A Momentary Flow

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How should doctors, patients and families make end of life decisions? In this episode, originally recorded as part of Bioethics Bites, Peter Singer addresses this question from a utilitarian perspective, stressing the importance individual autonomy. Bioethics Bites is made in association with the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics and made possible by a grant from the Wellcome Trust. Listen to Peter Singer on Life and Death Decision-Making Previous interviews with Peter Singer: Listen to Peter Singer on Henry Sidgwick’s Ethics Listen to Peter Singer on the Life You Can Save Listen to Peter Singer on Using Animals (originally on Ethics Bites) Another Philosophy Bites episode on ending lives: Listen to Raymond Tallis on Assisted Dying

philosophy bites: Peter Singer on Life and Death Decision-Making