"History is not the past. It is the present. We carry our history with us. We are our history." - James Baldwin
Freedoms come with responsibilities and must be balanced against other moral values.
Can we justify the choice to make unofficial presidential polling data available to the masses while the result is still out?
Calls for Senators Cruz and Hawley to resign are only growing louder, but of what wrong might they be guilty?
Can virtue ethics ever justify wishing harm to come to others?
Public officials have described the return to classrooms as an "experiment," but this description fails to appreciate the guidelines for studying protected populations.
Whose rights are at stake when businesses require patrons to don face masks? How should we define the boundaries of our individual freedom?
Is identity politics threatening to further fracture our fragile bonds or is it the path to reconciliation?
As Black Lives Matter protests spread across the world, Australia must also confront the very present racism of how Indigenous people are treated by police.
Uncertainty, politicization, and the need for specialized knowledge all threaten our ability to competently weigh evidence and reasons. What can we do when we are in no position to judge?