Animal testing is controversial, and it's because of questions ranging from consent to suffering to the 'greater good.'
Self-care is crucial, but is it overly commodified?
Bothsidesism means acknowledging that moral equivalence is dangerous: just because there are two sides of an issue doesn't mean they're ethically equal.
Is breaking your New Year's resolution the same as breaking a promise? Philosophers might give us an answer.
Opinion: The GoFundMe campaign supporting the building of the proposed border wall has some fundamental philosophical problems.
Why do we argue with family over the holidays, and how can we start to bridge the gap?
In times of emergency, it's often hard for families to decide what to do with their pets. What should be our moral obligations towards our domesticated animals?
Humans have been modifying the natural world for millennia. But what is right -- the way the world was, or what we change it to be?
Skepticism can be healthy, but it can also be misplaced. President Trump seems to use the tactic at the wrong times.
Why does hypocrisy feel so much worse than other moral wrongs? And what part is it playing in the Pennsylvania Sex Abuse Scandal?