Our basic equality needs to be respected in processes that determine who gets what.
On what basis should we decide where our limited medical resources go? What is just? What is fair? Is any decision unobjectionable?
With no evidence of effectiveness and some troubling threads in its doctrines, AA has a powerful reputation it hasn't earned.
The retraction of three papers on treating COVID-19 with hydroxychloroquine reflect a crisis in the scientific community: how to handle data from private companies. What reforms are necessary to avoid such data-based scandals in the future?
Those in rural areas face a significantly higher risk of death from common causes than their urban counterparts. Is telemedicine the solution to this disparity?
Romoser's claims concerning the existence of life on Mars raise questions about the requirements for having justified beliefs.
Is healthcare like any other consumer good in the marketplace or does it occupy a privileged position that requires special protections? Our answer has far-reaching implications.
Given the profound societal effect that scientific studies can have, are there kinds of research that shouldn't be done or results that shouldn't be published? Can scientific censorship be justified?
Egg donation holds invaluable promise for many, but it is also rife with societal implications for all.
The recent passing of Belgian Paralympian Marieke Vervoort prompts reflection on the thorny issues surrounding aid in dying legislation.