What function is the law supposed to serve and why is that aim sometimes at odds with justice?
The political slogan has long been associated with doublespeak regarding equality under the law.
Depictions of Rittenhouse as a brave patriot standing his ground and acting in self-defense are doing legal and moral harm.
Colleges' policies regarding students and gatherings offers another lesson about using ideal theory in a non-ideal world.
Johnson's sentence was a miscarriage of justice, but her pardon appears motivated by political ends.
Video games may not directly incite violence, but that doesn't mean they can't still send dangerous messages.
Painting with broad strokes? All the facts and figures in the world can't tell you about a single individual's lived experience.
What happens when government budgets become spending plans rather than balance sheets?
What is it about us and our politics that makes us so susceptible to tales of enchantment and intrigue?
Ethics of responsibility or the ethics of conviction? Under what conditions is hypocrisy preferable to non-hypocrisy?