Rae Langton and Richard Holton on the use of non-human animals.
Constantine Sandis asks, who’s afraid of Wolf-Alice.
Elena Falco on why we’re better off putting our heads together.
Daniel R. DeNicola on how we keep ourselves in the dark.
Jason N. Blum argues that transcendent moralities diminish the value of human beings.
Is drinking alone morally problematic?
Robert Lockie fires a few rounds at the Philistines.
John Corvino argues that the debate is settled, and settled rightly.
Douglas Walton and Fabrizio Macagno argue that what marriage means depends on who has the power to define it.
Phil Hutchinson and Rupert Read consider the nuclear option.
Alan Haworth on the limits to free speech.
Annabelle Lever asks, what should we do when values conflict?