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

Adam Etinson in The Stone

Adam Etinson published a short piece in The Stone (the New York Times philosophy forum).
October 2, 2017/by Lynn Hynd

Philanthropist Footballers: The Bigger Picture

Joe Slater invites us to take a broader perspective on footballer Juan Mata's decision to pledge 1% to charity.
August 10, 2017/by Theron Pummer

Effective giving: how the world’s wealthy could help millions more people for free

Theron Pummer argues that billionaires who pledge fortunes to charity must not just give big, but give effectively.
June 14, 2017/by Theron Pummer
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