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Student’s name: Professor’s name: Module title: Module ID: Submission date: Philosophy Peter Singer in his article “Rich and Poor” has elaborated the differences between the nature of poverty faced by the purported poor belonging to the advanced nations of the world, and that of the populations belonging to the third world countries.
It is therefore there could not be any possibility of comparing the level of deprivations between the two culturally and economically pole-apart zones of the globe. The rich nations, according to the author, spend millions of dollars in feeding their pets, while they are unable to realize the bitter fact that by doing so, they are adding their share in respect of depriving the millions of humans of adequate food and proper nutrition. Although, the animals should not be deprived of the food, yet humans must be considered at first stance in order to make the world healthy, productive and beneficial one for the collective benevolence and progress of humanity at large. The affluent do not acknowledge the sufferings of the extremely poor and downtrodden nations, which neither do have any access to purchase seeds and fertilizers for their fields, nor can they grow grains and other crops properly to feed their people subsequently. ...
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