Rapper Kid Cudi recently went public with his mental health struggles, prompting discussion on the effects that hypermasculine and racialized rap culture can have on mental health.
McDonald's recently rereleased their Szechuan Sauce, but not widely enough to satisfy all fans. The aftermath of extreme customer dissatisfaction offers lessons about the role of nostalgia.
NBC's show explores all manner of philosophical quandary, but focuses especially on the meaning of life and the morality in mortality.
Many of our ideas about 'modesty' and 'purity' are rooted in misogyny, as recent events at the University of Notre Dame help to illustrate.
What can cringe culture tell us about social norms, self-awareness, and moral shaming?
What, if any, obligation does Jay-Z, as a high-profile advocate for social justice and a recognizable brand, have to not condone or distract from the NFL's many public relation problems?
As more allegations of sexual misconduct among Hollywood elite like Louis C.K. continue to appear, how should we approach their artwork?
There are a multitude of pleasures that we might feel bad about engaging in, but not all activities carry the same moral weight. And many are not simply a private affair.
The show examines a host of philosophical issues in utilitarian and feminist terms, and even has something to say about non-ideal theory.
Is there progress regarding sexual politics that can be made by leaning into the male gaze?