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?
Philosophical theories of Moral Luck allow us to determine how blameworthy the actors in the Trump-Russia investigation really are.
Many have argued the Republican tax plan is harmful because it will exacerbate inequality. But why is equality the desirable goal, in the first place?
A wealthy businessman just gifted $75 million to Johns Hopkins' philosophy department. But some philosophers were skeptical of the move.