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?
The growing climate crisis is highlighting our interconnectedness; one nation's consumption is another nation's problem.
A coercive data collection campaign in China raises questions about corporate complicity. What obligation, if any, do companies have when their goods are being used to cause harm or violate others' rights?
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.
Mill endorsed free and open debate as a machine capable of refining and reinforcing truth. There were, however, limits. On his view, political correctness is not a restriction of free speech but a basic tenet.
The move to grant non-human animals, and even non-organisms like rivers, legal personhood prompts reflection on our evolving conception of rights.
Debate over revenue neutral or non revenue neutral carbon taxes asks whether its is a tool for changing individual financial incentives or funding climate adaptation? What are the ethical implications? What are the political implications?
California's housing shortage touches on everything: entitlement, privilege, fairness, justice, gentrification, subsidiarity, class conflict and free-riders.
Arguments regarding the immorality of procreation are on the rise given concerns of overpopulation and humans' contribution to climate change.