In assessing the different sides of the debate there are a number of relevant factors at play from relative commercial value to social message and even historical injustice.
In memoir writing, where's the line between tell-all and telling too much?
Pinterest quietly removed anti-vaccination content from the site, making both 'anti-vax' and 'vaccine' unsearchable. Was this the right thing to do?
Should it be revealed that our actions are not as autonomous as we assume them to be, how might this impact our conception of punishment and desert?
Much has been written bemoaning the Electoral College, but the implications of mantras like "one person, one vote," or worries about political representation run much deeper. The NPVIC does nothing to address this.
What are the duties of news organizations and photographers? What are the rights of viewers? And what obligation do we have as humans to bear witness to tragedy and suffering?
The miniseries takes up a number of philosophical themes (e.g., what it means to know, the nature of authority, the virtue of humility), but chief among these is our existential confrontation with the Absurd.
HBO's miniseries offers a new opportunity to revisit an age-old debate: Should we keep value judgments out of science? Can we?
Recent rulings have called the loot box mechanics used in franchises like FIFA and Star Wars Battlefront "gambling for children." What's the danger?
The growing climate crisis is highlighting our interconnectedness; one nation's consumption is another nation's problem.
Developing human/non-human embryos for research and organ transplant raises tough questions about the value of human life and the politics of species taxonomy.
Recent legal challenges to the use of 'meat' and 'milk' labels for alternatives (from Tofurky to soymilk and even in vitro meat) lack legal weight and moral reason.
Roll-backs and deregulation concerning 'threatened' species raise questions about the weighing of human and animal interests.
Should we be concerned about Google mining user data to generate consumer profiles? What does data transparency require?
A coercive data collection campaign in China raises questions about corporate complicity. What obligation, if any, do companies have when their goods are being used to cause harm or violate others' rights?