How big an impact does the choice to not have a child make on climate change really?
We seem to be accelerating toward hard caps and milestones while the problem is only compounding.
Too little and too much meaning survives the leap from the medical context to the political.
Meaningful voting reform starts by considering what constitutes a legitimate deviation from One Person, One Vote.
How might we legitimately distinguish between those who do and do not deserve to bear the name?
Are doctors violating their professional code in choosing who they will or will not treat, or, as always, simply minimizing their patients' risk and possible harm?
Exercising discretion in choosing what to say and how to say it inevitably requires adopting some particular perspective, but doesn't that just admit bias?
Too much time is devoted to finger-pointing and name-calling, while not enough attention is paid to what goes into the message.
Should we really prefer a virtuous leader when it comes to getting the job done?
How might we explain the space between going above and beyond or merely doing what's expected?