Effective Altruism - Lecture 3 - Effectiveness

Peter Singer, Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University

Effective altruism is a new movement consisting of many individuals and several independent organizations, all focused on the deceptively simple idea that we should try to do as much good as we can. The third lecture, “Effectiveness,” will explore the practical implications of effective altruism—if we are going to live altruistically, what should we do?

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