The following critically evaluates Peter Singer’s essay “Famine, Affluence, and Morality” by considering three of Singer’s fundamental but inter-related assumptions.
While walking home in a suburb of Athens I found myself struck by what I saw. This happened only the
“An end has been put to the ‘Cold War,’ … The threat of a world war is no more” highlighted
Nothing would ever be the same for him. Seeing her made him realise the meaning of existing. He had emerged
They had made it to the top, together. Holding her hand he inhaled savouring the moment for what it was.
Recent events in current affairs have shown how world leaders have failed to uphold human right regulations per the UN
Citing Hindu scripture, Robert Oppenheimer, the head of the nuclear “Manhattan Project”, upon viewing the first Nuclear weapon test, lamented
The route to the light you have seen is vast. You know not where the light may be found. You
America of all places should lead the world in combating racism, divisiveness and extremism. It should not become a haven for bigots and the like.
When will this end?