Peter Singer–Internationally-renowned ethicist/author/philosopher/Princeton professor

by | Sep 13, 2006

Internationally-renowned ethicist/author/philosopher/Princeton professor Peter Singer–named one of the world’s 100 most influential people by Time Magazine in 2005, perhaps best known as the author of 1975’s landmark “Animal Liberation,” a highly influential work which has prompted many to view him as the father of the modern animal rights movement–discusses his latest book, “The Way We Eat: Why Our Food Choices Matter” (co-authored with Jim Mason), notes some of the findings that surprised him in researching the new book, touches on how shopping/eating choices can impact animals and the environment, and more. []

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