God, the Good, and Utilitarianism: Perspectives on Peter Singer Hardcover – 6 Feb 2014
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Peter Singer is famous for his controversial defence of abortion, infanticide and euthanasia. This volume brings his work into conversation with utilitarians and Christian ethicists on climate change, poverty, animal rights, moral theory and the history of ethics. It will be of interest to those studying the philosophy of religion and applied ethics.
About the Author
John Perry is Lecturer in Theological Ethics at the University of St Andrews, and formerly McDonald Fellow for Christian Ethics and Public Life at the University of Oxford. He is the author of The Pretenses of Loyalty (2011).
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