Sometimes giving a person a choice is an act of terrible cruelty
Why vegetarians should be prepared to bend their own rules
The limits of tolerance
Bun or bump?
The revolutionary figure of the beautiful, self-improved soul
Robert J Hartman
Pain leads to empathy and self-preservation: should we make robots ‘feel’ it?
Should a rapist get Viagra or a robber get a cataracts op?
Of money and morals
Is it moral to respect the wishes of the dead, above the living?
Which lives matter most?
Dominic Wilkinson & Keyur Doolabh
Voluntary taxation: a lesson from the Ancient Greeks
Resist or collaborate?
Moral grandstanding: there’s a lot of it about, all of it bad
Justin Tosi & Brandon Warmke
It is sometimes right to fight in an unjust war
When faced with so-called ‘progressive business’, stay skeptical
Christian O Christiansen
Raising good robots
Are human rights anything more than legal conventions?
A nation apologises for wrongdoing: is that a category mistake?
The only line comedy shouldn’t cross is the no-laughter line
Casey Michael Henry
Why bureaucrats matter in the fight to preserve the rule of law
Dishonesty gets easier on the brain the more you do it
Why I am not going to buy a cellphone
There is a moral argument for keeping great apes in zoos
Why upgrading your brain could make you less human
How a hackneyed romantic ideal is used to stigmatise polyamory
Bad things happen for a reason, and other idiocies of theodicy
How Camus and Sartre split up over the question of how to be free
Life-and-death thought experiments are correctly unsolvable
We need a contract for co-parenting, not just for marriage