Ethics in the Real World (Princeton University Press) is a complicated collection of essays that address a wide variety of world problems through the ethical lens of philosopher Peter Singer. Some of these issues include climate change, abortion, poverty, euthanasia, human genetic selection, sports doping, among many others.The collection includes 82 individual essays that approach these dense and controversial topics. Eye-opening and enriching, Singer’s ethical reasoning provides an opportunity for readers to see significant world topics differently.