Being an ethical consumer requires more than purchasing sustainable products fairly made.
Haunted houses, like McKamey Manor, put pressure on our conceptions of consent and autonomy. What makes this kind of "voluntary slavery" objectionable? Why interfere in the affairs of two consenting adults?
Recent deregulation in the slaughterhouse will effectively mean no one is watching the watchmen. What does true oversight require?
When corporations express ideological positions can we truly separate what it is to be a patron from what it is to be a supporter?
What responsibility, if any, does JAY-Z have with regards to Colin Kaepernick and his partnership with the NFL?
What, if any, obligation does Jay-Z, as a high-profile advocate for social justice and a recognizable brand, have to not condone or distract from the NFL's many public relation problems?
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.
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?
California's housing shortage touches on everything: entitlement, privilege, fairness, justice, gentrification, subsidiarity, class conflict and free-riders.
The media's treatment of recent plant-based meat rollouts fails to give the significant moral gains their due.