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What lessons can philosophy teach us for expanding our perspective, being more generous, and seriously considering the positions of others?
Can we really defend our reliance on personal judgment when it comes to picking the best candidate for the job?
When, if ever, do a child's actions warrant punishment on par with their adult counterparts?
Global vaccine equity not only serves the least well-off, it also happens to be what's in all of our interests.
What does it mean to be grateful rather than merely contented? What kinds of things are we thankful for as opposed to simply glad about?
Having been co-opted by various organizations, it's unclear what the long-toothed skull stands for.
This cautionary tale refuses to play political football with skeptics and simply fast-forwards to the end.
In failing to appreciate the fullness of others' moral autonomy we do them a disservice.
Might it be that there is something more than the honor code at play?
How might we assess the harm that may or may not have occurred if things had gone differently?
Whose interests should speak loudest when considering whether to make all those awkward childhood moments public?
Why does political position and institutional power make infractions worse?
What consequences might our demarcation of death's domain have for the living?
The film is much more than a pro-science, anti-skeptic morality play masquerading as entertainment.