President-elect Biden's recent speech calls for unity, and raises questions about the consideration owed to political rivals.
When it comes to public health, is one voice just as good as any other? And what might be the requirements for justified disbelief?
What does all this longing for days gone by mean for our political future?
What are our obligations at the voting booth?
The similarities between the two figures raise questions about misogyny and hypocrisy.
The pursuit of power for power's sake has reduced politics to a bad faith battle for the people's attention.
Should government's first obligation be achieving substantive goals or fine-tuning procedural mechanisms? How can these two aims be compared?
What is 'knowledge' if our politics doesn't even pretend to be concerned with truth?
Contrary to popular belief, Mill's commitment to speech is capable of distinguishing good faith from bad faith efforts.
A tool for political inclusion may simply be a way to stoke division.