Peter Singer - Videos
Peter Singer lecturing about Animal Rights and world poverty. Utilitarianism and the crises of the 21st century at University Nijmegen. Centre for Ethics Program. July, 2 2012
Prof. Peter Singer and Tadeusz Barto? discussing Charity as an expression of good will, Animal rights, Ethics of human life and death at Szko?a Wy?sza Psychologii Spo?ecznej (SWPS), Warsaw, Poland. (Polish) June 14, 2012
Princeton philosopher Peter Singer and Conversations host Harry Kreisler in a discussion of utilitarianism and its implications for ethical conduct and social change. The conversation focuses on Singer's contribution to the public discourse on animal rights, poverty, and bioethics. Conversations with History. April 18, 2012
Professor Peter Singer speaking about Happiness and Ultimate Good, exploring arguments for and against such a conclusion. He considers the implications for public policy that take happiness as one of the most important goods that individuals can achieve. UC Berkeley Graduate Council Lectures. Graduate Council Lectures, UC Berkeley. Foerster Lectures. April 17, 2012
Peter Singer, Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics in the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University, speaking about Ethics, Evolution & Moral Progress at A Celebration of Reason - 2012 Global Atheist Convention. April 14 2012. Convention Exhibition Centre Melbourne
Professor Peter Singer of Princeton University and Melbourne Universities, and an atheist, and the Revd Professor Brendan Purcell, of University College, Dublin discuss the Role of Reason in Faith and Unbelief at St. Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne. April 12, 2012. (Audio only)
Philosopher Peter Singer and Daniel Lewis-Toakley of anti-poverty campaign Live Below the Line, discussing individual and collective responsibility to address faraway injustices such as global poverty. The University of Melbourne. April 3, 2012
Professor Peter Singer discusses ethics on a global scale, as part of the Rex J. Lipman Fellows Program. St. Peters College. Adelaide, Australia
Peter Singer, Philip Wollen, Veronica Ridge, Adrian Richardson, Fiona Chambers and Bruce McGregor speaking about the ethics of eating meat. Six speakers are divided into two teams for lively and insightful arguments for and against the proposition, 'Animals Should Be Off the Menu'. Intelligence Squared's 2012 Wheeler Centre, Melbourne, Australia. March 20, 2012
Peter Singer, Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics in the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University asking if we have a moral obligation to help others? In the face of poverty and extreme need, why don't we give more? Does helping others have to be a sacrifice? What does it cost to save a life? Happiness & Its Causes 2012. March 1 - 2 March 2012; Sydney Town Hall, Sydney, Australia
Peter Singer, Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics in the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University, speaking about the Moral Persuasion for Global Poverty in a video presentation at TEDxHogeschoolUtrecht. November 8, 2011.
Philosopher Peter Singer, Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University in an interview discussing his book, The Life You Can Save. Singer is Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University. www.thewheatandchaff.com
Princeton University Bio-ethicist and atheist Peter Singer and Oxford University Professor and Christian John Lennox in a debate Is There a God? Fixed Point Foundation is an American-based Christian organisation dedicated to exploring the big ideas around faith and culture, Melbourne, Australia. Melbourne Town Hall. July 20, 2011
Prof Peter Singer (Princeton University) discusses the way in which our decisions about the kind of built environment we choose to create, and to live in, should take into account the interests of others, whether present or future, human or nonhuman. 2011 Utzon Lecture Series. University of New South Wales, July 13, 2011
The Potomac Institute for Policy Studies' Center for Neurotechnology Studies presented an introductory symposium on ethical animal research entitled "Neuroscience and Non-Speciesist Neuroethics: Implications for Animal Welfare and the Responsible Conduct of Research," on February 4, 2011. Speakers included Rep. James P. Moran (D-VA-8), Co-Chair of the Congressional Animal Protection Caucus: Prof. James Giordano, PhD, Potomac Institute for Policy Studies; Cathy Liss, Animal Welfare Institute; Paul A. Locke, DrPH, JD, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing; and Joseph Barber, PhD, Hunter College (CUNY) New York, NY.
Peter Singer speaking at Rutgers University on December 2nd, 2010 to launch the first US chapter of Giving What We Can.
Bioethicist Peter Singer, psychologist Steven Pinker, author Sam Harris, philosopher Patricia Churchland, physicist Lawrence Krauss, philosopher Simon Blackburn, and The Science Network's Roger Bingham discuss what impact evolutionary theory and advances in neuroscience might have on traditional concepts of morality. If human morality is an evolutionary adaptation and if neuroscientists can identify specific brain circuitry governing moral judgment, can scientists determine what is, in fact, right and wrong? Arizona State University - Origins Project.
Philosopher Peter Singer speaking about Ethics Without Religion at the Global Atheist Convention Melbourne. March, 14 2010.
Philosopher Peter Singer interviewed by Richard Dawkins for "The Genius of Charles Darwin", the Channel 4 UK TV program which won British Broadcasting Awards' "Best Documentary Series" of 2008.
Philosopher Peter Singer asking how can we establish a clearer common ethical basis to engagement on a range of civil society concerns. Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce RSA & World Wildlife Fund Series on Global Challenges and the Values We Live By. March 30, 2009, London.
Peter Singer, atheist philosopher and one of Time Magazine's "100 Most Influential People", discusses the implications of atheism and theism for morality with John Hare, Noah Porter Professor of Philosophical Theology at Yale. Q&A is moderated by Eric Gregory, Professor of Religion at Princeton. From The Veritas Forum at MIT, 2009.
Peter Singer, the Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics at the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University and Michael Sandel, the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Government at Harvard University, and Peter Singer, the Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics at the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University, speaking about The Ethical Use of Biotechnology: Debating the Science of Perfecting Humans. 2008-09 Amherst College Colloquium Series (ACCS) October 17, 2008
Philosopher and Professor of Bioethics Peter Singer discussing The Ethics of What We Eat, exploring the food we eat, where it comes from, and how it is produced. Williams College on Thursday, Oct. 16 at Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts on Thursday, October 16, 2008
Peter Singer, Professor of Bioethics, Princeton University and George Philander, Professor of Geosciences, Princeton University discussing The Ethical Challenge of Climate Change at Princeton University, Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) and the University Center for Human Values. September 30, 2008.
Peter Singer and Dinesh D'Souza debating the existence of God, including several related issues: human origins and evolution, the problem of evil and suffering, the basis for morals and ethical principles, and the cultural impact of an atheistic or theistic worldview, moderated by Craig Hazen, director of the Christian Apologetics Program, featured opening statements, rebuttals, and cross examination. Biola University, April 25, 2008
Peter Singer lecturing about ethics at Secular Society and its Enemies conference, Center for Inquiry. New York, November 10, 2007
Peter Singer, Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics, at Princeton University and Eric Schlosser, Journalist and author of Fast Food Nation speaking about Food, Ethics and the Environment, Moving Beyond Fast Food Nation: The True Cost of Cheapness, Food as an Ethical Issue at Princeton University, Nov 16-17, 2006
Peter Singer, Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics, at Princeton University and Eric Schlosser, Journalist and author of Fast Food Nation explore the broad and compelling issues and ethical dilemmas surrounding food production in the US and the choices individuals make regarding the food they eat. Princeton University, Nov 16-17, 2006
Bioethicist Peter Singer, noted as one of the 100 most influential people by TIME Magazine, lecturing about Compassionate Action for Animals, Ethics and Animals,” exploring the ethical questions that arise from our society’s use of animals. University of Minnesota, March 23, 2006 at Ted Mann Hall, Minneapolis.
Peter Singer, Ph.D. Alida Rutchick, Vegetarian Society of Hawaii and Cathy Goeggel, Animal Rights Hawaii in a presentation and discussion entitled Animal Liberation - 25 Years On. Filming and editing by Dr William Harris. Vegetarian Society of Hawaii, September 1, 2001.