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One World

One World: The Ethics of Globalisation

Peter Singer

What are the ethical concerns surrounding globalisation? Peter Singer examines our obligations towards climate change, foreign aid, the International Criminal Court and the World Trade Organization, and asks us to consider what a global ethic could mean. One World is an essential book for our times.

Peter Singer
About the Author

Peter Singer, an Australian philosopher, is Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University. He is the author of more than twenty books, including Ethics in the Real World and The Most Good You Can Do. Singer divides his time between Princeton and Melbourne.

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4 October 2004
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‘Timely and thoughtful…Singer grapples with globalization’s thorniest questions.’

‘Peter Singer may be the most controversial philosopher alive; he is certainly among the most influential.’

‘I doubt whether many of us could read this book without changing our minds on many a fundamental matter.’

‘Singer deals with the big ethical issues of the era.’

‘Singer…struggles with the issues of globalization in a rigorously hard-headed manner rarely seen on this topic.’