| Peter Sanger|
| Renata Singer (m. 1968)|
| Utilitarianism, Analytic philosophy|
Esther Singer, Ruth Singer, Marion Singer
Animal Liberation, Practical Ethics, The Life You Can Save, The Most Good You Can Do, Famine - Affluence - and Mora
Tom Regan, Jeremy Bentham, Cornel West, Immanuel Kant, John Stuart Mill
Cora Singer, Ernst Singer
Peter Sanger Wikipedia
Peter Sanger (born 1943) is a Canadian poet and prose writer. Sanger, who is also described as a critic and an editor, was born in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England, and immigrated to Canada in 1953. He was educated at the University of Melbourne, University of Victoria, and Acadia University. He lived and worked in Ontario, British Columbia and Newfoundland before settling in Nova Scotia in 1970 and teaching at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College, where he became Head of the Humanities and Professor Emeritus.
Sanger's first book, The America Reel, was published by Pottersfield Press in 1983. This collection was followed by five poetry collections including Earth Moth (1991), Ironworks (2001) and Kerf (2002). Sanger has published collections of poetry and essays and has edited the complete works of Canadian poet John Thompson. Many readers also know Sanger for his measured criticism and insightful reviews of work by Douglas Lochhead, Richard Outram, Robert Bringhurst, John Thompson, Emily Carr and Elizabeth Bishop. Sanger has been the poetry editor for Nova Scotia literary journal The Antigonish Review since 1985.