Review of The Precipice: Existential Risk and the Future of Humanity

Theron Pummer's review of Toby Ord's new book The Precipice: Existential Risk and the Future of Humanity.
August 22, 2020/by Theron Pummer

Ben Sachs tackles animal ethics

In a new series of three videos, Ben Sachs, Director of CEPPA,…
July 17, 2020/by Benjamin Sachs

An open letter to JK Rowling’s blog post on Sex and Gender

Sophie-Grace Chappell recently published this piece on Crooked…
June 17, 2020/by Benjamin Sachs

Uncivil society: how the political has become personal in our everyday lives

Ben Sachs recently published this article in The Conversation…
November 22, 2019/by Benjamin Sachs

The moral mathematics of letting people die

Theron Pummer recently published this piece on the OUPblog in…
October 11, 2019/by Lynn Hynd

BBC World Service programme ‘In the Balance’

Alex Douglas recently appeared on the BBC World Service programme…
April 11, 2019/by Lynn Hynd

What is the most democratic way to solve the Brexit crisis?

Katherine Hawley is one of 'the ten thinkers on Brexit'.  Please…
April 11, 2019/by Lynn Hynd

Why Fear and Anger are Rational Responses to Climate Change

Read this article, 'Why Fear and Anger are Rational Responses…
April 2, 2019/by Lynn Hynd

How high to dream?

Adam Etinson in The Times Literary Supplement on the rise of human rights amid the collapse of socialist ideals.
August 2, 2018/by Theron Pummer

Eight ethical questions about exploring outer space

Ben Sachs in The Conversation.
June 27, 2018/by Theron Pummer

Adam Etinson in Conversation with Legal and Moral Philosophers

About Human Rights, and Other Things, Too.
January 22, 2018/by Lynn Hynd

The ethical significance of ET

Tim Mulgan on how the discovery of extraterrestrial life would change morality.
December 6, 2017/by Theron Pummer
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