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.
Why is trusting women such an issue in our public discourse?
Examining the moral case for reducing economic inequality.
In an age of conspiracy theories and alternative facts, Kant's philosophy of reason stands to offer much-needed clarity.
Research has shown that moral behavior can be influenced by environmental "nudges," including those as small as finding a dime in a phone booth.
What a cask of wine has to do with America's contemporary polarization.
When considering how to address the rise of the United States' far right, reflection on the type of hatred at play is needed.
On the unique position that lying holds in contemporary American society.