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Refuting Peter Singer's Ethical Theory

Hardback|Jan 2002
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Krantz provides a defense of traditional, human-centered ethics against Peter Singer's ethical theory. Singer favors a "Copernican revolution" in ethics because he thinks our traditional ethics has collapsed under pressure from medical technology and from advances in the biological understanding...


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Krantz provides a defense of traditional, human-centered ethics against Peter Singer's ethical theory. Singer favors a "Copernican revolution" in ethics because he thinks our traditional ethics has collapsed under pressure from medical technology and from advances in the biological understanding of our fellow animals. For nearly thirty years he has argued that the boundaries of the human lifespan and of the human species are so unclear that we must abandon our views that human beings have a special dignity and that the taking of innocent human life is always wrong. Against this Krantz argues that in today's world, human life has been cheapened and the values of the marketplace have begun to govern medical care and organ donation, birth and death. In fact, this is just a foretaste of the world to come if Singer's ethical theory succeeds in replacing traditional human-centered ethics. What is required is, not the abandonment of human dignity and of the sanctity of human life, but rather
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Krantz examines Peter Singer's "principle of the equal consideration of the interests of all animals" with a view to showing that its current popularity and possible wholesale adoption for the future threaten human values in a variety of ways. Topics include abortion and infanticide, euthanasia, and assisted suicide.
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