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Singer a dangerous mind / Film Finance Corporation Australia presents ; a Serendipity production ; producer/co-writer, Margie Bryant ; writer/associate producer, David Roach ; directed by Terry Carlyon ; produced with the assistance of Australian Film Commission ; a BBC, ABC, Serendipity co-production

Publication | Library Call Number: DVD-0754

"Dr. Peter Singer has been called the most influential living philosopher. He has also been called a monster. In this thought-provoking program, he faces his critics and discusses his ideas on euthanasia, abortion, and infanticide. The program follows his worldwide tour of lectures and encounters, including case conferences and a trip to Austria, where most of his family was killed in the Holocaust. A range of commentators consider his utilitarian stance and its impact on public policy"--Container.

Variant Title
Peter Singer : a dangerous mind
Dangerous mind
Projected medium
Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, [2004]
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