Peter Singer Writing Styles in Animal Liberation: The Definitive Classic of the Animal Movement

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"Animal Liberation" by Peter Singer is recounted in the first person by the author. It is not a book about Singer's personal life and experiences. However, the subject of animal abuse is a personal one for him. This version, published in 2002, is an update to two other versions of the book which was originally published in 1975 with the first update in 1990. Peter Singer is a dedicated advocate of the rights of animals and he makes a strong and compelling case for the reduction and eventual eradication of animal abuse.

Peter Singer is an Australian philosopher who has been an animal activist for over twenty years. His interest in the protection of animals led him to the position of Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University. Singer is considered the founder of the modern animal rights movement and has shined bright light on the cruel and horrific suffering that man...

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