This article examines the ethical implications of measuring the purity of the ingredients drugs so recreational users can be informed about the substances.
Marvel's newest hit Captain Marvel was marketed with female empowerment in mind, but what about the heavy military message?
Is it dangerous or productive to filter the Trump administration through the lens of classical studies?
Esquire's featuring of a white, male teenager as their cover story during Black History Month was just one strike against an ultimately concerning cover story.
Was Thomas Hobbes right about human nature, and is Facebook proving it?
Namibian artist Max Siedentopf's sound art installation of "Africa" by Toto is artistically intriguing but environmentally damaging.
Gillette’s foray into #MeToo activism meets with opposition. But how is its critique culturally situated?
Should Gillette be in the business of activism and is their message objectionable?
In D.C.'s Museum of the Bible, there's an artifact that might change the way you think about slavery and Christianity. It's called the Slave Bible.
Is breaking your New Year's resolution the same as breaking a promise? Philosophers might give us an answer.