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When to Hold Your Friends’ Feet to the Fire

Jordan Myers argues, against Christine Korsgaard, that we shouldn’t always hold our friends morally responsible.
[Issue 161: April/May 2024: Articles]

Philip Pettit & The Birth of Ethics

Peter Stone thinks about a thought experiment about how ethics evolved.
[Issue 160: February/March 2024: Irish Philosophy]

Materialism, Freedom & Ethics

Philip Badger constructs a materialist ethical theory, with the help of John Rawls.
[Issue 159: December 2023 / January 2024: Free Will]

Torture & Ticking Bombs

Edward Hall is sceptical about this infamous ethical example’s usefulness.
[Issue 159: December 2023 / January 2024: Articles]

Does a Just Society Require Just Citizens?

Jimmy Alfonso Licon on moral mediocrity.
[Issue 158: October/November 2023: Articles]

Russell’s Moral Quandary

David Berman holds key oppositions in tension, including concerning morality.
[Issue 158: October/November 2023: Articles]

Hannah Arendt & the Banality of Evil

Georgia Arkell reconsiders Arendt’s explosive report on the trial of Eichmann.
[Issue 158: October/November 2023: Hannah Arendt]

The Banshees of Inisherin

Terri Murray thinks the film perfectly captures the zeitgeist [CONTAINS SPOILERS].
[Issue 158: October/November 2023: Films]

The Best Criticism of Ethical Egoism

Stephen Leach gives you an unbiased reason why you shouldn’t be selfish.
[Issue 157: August/September 2023: Articles]

Can Animal Experimentation Be Justified?

Zaid Shehryar compares two opposing views.
[Issue 157: August/September 2023: Animals]

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