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?
Should charitable giving be about preventing the most harm or helping your community?
The Incredibles 2 is more than a family blockbuster -- it presents theories of the ethics of law in a clear, understandable way.
When U.S. border polices are examined from a normative ethical perspective, the results point to a need for change.
What will the consequences be of Ukrainian journalist Arkady Babchenko's choice to elude Russian-funded assassins by faking his own death?
Has one of philosophy's most famous thought experiments outlived its usefulness?
The 19th-century socialist calculation debate has surprising relevance today.
A new book answers a contentious question: just how much has the Enlightenment improved the world?