What is the moral and legal value of contractual promises of non-disclosure? Is it ever ethical to break our word?
The Supreme Court has refused to protect physician-assisted suicide at the federal level, but the number of states with aid-in-dying legislation is growing. What are the legal principles and moral values at play?
Should it be revealed that our actions are not as autonomous as we assume them to be, how might this impact our conception of punishment and desert?
The divergence between the concepts of justice and fairness can easily be seen in prosecutors' different explanations of their relationship to the law.
Nationalist rhetoric and policies are gaining traction, emboldening others to follow suit, and undermining our collective commitment to human rights.
How should we balance concerns for legal flexibility and political representation against the enshrinement of minority rights?
In the debate over vaccination abstention, the right to refuse medical treatment and the right to bodily integrity are in conflict with concerns of justice and public health. How can we make headway in the deadlock?
HIV criminalization laws have a lot to say about the duty to disclose and assumption of risk, and perhaps even more to say about attitudes of racism and homophobia.
Recent circulation of misinformation through media channels highlights a troubling trend regarding belief formation. What does it mean to be a responsible epistemic agent?
Farmwork has been treated much differently than other forms of labor. Is this difference justified or is it time for change?