Chat with us, powered by LiveChat Peter Singer, The Singer Solution to World Poverty 1. What are the two cases Singer gives as examples of the dynamics of giving and non-giving? 2. What are Singer’s arguments in favor of the altruistic position? 3. What are the objections to Singer’s vie | Coms Paper
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Ethical Systems
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DATE: 04/01/20
TOPIC: PETER SINGER – ETHICAL ALTRUISM
TYPES OF NON-GIVING
DORA: PASSIVE NON-GIVING (WHEN YOU’RE CONSUMING RESOURCES THAT
COULD HAVE BEEN USED TO HELP OTHERS)
BOB: ACTIVE NON-
GIVING (WHEN YOU’RE DIRECTLY CONFRONTED WITH THE
OPPORTUNITY TO GIVE AND YOU REFUSE)
*THESE ARE ETHICALLY THE SAME (IN BOTH CASES YOU END UP NOT GIVING)
SINGER: WE ARE SELFISH BY NATURE BUT WE COULD ACT ALTRUISTICALLY (
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