Nationalist rhetoric and policies are gaining traction, emboldening others to follow suit, and undermining our collective commitment to human rights.
How do the political implications of responses like censure complicate the moral scene? What should be our goal in addressing racism?
How should we balance concerns for legal flexibility and political representation against the enshrinement of minority rights?
Recent circulation of misinformation through media channels highlights a troubling trend regarding belief formation. What does it mean to be a responsible epistemic agent?
Much has been written bemoaning the Electoral College, but the implications of mantras like "one person, one vote," or worries about political representation run much deeper. The NPVIC does nothing to address this.
The campaign to stem the tide of misinformation online is beset by a number of formidable epistemic obstacles. How effective can fact-checking ever really be?
Bladensburg's monument to veterans raises a number of thorny issues concerning the principle of neutrality, freedom of religion, and the foundations of law.
Accusations about one's lack of moral fiber are often thrown around at election time, but when are personal moral failings relevant in determining a candidate's suitability for public office?
Recent government raids on news organizations in Australia prompt discussion of the boundaries of categories like the public interest and national security threats.
What do Elizabeth Warren's proposed policies regarding student debt relief say about responsibility and fairness?