Notes on Contributors.
1. Singer and the Practical Ethics Movement: Dale Jamieson (Carleton College).
2. Noncognitivism, Validity, and Conditionals: Frank Jackson (Australian National University).
3. The Definition of "Moral": Michael Smith (Australian National University).
4. Peter Singer's Expanding Circle: Compassion and the Liberation of Ethics: Robert C. Solomon (University of Texas).
5. Teachers in an Age of Transition: Peter Singer (Monash University) and J. S. Mill: Roger Crisp (St Anne's College).
6. What, if Anything, Renders All Humans Morally Equal? Richard J. Arneson (University of California at San Diego).
7. Must Utilitarians be Impartial? Lori Gruen (Stanford University).
8. Our Duties to Animals and the Poor: Colin McGinn (Rutgers University).
9. Famine Ethics: the Problem of Moral Distance and Singer's Ethical Theory: F. M. Kamm (New York University).
10. Empathy and Animal Ethics: Richard Holton and Rae Langton (University of Sheffield).
11. Why I am Only a Demi-Vegetarian: R. M. Hare (University of Oxford).
12. Respect for Life: Counting What Singer Finds of No Account: Holmes Rolston III (Colorado State University).
13. A Response: Peter Singer (Monash University).
14. Peter Singer: Selected Publications, 1970-1998.