What responsibility do judges bear in assessing individual's moral culpability for outcomes that are the product of luck.
Public officials have described the return to classrooms as an "experiment," but this description fails to appreciate the guidelines for studying protected populations.
Neither revenge nor negligence can justify hoping for the worse or expressing joy at other's misfortune.
Political principles or party affiliation? Our political discourse tends toward tribalism first, convictions second.
How the show situates the viewer and the relation it takes to its subject exposes familiar workings of power while making us complicit.
Who is to say what constitutes high art or even what qualifies as art in the first place?
How should we approach the literature of racial justice, and how far can it take us?
Contrary to popular belief, Mill's commitment to speech is capable of distinguishing good faith from bad faith efforts.
A tool for political inclusion may simply be a way to stoke division.
How can we determine when public interest should trump politician's personal rights?
How can we ever divine a political mandate from the jumbled voices and contradictory preferences we find in the ballot box?
What does it take to fulfill one's duty to participate in democratic elections?
The obligations of a democratic citizen extend beyond registering a presidential preference every four years.