brings together new, incisive articles. Singer from University of Melbourne, Vic and Princeton. more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2009; US$ 15.00
For the first time in history, eradicating world poverty is within our reach. Yet around the world, a billion people struggle to live each day on less than many of us pay for bottled water. In The Life You Can Save , Peter Singer uses ethical arguments, illuminating examples, and case studies of charitable giving to show that our current response... more...
- Princeton University Press 2011; US$ 17.95
What is ethics? Where do moral standards come from? Are they based on emotions, reason, or some innate sense of right and wrong? For many scientists, the key lies entirely in biology--especially in Darwinian theories of evolution and self-preservation. But if evolution is a struggle for survival, why are we still capable of altruism? In his classic... more...
- The Text Publishing Company 2010; US$ 26.95
Most of us are absolutely certain that we wouldn't hesitate to save a drowning child. Yet while thousands of children die each day, we spend money on things we take for granted, and would hardly miss if they were not there. Is that wrong? If so, how far does our obligation to the poor go? The Life You Can Save offers a solution to world poverty. more...
- The Text Publishing Company 2010; US$ 25.95
President George W. Bush, more than any other United States president in living memory, talks constantly about ethics, values, good and evil. This book is an attempt to hold the policies of George W. Bush, and his actions as president, up to an ethical standard. more...
- Pan Macmillan 2010; US$ 8.95
What is a human life worth? Can we put a figure on it? We say we believe in the equality of each individual life, but do our actions bear this out? From acclaimed philosopher Peter Singer comes a radical challenge to Western affluence and apathy, and a series of seaching questions. Writing on ethics for more than 30 years, he was nonetheless astonished... more...
- Random House Australia 2012; US$ 18.08
'Is there still anything to live for? Is anything worth pursuing, apart from money, love and caring for one's own family? . . . In this book I give one answer. It is as ancient as the dawn of philosophy, but as much needed in our circumstances today as it ever was before. The answer is that we can live an ethical life.'In How Are We to Live? Peter... more...