An Essay on Peter Singer, the Author of Famine, Affluence, and Morality
Peter Singer, the author of Famine, Affluence, and Morality, attempts to distinguish between obligation and charitable motivations. He tries to show that wealthy people should do more to help the people of the world who are needy and suffering from famine. Many people think that giving to famine relief is a good deed, but is optional. Singer believes it is mandatory and morally justified for the fortunate to help the deprived as much as possible. Although he presents many sound arguments, the reality of his proposals are admirable but impracticable and will never exist.
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