This is simply a must read for everyone.
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.
This book reads as an excellent spring board for a deeper review of modern philanthropy. Overall the book explores the deep implications of the opportunity costs of acting (or, as... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Adair
The book is Philosophical in nature, makes several good points, but needs updated. A recent study detailed that 1 billion people came out or extreme poverty between 1990 and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pat Hallquist
I love this book! So much so that I shared it with my friends at work and we all read and discussed it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Darcy J Phillips
The most clear exposition I've yet read of the implications (largely unrecognized by most people in their everyday lives) of affirming the equal dignity of all persons -- and thus... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joel
A must read for everyone. Cant rate it highly enough. If you only read one more book in your lifetime, make it this one.Published 3 months ago by Emma Hayes
Challenging, irritatingly logical, just what you'd expect from Peter Singer. At one point he calculates a 'standard' for how much you should be giving away given that you, as a... Read morePublished 5 months ago by lyn bray