If you have some of your own I encourage you to read this book.
What I can guarantee though is that it will make you think, probably more than you have before, about how much you give to charity and how you choose where to give.
The thrust of Singer’s argument is on the moral implications of giving to help the very poor, especially those in other nations.
Admittedly, I read this for a college course, so I'm not sure how that has biased my enjoyment of the book, but I think I can give it a fair assessment. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Phil
An excellent read that should make the world a better place the more people that read it.Published 8 days ago by Jeremy West
Peter Singer has put together a great short book on the moral and ethical arguments for giving and discusses major objections in depth. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Brendan Vaughn
This is easily the most transformative book I have ever read. I frequently lend one of my four copies to students and friends who are interested in poverty, ethics, and global... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Stephanie G.
Very convincing written book with undisputable arguments how we can make the world a better place for everyone. Who stays unaffected after reading this needs a psychiatrist.Published 27 days ago by Bruno Demonie
This book is rocking my world. Really important for those of us with means to consider what we can and SHOULD do to help those in need, particularly those in third world nations... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Maia T.
Phenomenal read. Peter Singer hits it out of the park once again.Published 1 month ago by Oliver Park
Peter Singer lays out his case as to why we should all give to organizations that help the world's poorest people. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Beth