While not exactly mind-boggling, the first chapter is, however, more than useful to set the stage for Singer’s arguments. After all, in order to discuss something, you need to know what you’re talking about. I know that setting a stage for a discourse is not easy. I have plenty of experience with public debate, as […]Read more "About Ethics"
A little side effect from our Socratic Café: I ordered a book recommended by Dan Mullin. So, now that I have some time on the night shift to read it, I will also write a post for every chapter of the book. This will not be a book review! Peter Singer is a philosophy professor […]Read more "Peter Singer’s Practical Ethics"
I just had a free session with Daniel Mullin, my philosophical councellor. This was thanks to nobody else showing up for his test run of the online socratic café. This free session inspired me to write this post, since we spoke about ethics and morality. I have been trying to reconcile my christian morals with […]Read more "The Broken People"