In the wake of the mass murder at a Pittsburgh synagogue, this article explores Secondary Antisemitism as a form of erasure of the struggles of jewish people and its connection to this attack.
Men in power are used to getting their way through tactics like rhetoric.
In the wake of several deaths of public figures, the question of romanticism of the deceased seems to be appearing. Do we as a society treat people better after they die, even if we disagreed with them during their lives?
Growing resistance to antibiotics is dangerous, but the evolutionary processes that cause it might just provide a solution.
Voting used to be a dangerous process, but is it now too controlled?
Border Patrol policies have funneled migrants from Mexico to some of the harshest terrain on the border. Who is morally responsible for their deaths?
The moral quandary of chimpanzee personhood opens up many questions about our views on animal rights and capabilities.
A new book answers a contentious question: just how much has the Enlightenment improved the world?
In 2018, the average American is predicted to eat over 200 pounds of meat. But will changes in the type of meat we eat have an effect on our greater food system?
A future of self-driving cars seems closer than ever. But will our cars be designed to make ethical decisions for us?