The virtual marketplace is having a profound effect on the commodification and consumption of literature.
It's not just the engine emissions that makes leaf removal an environmental harm.
What is it that makes longtermism "the world's most dangerous credo"?
Can this kind of intentional interference be defended as legitimate activism?
How do we adequately honor the past and reflect on the harms the First Nations people have suffered?
Is there any justifying the state's strong-arming and bullying in the name of its citizens' public health?
How should the disproportionate significance of a less-than-perfect review affect user behavior?
On what grounds could we possibly object to the geopolitical opportunism that represents business as usual?
In what ways might fashion's contribution to global ills represent unique harms in need of immediate redress?
The loose bounds of what we deem permissible expression are closing in on both sides.