Peter Singer Wins $1 Million “Ethics” Award Despite Supporting Euthanizing Disabled People

( – Peter Singer has won the Berggruen prize a $1 million award given annually to a thinker whose ideas have “profoundly shaped human self-understanding and advancement in a rapidly changing world.”

Singer, the author of the book Practical Ethics, is the most controversial “ethicist” for his support of infanticide and euthanasia for people with disabilities and mental illness. More concerning than his ideas is the many people who “think” that he is right and follow his dangerous philosophy. CONTINUE