Superheroes are the embodiment a host of norms and ideals that say a lot (deliberately or not) about what we think and believe.
Hume cautions us about believing others when their claims are unbelievable.
Does the public have any overriding interest in knowing every sordid detail concerning the lives of the rich and famous?
Can the show maintain its critical edge while offering controversial figures a platform?
Efforts to break with sexist norms can sometimes reinforce the harmful structure they seek to escape.
A piece of conceptual art challenges our traditional understanding of death with an aim of reinvention.
Might we have a moral obligation not to trivialize the suffering of others?
Is there progress regarding sexual politics that can be made by leaning into the male gaze?
What can cringe culture tell us about social norms, self-awareness, and moral shaming?
What can the case of Hilaria Baldwin tell us about cultural appropriation and passing as other?