My work is based on the assumption that clarity and consistency in our moral thinking is likely, in the long run, to lead us to hold better views on ethical issues.
Heilpädagogik Online, 01/03, p. 53
Writings by Peter Singer
[books / book excerpts]
· The Triviality of the Debate Over 'Is-Ought' and the Definition of 'Moral'. American Philosophical Quarterly, January 1973.
· Equality for Animals? Excerpted from Practical Ethics. Cambridge, 1979.
· The Biological Basis of Ethics. Excerpted from The Expanding Circle. New York, 1981.
· The Animal Liberation Movement. Nottingham, 1985.
· Ethics and the Animal Liberation Movement. Excerpted from In Defence of Animals. New York, 1985.
· Conditioned Ethical Blindness. Excerpted from Animal Liberation: a Graphic Guide. London, 1987.
· Proving the Obvious. Excerpted from Animal liberation: a Graphic Guide. London, 1987.
· All Animals are Equal. Excerpted from Animal Rights and Human Obligations. 2nd edition, New Jersey, 1989.
· Do Animals Feel Pain? Excerpted from Animal Liberation. 2nd edition, New York, 1990.
· Taking Life: Humans. Excerpted from Practical Ethics. 2nd edition, Cambridge, 1993.
· The Escalator of Reason. Excerpted from How Are We to Live? New York, 1995.
· A Meaningful Life. Excerpted from Ethics into Action. Oxford, 1998.
· Ten Ways to Make a Difference. Excerpted from Ethics into Action. Oxford, 1998.
· The Forgotten Animal Issue. Excerpted from Ethics into Action. Oxford, 1998.
· On the Appeal to Intuitions in Ethics. Excerpted from Singer and His Critics. Oxford, 1999.
· A Darwinian Left for Today and Beyond. Excerpted from A Darwinian Left. New Haven, 1999.
· A Better World? Excerpted from One World. New Haven, 2002.
· Introduction. Excerpted from The President of Good and Evil. New York, 2004.
· On Iraq, Afghanistan, Foreign Aid, and More. Excerpted from The President of Good and Evil, New York, 2004.
· Neil Cooper's Concepts of Morality. Mind, July, 1971.
· Famine, Affluence, and Morality. Philosophy & Public Affairs, 1972.
· Is Act-Utilitarianism Self-Defeating? The Philosophical Review, January, 1972.
· Altruism and Commerce: A Defense of Titmuss against Arrow. Philosophy & Public Affairs, Spring, 1973.
· Discovering Karl Popper. The New York Review of Books, May 2, 1974.
· The Right to Be Rich or Poor. The New York Review of Books, March 6, 1975.
· Why Nozick is not So Easy to Refute. The Western Political Quarterly, June, 1976.
· The Fable of the Fox and the Unliberated Animals. Ethics, January, 1978.
· Utilitarianism and Vegetarianism. Philosophy & Public Affairs, Summer, 1980.
· Ethics and Sociobiology. Philosophy & Public Affairs, Winter, 1982.
· Ethics. In Encyclopædia Britannica, Chicago, 1985.
· IVF Technology and the Argument from Potential. (with Karen Dawson) Philosophy & Public Affairs, Spring, 1988.
· A Refutation of Ordinary Morality. Ethics, April, 1991.
· Who Cares about Cost? (with Erik Nord, Jeff Richardson, Andrew Street & Helga Kuhse) Health Policy, 1995.
· Abortion. In The Oxford Companion to Philosophy, Oxford, 1995.
· Animals. In The Oxford Companion to Philosophy, Oxford, 1995.
· Dialectic. In The Oxford Companion to Philosophy, Oxford, 1995.
· Fertilization in vitro. In The Oxford Companion to Philosophy, Oxford, 1995.
· Killing. In The Oxford Companion to Philosophy, Oxford, 1995.
· Owl of Minerva. In The Oxford Companion to Philosophy, Oxford, 1995.
· Vegetarianism. In The Oxford Companion to Philosophy, Oxford, 1995.
· World-Soul. In The Oxford Companion to Philosophy, Oxford, 1995.
· Is Our Changing Definition of Death for the Better? USA Today, May 18, 1995.
· A Philosophical Self-Portrait. In The Penguin Dictionary of Philosophy, London, 1997.
· The Drowning Child and the Expanding Circle. New Internationalist, April, 1997.
· A Vegetarian Philosophy. In Sian Griffiths and Jennifer Wallace (eds.), Consuming Passions, Manchester, 1998.
· Reconciling Impartial Morality and a Feminist Ethic of Care. (with H. Kuhse & M. Rickard) The Journal of Value Inquiry, December, 1998.
· Rights for Chimps. The Guardian, July 29, 1999.
· Sense and Sentience. The Guardian, August 21, 1999.
· The Singer Solution to World Poverty. The New York Times Magazine, September 5, 1999.
· Learning from Henry Spira. (with Arlene Klotzko) Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 1999.
· "The Freest Nation in the World"? Free Inquiry, Summer 2000.
· Getting the Facts Right on Dutch Euthanasia. The Daily Princetonian, April 7, 2000.
· Heavy Petting. Nerve, 2001.
· The Ethics and Economics of Heroic Surgery. (with Peter Ratiu) The Hastings Center Report, March-April, 2001.
· Share the Wealth. The Daily Princetonian, January 12, 2001.
· Animal Rights: The Right to Protest. The Independent, January 21, 2001.
· Moral Maze. Mail on Sunday, February 11, 2001.
· A Buoyant Market for Ethics. Financial Times, March 12, 2001.
· Who Deserves the 9/11 Cash Pile? Slate, December 12, 2001.
· "The Bread Which You Withhold Belongs to the Hungry". Inter-American Development Bank, 2002. [Spanish translation]
· A Response to Martha Nussbaum. The Tanner Lectures on Human Values, November 13, 2002.
· Might or Right. New Internationalist, January/February, 2002.
· Poverty, Facts, and Political Philosophies: Response to "More Than Charity". Ethics & International Affairs, Spring 2002.
· Achieving the Best Outcome: Final Rejoinder. Ethics & International Affairs, Spring 2002.
· My Better Nature. Sydney Morning Herald, March 2, 2002
· Deathbed Disputation. Canadian Medical Association Journal, April 16, 2002.
· Freedom and the Right to Die. Free Inquiry, May 15, 2002.
· R. M. Hare's Achievements in Moral Philosophy. Utilitas, May 25, 2002.
· Shopping at the Genetic Supermarket. In Asian Bioethics in the 21st Century, Tsukuba, 2003. [Spanish translation]
· Impatience, a Bad Reason to Wage War. The Age, February 5, 2003.
· The Ethics of Belief. Free Inquiry, Spring, 2003.
· How Many Lives Is This War Worth? Los Angeles Times, March 27, 2003.
· Nothing Justifies Valuing One Life Ahead of Another. The Age, April 1, 2003.
· The Ties That Bind. Los Angeles Times, April 28, 2003.
· Animal Liberation at 30. The New York Review of Books, May 15, 2003.
· Some are More Equal. The Guardian, May 19, 2003.
· There Should Be No Room for Cruelty to Livestock. (with Karen Dawn) Los Angeles Times, June 8, 2003.
· Back at the Ranch: a Horror Story. (with Karen Dawn) Los Angeles Times, December 1, 2003.
· An Ethic of Responsibility. Free Inquiry, February-March, 2004.
· When Slaughter Makes Sense. (with Karen Dawn) Newsday, February 8, 2004.
· Bush's Meandering Moral Compass. Los Angeles Times, March 25, 2004.
· Adventures of the White Coat People. The New York Times, March 28, 2004.
· The Harm That Religion Does. Free Inquiry, June-July, 2004.
· Echoes of Abu Ghraib in Chicken Slaughterhouse. (with Karen Dawn) Los Angeles Times, July 25, 2004.
· Humans Are Sentient Too. The Guardian, July 30, 2004.
· The Pope Moves Backward on Terminal Care. Free Inquiry, August-September, 2004.
· A Bit Rich. The Age, August 22, 2004.
· Taking Humanism Beyond Speciesism. Free Inquiry, October-November, 2004.
· Ethic Cleansing. The Bulletin, December 15, 2004.
· Rootless, Voteless but Happily Floating. (with Renata Singer) The Age, December 26, 2004.
· Ethics and Disability. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 2005.
· 'Catastrophe': Apocalypse When? The New York Times, January 2, 2005.
· Law Reform, or DIY Suicide. Free Inquiry, February-March, 2005.
· Pulling Back the Curtain on the Mercy Killing of Newborns. Los Angeles Times, March 11, 2005.
· Eating Ethically. Free Inquiry, June-July, 2005.
· Un-American about Animals. The Boston Globe, August 20, 2005.
· Decisions about Death. Free Inquiry, August/September, 2005.
· The Sanctity of Life. Foreign Policy, September/October 2005.
· Ethics and Intuitions. The Journal of Ethics, October, 2005.
· Who Pays for Bird Flu? Project Syndicate, November, 2005.
· The Revolutionary Ethics of Embryo Research. Project Syndicate, December, 2006.
· Godless Morality. (with Marc Hauser) Project Syndicate, January, 2006.
· Devaluing Life. Project Syndicate, January, 2006.
· Fear and Freedom on the Internet. Project Syndicate, February, 2006.
· Free Speech, Muhammad, and the Holocaust. Project Syndicate, March, 2006.
· Factory Farming: A moral Issue. The Minnesota Daily, March 22, 2006.
· Why Pay More for Fairness? Project Syndicate, April, 2006.
· The Great Ape Debate. Project Syndicate, May, 2006.
· The Ethics of Eating. Project Syndicate, June, 2006.
· Happiness, Money and Giving it Away. Project Syndicate, July, 2006.
· Will the Polluters Pay for Climate Change? Project Syndicate, August, 2006.
· The Mixed Blessing of Genetic Choice. Project Syndicate, September, 2006.
· Homosexuality is Not Immoral. Project Syndicate, October, 2006.
· Madonna and Child. Project Syndicate, November, 2006.
· Pigs, Calves, and American Democracy. Project Syndicate, December, 2006.
· What Should a Billionaire Give – and What Should You? The New York Times Magazine, December 17, 2006.
· The Right to Die. Project Syndicate, January, 2007.
· Early Births Fade to Grey. The Australian, January 3, 2007.
· A Convenient Truth. The New York Times, January 26, 2007.
· America the Hypocritical. Project Syndicate, February, 2007.
· Should We Trust Our Moral Intuitions? Project Syndicate, March, 2007.
· No Smile Limit. Project Syndicate, April, 2007.
· A Private Affair? Project Syndicate, May, 2007.
· Humility Kills. Jewcy, May 24, 2007.
· A Fair Deal on Climate Change. Project Syndicate, June, 2007.
· Treating (or Not) the Tiniest Babies. Free Inquiry, June/July, 2007.
· Virtual Vices. Project Syndicate, July, 2007.
· Is Doping Wrong? Project Syndicate, August, 2007.
· Abortion, the Dividing Lines. Herald Sun, August 25, 2007.
· Saint Diana? Project Syndicate, September, 2007.
· A Step in the Right Direction. (with Jenny Palmer) The Daily Princetonian, September 28, 2007.
· The High Cost of Feeling Low. Project Syndicate, October, 2007.
· Should We Talk About Race and Intelligence? Project Syndicate, November, 2007.
· Why Vote? Project Syndicate, December, 2007.
· Worshiping at the Temple of Diana. Free Inquiry, December, 2007/January, 2008.
· Putting Practice into Ethics. The Sun, January 16, 2008.
· One World. The Carnegie Council, October 29, 2003.
· Reason and Violence. Edited by Sherman M. Stanage. Mind, October, 1976.
· Reason over Passion. By Evan Simpson. Ethics, July, 1980.
· Stages. By Nathaniel Lande & Afton Slade. Ethics, October, 1980.
· Violence for Equality. By Ted Honderich. The Philosophical Quarterly, July, 1981.
· Animals in Research. Edited by D. Sperlinger. The Quarterly Review of Biology, December, 1982.
· The Tangled Wing. By Melvin Konner. The Quarterly Review of Biology, January, 1983.
· Triage and Justice. By Gerald R. Winslow. Ethics, October, 1983.
· Ethics and Animals. Edited by Harley B. Miller & William H. Williams. The Quarterly Review of Biology, March, 1984.
· The Case for Animal Rights. By Tom Regan. The Quarterly Review of Biology, September, 1984.
· Encyclopedia of Ethics. By Lawrence C. Becker & Charlotte B. Becker. Ethics, July, 1993.
· Essays on Henry Sidgwick. Edited by Bart Schultz. Ethics, April, 1994.
· Living High and Letting Die. By Peter Unger. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, March, 1999.
· Food for Thought. Reply to David Rosinger. The New York Review of Books, June 14, 1973.
· Power of Positive Popperism. Reply to Robert Solo. The New York Review of Books, August 8, 1974.
· Prove it. Reply to George Soros. The New York Review of Books, September 19, 1974.
· Still Powerless? Reply to Peter Clecak. The New York Review of Books, November 28, 1974.
· This Property is Condemned. Reply to Peter Wirth. The New York Review of Books, May 1, 1975.
· Sex in the Head. Reply to J. M. Cameron. The New York Review of Books, July 15, 1976.
· Embryonic Bioethics. Reply to Thomas A. Shannon. The New York Review of Books, November 11, 1976.
· The Paradox of Cause. Reply to Cushing Strout. The New York Review of Books, May 3, 1979.
· Marx and the Giraffe. Reply to Melvin Rader. The New York Review of Books, February 21, 1980.
· Marx and the Giraffe. Reply to G. A. Cohen. The New York Review of Books, February 21, 1980.
· Right to Life? Reply to H. L. A. Hart. The New York Review of Books, August 14, 1980.
· Marxism and Liberty. Reply to Robert L. Heilbroner. The New York Review of Books, December 18, 1980.
· Animal Interests. Reply to Dennis Flanagan. The New York Review of Books, March 28, 1985.
· 'The Body in Pain'. Reply to Paul Weiss. The New York Review of Books, June 12, 1986.
· Unkind to Animals. Reply to Susan Sperling. The New York Review of Books, April 13, 1989.
· Unkind to Animals. Reply to Berkley A. Lynch. The New York Review of Books, April 13, 1989.
· Animal Experiments. Reply to Stephen Rothman. The New York Review of Books, June 15, 1989.
· They Didn't Use Animals. Reply to Bruce Max Felmann. The New York Review of Books, October 26, 1989.
· Preserving the Landscape. Reply to John Rahlett. The New York Review of Books, April 26, 1990.
· Academic Freedom in Germany. Reply to Ulrich Steinvorth. The New York Review of Books, October 24, 1991.
· Necessary Suffering? Reply to Michael E. Raynor. The New York Review of Books, August 13, 1992.
· Experimenting on Animals. Reply to Adrian R. Morrison. The New York Review of Books, May 27, 1993.
· Why I Can't Be Philosophical about Shell's Involvement. The Guardian, April 29, 1998.
· Practical Ethics. Reply to Naomi Schaefer. The Wall Street Journal, October 15, 1998.
· David Oppenheim's Case. Reply to Daniel Mendelsohn. The New York Review of Books, January 15, 2005.
· Science, Religion and Stem Cells. The New York Times, June 23, 2005.
· Setting Limits on Animal Testing. The Sunday Times, December 3, 2006.
Writings about Peter Singer
[dictionary / encyclopaedia entries]
· Peter Albert David Singer. One Hundred Philosophers.
· Peter Singer. Encarta Online Encyclopaedia.
· Peter Singer. Free Online Dictionary of Philosophy.
· Peter Singer. The Oxford Companion to Philosophy.
· Peter Singer. Philosophy Pages.
· Peter Singer. Wikipedia.
· Animal Liberation is an Environmental Ethic. By Dale Jamieson. Environmental Values, 1998.
· The Ethics of Baby-Killing. By Jason Zinoman. Salon, July 2, 1999.
· Bonnie Steinbock Comments on, and Criticisms of, Peter Singer's "Speciesism" Argument. By Bob Corbett. Fall 1999.
· Comments on Peter Singer's Analysis that Leads to Speciesism. By Bob Corbett. August 1999.
· The Dangerous Philosopher. By Michael Specter. The New Yorker, September 6, 1999.
· Cover Story: Peter Singer. By Bob Abernethy [transcript]. Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly, September 10, 1999.
· Speech and Challenges. Anonymous. Philadelphia Inquirer, September 26, 1999.
· Why Are We Afraid of Peter Singer? By Jeff Sharlet. The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 10, 2000.
· The Moral Mentor. By Sophia Hollander. The Daily Princetonian, May 26, 2000.
· Singer and Unger on the Obligations of the Affluent. By Al-Noor Nenshi Nathoo. 2001.
· Singer Gets Respectful Reception. By Harry R. Weber. The Boston Globe, October 5, 2001.
· More Than Charity: Cosmopolitan Alternatives to the "Singer Solution". By Andrew Kuper. Ethics & International Affairs, Spring 2002.
· Facts, Theories, and Hard Choices: Reply to Peter Singer. By Andrew Kuper. Ethics & International Affairs, Spring 2002.
· Critique of Wesley J. Smith's 'Peter Singer Gets a Chair'. By Punkerslut. April 19, 2002.
· The Case of Singer. By Austin Cline. About, May 3, 2002.
· Who Lives, Who Dies? By Mark Oppenheimer. Christian Century, July 3, 2002.
· Unspeakable Conversations. By Harriet McBryde Johnson. The New York Times Magazine, February 16, 2003.
· Distance, Divided Responsibility and Universalizability. By Karen Green. The Monist, July 1, 2003.
· 12 Great Thinkers of Our Time. By Neil Clark. New Statesman, July 14, 2003.
· Singer Gets Inside the Mind of George Bush. By Peter Ellingsen. The Age, July 19, 2003.
· Are You Living Uprightly? By Keith Burgess-Jackson. Tech Central Station, August 22, 2003.
· Peter Singer at UCLA Critiques President Bush's Ethics. By Leslie Evans. UCLA, March 16, 2004.
· Controversial Philosopher Questions PM's Ethics. By Tom Noble. The Age, July 15, 2004.
· The Ethicist. By Christopher Shea. Princeton Alumni Weekly, January 26, 2005.
· Singer Back, with New Food for Thought. By Stephen Cauchi. The Age, January 28, 2005.
· Duties to the Distant. By Dale Jamieson. The Journal of Ethics, March, 2005.
· Deep Ideas about Life. By Arthur Caplan. Time, April 18, 2005.
· Moral Maze. By Stuart Jeffries. The Observer, July 23, 2005.
· Rights and Wrongs. By Erika Check. Nature, September 1, 2005.
· Monkey business. By Greg Neale. The Independent, December 3, 2006.
· Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? By Charlotte Laws. The Simon, June 21, 2007.
· A Companion to Bioethics. By Antonio Casado da Rocha. Metapsychology.
· A Darwinian Left. By Leigh Van Halen. Scientific American.
· A Darwinian Left. Anonymous reviewer. The Complete Review.
· A Darwinian Left. By Peter C. Grosvenor. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine.
· Animal Liberation. By Dave Kopel. Independence Institute.
· Animal Liberation. Anonymous reviewer. Elephant Information Repository.
· Ethics into Action. By Ian Hacking. The New York Review of Books.
· The Expanding Circle. By Don Browning. Human Nature and History.
· The Moral of the Story. By James Ley. The Age.
· The Moral of the Story. By Leslie Cannold. On Line Opinion.
· One World. By Andrés Martínez. The New York Review of Books.
· One World. By Jack Perry. The Charlotte Observer.
· One World. By N. R. Krishnan. The Hindu.
· One World. By G. John Ikenberry. Foreign Affairs.
· One World. Anonymous reviewer. The Complete Review.
· The President of Good and Evil. By Dennis Altman. The Age.
· The President of Good and Evil. By Mark Kingwell. The Globe and Mail.
· The President of Good and Evil. By Paul Mattick. The New York Times.
· The President of Good and Evil. By Leslie Cannold. Sydney Morning Herald.
· The President of Good and Evil. By Federico Stafforini.
· The President of Good and Evil. By Erik Marcus. ErikMarcus.com.
· Pushing Time Away / One World / Rethinking Peter Singer. By Morag Fraser. The Age.
· Pushing Time Away. Anonymous reviewer. The Complete Review.
· Pushing Time Away. By Andrew Riemer. Sydney Morning Herald.
· Pushing Time Away. By Steven Beller. Washington Post.
· Rethinking Life and Death. By Richard Martinez. Literature, Arts & Medicine Database.
· Unsanctifying Human Life. By Adriano Palma. Metapsychology.
· The Way We Eat. By Rodgers Johannah. The Brooklyn Rail.
· Writings on an Ethical Life. Anonymous reviewer. The Economist.
· Writings on an Ethical Life. By Margaret Wertheim. LA Weekly.
· Writings on an Ethical Life. By D. John Doyle. British Medical Journal.
Interviews and Debates
· A Philosophical Conversation with Peter Singer. Interview with Henrik Ahlenius. Filosofisk tidskrift, 1997.
· Humanism Extended? Interview with Staffan Gunnarson. The International Humanist and Ethical Union, December, 1997.
· Sparrow Talks with Peter Singer. Interview with Sparrow. Green World Center, ca. 1999.
· Living and Dying. Interview with Jill Neimark. Psychology Today, January 1999.
· Should We Breach the Species Barrier and Grant Rights to Apes? Debate with Kenan Malik. KenanMalik.com, April 1999.
· Peter Singer: 20 Questions. Interview with Vance Lehmkuhl. Philadelphia City Paper, October 7-14, 1999.
· Claiming Darwin for the Left. Interview with Julian Baggini. The Philosophers' Magazine, ca. 2000.
· Dangerous Words. Interview with Kathryn Federici Greenwood. Princeton Alumni Weekly, January 26, 2000.
· Ethics into Action. Interview with John Cleary [transcript]. ABC, January 26, 2000.
· Ethics in the Age of Evolutionary Psychology. Interview with Francis Steen. CogWeb, March 7, 2000.
· Genetic Supermarkets in the Pipeline for Family Shopping. Interview with Kerry O'Brien [transcript]. ABC, August 23, 2000.
· Of Animals and Ethics. Interview with Richard Atcheson. Princeton Alumni Weekly, November 22, 2000.
· The Pursuit of Happiness. Interview with Ronald Bailey. Reason, December 2000.
· Is this a Dangerous Philosopher? Interview with Claudette Vaughan. Animal Liberation NSW, ca. 2001.
· Talking Taboo with Peter Singer. Interview with Rachael Kohn [transcript]. ABC, February 9, 2001.
· Biodiversity. Interview with Terry Lane. ABC, May 13, 2001.
· Animal Rights. Debate with Richard Posner. Slate, June, 2001.
· Professor Death. Interview with Viktor Frolke. Salon, June 25, 2001.
· Stem Cell Research. Debate with Tony Jones and Margaret Somerville [transcript]. ABC, August 16, 2001.
· Live and Let Die? Interview with Nelson González. Third Way, August, 2002.
· Singer: A Dangerous Mind. Video documentary [transcript]. Serendipity Productions, 2003.
· Peter Singer. Interview with S. Barsch, T. Bendokat and M. Brück. Heilpädagogik Online, January 2003.
· Princeton's Dr. Peter Singer Opposes the War. Debate with Bill O'Reilly [transcript]. Fox News, March 26, 2003.
· On Pushing Time Away. Interview with Robert Birnbaum. Identity Theory, April 11, 2003.
· On Cloning, Genetic Selection and Animal Rights. Interview with Robyn Williams [transcript]. Science Show, August 9, 2003.
· The President of Good and Evil. Interview with Michael O'Connor. Three Monkeys Online, 2004.
· New Book Examines Bush's Ethics. Interview with Tony Jones [transcript]. ABC, April 23, 2004.
· Ethicist Peter Singer on Morality and the News. Interview with Bill Moyers [transcript]. PBS, May 14, 2004. [video]
· A Conversation with Peter Singer. Interview with Noel Rooney. NTHPosition, June, 2004.
· Singer Joins Debate about Bush's Ethics. Interview with J. Greenstein Altmann. Princeton Weekly Bulletin, June 14, 2004.
· Peter Singer. Interview with Andrew Denton [transcript]. Enough Rope, October 4, 2004.
· Unresolved Problem. Debate with Bill O'Reilly [transcript]. Fox News, April 29, 2005.
· Lunch with the FT: Meaty Arguments. Interview with Krishna Guha. Financial Times, July 29, 2005.
· On Jealousy. Interview with The Daily Princetonian. The Daily Princetonian, October 6, 2005.
· Animal-Rights Activist Peter Singer Explains His Views. Interview with JP Leider. The Minnesota Daily, March 23, 2006.
· On Life and Death. Debate with Janet Radcliffe Richards, Kenan Malik & Andrew Linzey. BBC, September 5, 2006.
· Peter Singer: You Ask the Questions. Discussion with readers. The Independent, September 11, 2006.
· Singer Says. Interview with Catherine Clyne. Satya, October 6, 2006.
· Peter Singer in the Spotlight. Interview with Mark Franklin. Australian Jewish News, October 30, 2006.
· Q&A with Peter Singer. Interview with Kathleen McGinn. U.S. 1, November, 2006.
· Questions for Peter Singer. The New York Times Magazine, December 24, 2006.
· “A man with plastic shoes and ironclad principles”. Interview with Peter Thompson. Talking Heads, May 28, 2007.
· On Oudry, Animal Liberation, and Jailing Animal Activists as Terrorists. Interview with Dean Kuipers. Los Angeles CityBeat, June 3, 2007.
· Of Dog Fights and Men. Interview with Ben Crair. The New Republic, August 29, 2007.
[audio & video]
· Ethics, Health Care and Disability. Debate with Adrienne Asch. Princeton Bioethics Forum, October 12, 1999.
· The Greatest Good for All Sentient Beings. Interview with James Hughes. Changesurfer Radio, November 12, 1999.
· The Sanctity of Life. Debate with Harry Gensler. John Carroll University, ca. 2000.
· Ethicist Peter Singer. Interview with Christopher Lyndon. The Connection, March 10, 2000.
· How Can Values Be Taught in the University? Talk at the University Center for Human Values, April 27, 2000.
· Greed. Interview with Hugh LaFollette. WETS, September 24, 2000.
· Global Ethics. Talk at the 10th Annual Meeting at the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, 2001.
· The President of Good and Evil. Interview with Joy Cardin. Wisconsin Public Radio, March 25, 2004.
· Animal Rights and the Ethics of George W. Bush. Interview with Karen Dawn. KPFK, May 10, 2004.
· Ethicist Peter Singer on Morality and the News. Interview with Bill Moyers. PBS, May 14, 2004. [transcript]
· The President of Good and Evil. C-Span, June 2, 2004.
· On the Animal Unfriendly Policies of the American Veterinary Medical Association. Interview with Karen Dawn. WatchDog, June 7, 2004.
· Peter Sings His Tune. Interview with Andrew Liberts. The Wire, July 29, 2004.
· On the Bush Presidency. Interview with Erik Marcus. Erik's Diner, October 13, 2004.
· Stem Cell Research. Interview with Joy Cardin. Wisconsin Public Radio, November 30, 2004.
· Global Poverty and International Aid. Interview with Ken Taylor & John Perry. Philosophy Talk, June 21, 2005.
· On the Animal Rights Movement. Interview with Andrew Marr. Start the Week, July 4, 2005.
· Abortion and Infanticide: A Critique of Peter Singer's Views. Debate with Don Marquis. Princeton University, March 29, 2006.
· Food, Ethics & the Environment. Princeton University, November 16, 2006.
· Singer Calls Kass Out at Princeton. Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies, December 16, 2006.
· Ethics and World Poverty. Uehiro Lecture 1. University of Oxford, May 29, 2007.
· Ethics and World Poverty. Uehiro Lecture 2. University of Oxford, June 5, 2007.
· Ethics and World Poverty. Uehiro Lecture 3. University of Oxford, June 12, 2007.
· Global Poverty: How Demanding Are Our Obligations? MIT, September 21, 2007.
· Eat Right: Save The Earth. LaGuardia Community College, December 17, 2007.
· Peter Singer's Top 10. Guardian Unlimited Books.
As an original and influential moral pioneer, Prof. Singer surpasses any philosopher since Bertrand Russell.