Oderberg explains Why Peter Singer is Wrong

This is an old lecture, given by David S. Oderberg, just over 10 years ago now, at Princeton, on modern bioethics as epitomized in the work of Peter Singer. In it, Oderberg outlines many of the problems with modern bioethics, such as its dependence on utilitarianism, its ad hoc machinery of argumentation, and the like. Here is the Powerpoint presentation of the lecture. Enjoy.

    

1 comment for “Oderberg explains Why Peter Singer is Wrong

  1. March 28, 2016 at 5:35 pm

    Excellent stuff!

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