A Talk by PETER SINGER: "The Life We Can Save: Global Health Inequality & Practical Ethics"
Author of: Animal Liberation, The Life You Can Save, The Ethics of What We Eat, Practical Ethics, One World: The Ethics of Globalization.
Peter Singer is the Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics at Princeton, and a Professor at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics at the University of Melbourne and has been called "the most influential living philosopher" (the New Yorker) and his accessible prose and provocative challenges to our sense of moral obligation have been read by millions in the New York Times, in college classrooms, and by readers everywhere.
This event is free, and we will be accepting donations for PIH's University Hospital in Mirebalais, Haiti.
For More information contact: Elliot Ratzman (Religion, Jewish Studies) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|Host:||PIH | Engage Philadelphia|
Temple U. Main Campus-Anderson Hall (Philadelphia, PA)
Anderson Hall, Room 14 (Ground Floor)
11th Street and W. Berks
Philadelphia, PA 19122
|Directions:||On Rail: Temple Stop, walk up the hill. Anderson is the tall tower on the left hand side. On bus: take 23 Bus N. from Center City to Temple. Anderson is the Tall Tower at Berks Street. Coming south on the 23 Bus, get off at the "Bell Tower" Berks stop. Walk East. Anderson is on your Right. From Subway, take Broad St. line to Cecil B. Moore. Walk across campus to Anderson Hall. http://www.temple.edu/maps-and-directions|
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