I am a professor of bioethics, with a background in philosophy. I work mostly in practical ethics, and am best known for Animal Liberation and for my writings about global poverty.
Marx: A Very Short Introduction, 3rd edition, revised, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2018,
BOOKS IN TRANSLATION:
Ethics in the Real World, Russian translation, Sindbad, Moscow, 2018
The Most Good You Can Do, French translation, L'altruisme efficace, Les Arènes, Paris, 2018,
The Life You Can Save, Russian translation, Need Help Foundation, Moscow, 2018,
Animal Liberation, Chinese translation, Hu 'an Publication, Beijing, 2018,
A Darwinian Left, German translation, Linke, hört die Signale! Reclam, 2018.
Utilitarianism: A Very Short Introduction. Japanese translation, Iwanami Shoten, Tokyo, 2018 (co-author with Katarzyna de Lazari-Radek)
"Beyond the Traditional Family" Project Syndicate March 2019 (co-authored with Agata Sagan)
“Dirty Money and Tainted Philanthropy” Project Syndicate, February 2019
“Too much gratitude?” Project Syndicate, January 2019
“An ethical pathway for gene editing” Bioethics, vol. 33 (2) February 2019, pp.221-2 (co-authored with Julian Savulescu)
“The risk of a mass switch from red meat to chicken,” New York Daily News, 23 January, 2019
Launching Judith Brett's book From Secret Ballot to Democracy Sausage, Readings, State Library of Victoria,
Thursday March 21st, 6.30pm. Details.