Russell Blackford, on Justin Tosi’s and Brandon Warke’s contribution to the debate over our current environment of public discussion.
Moralising to Impress
Justin Tosi and Brandon Warmke explain the ways of grandstanders.
Winning the Battle, Losing the War
Ryan Jenkins shows how blowback against apparently successful technologies can render them counterproductive.
The Ethics of Social Distancing
Nicholas G. Evans thinks through the tangle of rights and wrongs.
Issue 89 Forum: introduction
New moral problems.
New Moral Questions and Refugees
Should we extend protections to those fleeing Covid-19, asks Mollie Gerver.
Keeping Close to Home
Katherine Furman on communities and contagion.
Issue 88: introduction from the editor
Philosophy has a long and confusing relationship with fiction, music and comedy, and the contributors to this issue’s central essays have unwittingly landed us right in the middle of it. Helen De Cruz takes up philosophy and fiction, arguing that the philosophical blockbuster enables the general public to engage in philosophical thinking very nearly daily. […]
Cakes as Speech and Cakes as Art in Colorado
E.M. Dadlez offers food for thought
Life Doesn’t Begin at Conception
Jean Kazez on when we really arrive on the scene.
In Favour of Atheist Ethics
Jason N. Blum argues that transcendent moralities diminish the value of human beings.
G.E.M. Anscombe: a snapshot
Duncan J. Richter on a philosopher who refused to put up with nonsense.