We visited Peter Singer (AC), the world’s most famous and most influential living philosopher. Singer’s career started over four decades ago, with the publication of his book ‘Animal Liberation’ in 1975. He essentially kicked off the animal rights movement, and his since applied his utilitarian philosophy to things like charitable giving, poverty, and bioethics. He is currently the Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University and Laureate Professor at the Centre of Applied Philosophy at Melbourne University.
Derek Sivers: Pop Philosophy, Finding the Opposite, Questioning Answers, and Nerding Out About Books
Adam Ashton interviewed Derek Sivers, the author of the book that was our FIRST EVER episode of the What You Will Learn podcast, ‘Anything You Want’. We spoke about answering questions then questioning the answers, using creative thinking strategies to find an answer that is