Peter Singer’s Work on poverty and its connection to the ethical dimension Introduction Economists’ philosophies and theories have always tried to explain poverty and others clearly explaining the viscous cycle of poverty. Some say people are poor just simply because they are poor and they lack the means to move out of the poverty. Poverty remains a controversial especially on the causes and means to evade it; but one thing that is clear is that it still to affect many individuals. Peter Singer argues on the issue and gives a solution that involves a collective act to end poverty. He bases his arguments on practical ethics where everyone is obligated to be his/her brother’s keeper.